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stick9

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    Bauer Vapor 1X
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    Warrior QRL, Warrior Alpha AKSE, Warrior Alpha QX pro-stock, Bauer Vapor 1X LE, Bauer Nexus 1N
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    Warrior MSH QRL Pro, Bauer 1X Pro
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    CCM Tacks 710
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    Warrior QREdge
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    Easton C7.0
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    CCM Ultra Tacks
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    CCM Super Tacks
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    Warrior Pro Player

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  1. That's probably their opinion or how they perceive it. Which is far from reality. Back to skates before we get a finger wag.
  2. Depends on context. The insoles themselves are not heat moldable. Can you leave them in during a skate bake, I suppose. I assumed he meant the former.
  3. Completely different and there is nothing budget about them.
  4. No, they are not bakable. You do have some flexibility with which insert you use and where you place it.
  5. They said during their last game against NYI. If include all the OT's, TB has played am additional 6 games. Don't sleep on Dallas. They got size and scoring and a fairly mobile blue-line. They took out Vegas & Colorado.
  6. Hmm, I don't know. With the right tech I think it could actually work, and work well. How is it any different then what True is doing with their custom process? I'm sure the last thing CCM wants is a bunch of pissed off customers and a pile of returns.
  7. It's a pretty easy transition. A bit more agility with better stability.
  8. Yup, and the pricing on the Ribcor line makes it a much easier pill to swallow. I wouldn't say the Ribcor is less of a skate. It's a different skate. If he's happy and comfortable why change...
  9. Yeah, it's a total crapshoot.
  10. Didn't some of the Mako tech make its way into current Bauer skates? The flexible tendon guard on the Supreme, no?
  11. When it's your own kids chirping, you care. LOL
  12. I think you summed it up, they're a house brand. If you want to survive, you need real products that can stand up to the competition. Ask yourself, why am I buying a Sher-Wood....what differentiates it from the other brands? There has to be something more than cost or availability. If that's all you are, a cheaper alternative, you're time will be short lived. I hope I am wrong.
  13. Unfortunately, yes. The problem I see with the Sher-Wood's of the industry are the products they are bringing to market. They're neither compelling nor different and they're pricing is on par with their competition. So why am I buying a Sher-Wood...?
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