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  1. Has anyone used this product before? I play inline on a painted concrete surface and I go through so many sticks. The damage to the stick is typically from the floor contact where the heel or toe starts splitting apart. It seems like a very interesting product and I'm inclined to give it a try. If anyone has any experience with it, please let me know. http://www.hockeywraparound.com/
  2. Bubble wrap is for cushioning only, it won't protect your stick from being supported unequally on the ends, which is where most failures occur. You are essentially wasting your money buying bubble wrap for this. I'm a packaging engineer, and I've tested and designed packaging materials for sticks, fishing rods, and tons of other odd shaped items. Here's what I would do. Stretch wrap the stick, tape a wooden dowel to it, wrap the whole thing in kraft paper. If UPS and Fedex damage your product during shipping, they can legally not pay you the value of the item if they determine there was an insufficient level of packaging. You can refute the claim by testing the package in a lab. This design would easily pass any testing criteria that is thrown at it. It also takes up minimal space and is probably even cheaper then the bubble wrap.


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