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Lucasi L-EWR or LHE30

Lucasi L-EWR or LHE30

I like the looks of the lucasi L-EWR, but it is not a hybrid. Is it worth the extra money to get the hybrid or to get the traditional and maybe upgrade to the zero flex shaft.

Lucasi L-EWR or LHE30

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  1. rpageMitch Alsup on 12/29/2009 12:55:29 PM

    To a large extent, it really does not mater. A player can "get used to" any stick. To an even larger extent, the beginner can get used to a wider variety of sticks simply because he arrives with fewer preconceived notions as to what a stick should feel like. Secondly, your fisrt stick will get all sorts of knicks and bruises as you develop your knack of avoiding things and situations where knicks and bruises arrive on the shaft and butt. Thus, consider you first stick a complete write off after a couple of years (the shaft at a minimum). Then when its time to buy the second stick, you will be armed with what you want a stick to feel like, how much it should weigh, what kind of tip you like, what chalk to use, and the situational awareness to protect the stick from damage.

    Since you like the looks of the then go for it if it fits your budget. Any stick that is concentric (straight) and you use exclusively works better than any random stick off the wall.

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Lucasi L-EWR or LHE30

  • Title: Lucasi L-EWR or LHE30
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  • Published: 12/27/2009 6:45:03 PM