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  1. http://modsquadhockey.com/forums/index.php/files/file/188-2015-sher-wood-hockey-catalogue/ Give me a few days to review this - going through inventory week at my stores.
  2. JR Boucicaut

    Sher-Wood EK15 Lineup

    As the LTR candidates are getting their sticks, we decided it'd be a good idea to open this thread for any EK15 discussion. Michael Soule from Sher-Wood (and MSH alum) will be monitoring this thread to answer any questions you may have about the stick.
  3. http://www.modsquadhockey.com/forums/index.php/files/file/170-2014-sher-wood-catalogue/ I'll work on the review in the coming days.
  4. So Sher-Wood's testing suggests that the EK15 is very durable, especially because of its VRF.2 blade core. However, I've read several reviews (including LTRs on this site) that talk about chips and gouges forming in the hosel and blade of the stick. Furthermore, I've seen this happen in person, as my friend's EK15 (he's had it for around 4 months now, playing once a week in beer league) has two big gouges/chips in the carbon weave: one on the blade, and one on the hosel. I'd like to get people's feedback to figure out if this is a real problem, or if it's just a few people that got unlucky with a bad batch or something. So if you own an EK15, please tell us about the current state of the stick (if it isn't broken) or how fast/where it broke (if it's broken). Feedback from retailers is also appreciated.
  5. First of all, a big thanks to SWD for donating the sticks to us for these long term reviews and to JR for coordinating everything with them. I didn't read the other reviews until I had a chance to use the stick for myself as I didn't want their impressions to color mine. I did, however, read them before writing and posting this Since the other guys have everything covered on the picture front, I will skip them and move on to the heart of the matter. Flex - 85 Pattern - P88 For those of you that know me, or have seen my posts over the years, you know that P88 style curves are not really my favorite style. Any issues with the pattern should not be considered a negative of the stick. There were limited options and I went with the least lofted curve available. If the stick hadn't been rattling around in the box, I would have thought it was empty. It is extremely light, mine was 385g on the nose prior to taping up. The stick is a hair shorter than I normally use, but I left it that way to make up for the slightly higher lie of the P88 curve. I didn't seem to have any issues with it in my limited use. Puck feel wasn't an issue for me, but I have never been known as much of a stickhandler. I tend to be a pass or shoot first kind of player and not the kind of guy that usually tries to beat anyone one on one. I could a couple passes and made a couple moves with it and never had a feeling like I was losing the puck. So far, so good. Stick flex seemed very soft to me. The stick flexes, and loads, very easily. Probably even easier to load for me than a Widow. Like that stick, I can see how you could run into problems if you don't let the stick do the work with the lighter flexes. The slingshot effect was very noticeable for me and I found myself just leaning on the stick a little bit in order to load it. This will be an interesting one to spend some time shooting with, it already seems effortless and I have only used it briefly. All of the guys on my team that picked it up were amazed at the weight. If the stick is able to hold up to any reasonable level of use, this thing could become incredibly popular.
  6. IPv6Freely

    Sher-Wood Rekker EK15 Gloves

    Sher-Wood Rekker EK15 Sr. Hockey Gloves Size 13 Black/White/Red Length of use: Approx two months Player profile 5'9" 240lbs, 1 beer league game per week Hand type: small hands and fingers Previous gloves used: Sher-Wood Nexon, Warrior Koncept, Bauer Supreme Fit 9/10 The best way to describe the fit of the EK15 is that they have the palm tightness of a Supreme glove, and the cuff of a Vapor glove. In that way, they are quite similar to the Warrior Koncept gloves I had been wearing. The fit itself is also nearly identical to the Nexon gloves. I found that they were quite stiff when they were brand new, to the point where I had a bit of difficulty gripping my stick well. After sweating in them a bit, it was no issue. And then after a couple games they softened right up and now they are SUPER comfortable. Like the Nexon gloves, the inner edge of index finger and pinky finger are solid pieces of palm material, unlike most gloves that have gusset material on the edges. At first it felt a bit weird to not have the stretch there that I'm used to, but once the gloves broke in a bit it felt perfect. Protection 10/10 These are easily the most protective gloves I've ever worn, period. I actually took a puck in the hand last weekend and barely felt it (wrist shot, I'm sure I would have felt a slap shot!) The plastic inserts are a great addition. Weight 9/10 These are about exactly what you'd expect from a top tier glove. A little heavier than some of the mid-range gloves I've worn in the past, but nowhere near enough to really think about it at all while playing. Durability 10/10 No issues to complain about so far. Very little palm wear at all, and no loose stitching etc. The reinforced palm is fantastic. Intangibles 10/10 I really have no complaints with this glove, which is strange for me. Usually there's always SOMETHING I'm nitpicking about, that makes me continuously looking for a new model. With Warrior discontinuing the Koncept, I'm extremely happy I have the Nexon and EK15 a try. Also, the cool-tech liner is fantastic! Conclusion I will absolutely be buying a pair of these in black/white once they are released. I had been extemely happy with the Nexon gloves I had previously, and these are very similar in fit and feel, but with a few minor tweaks. OVERALL SCORE: 9.5/10
  7. MikeWhy

    Sherwood popularity

    I propose to you guys a question that genuinely sparks my interest that a friend. If sherwood had bauer's consumer base...would they be able to pump out EK15's at a rate that would satisfy customors? They are handmade which is a longer process and it even say on icewarehouse.com that they are "Limited production" which I assume means takes time to make. Could this be the last 385 gram stick we see for a little bit because Sherwood is gaining popularity from this? Give your input.


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