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The CCM Crossover ABS Hockey sticks offer great puck feel, but are still durable enough for outdoor surfaces. The Fiberglass/aspen shaft is utilized on the Crossover, which is durable and light. An ABS/wood blade offers a great puck feel, and fiberglass reinforcement adds rigidity to the blade. The CCM Crossover ABS has replaced the Koho Crossover 2260.
Note: The stick is marked as a Thornton curve, but the curve is actually Nugent-Hopkins.
- Shaft Dimensions: Rounded Corners / Straight Sidewalls
- Flex Point: Mid Kick
- Weight: 658 grams (Based on an Ovechkin 85 flex)
- Fiberglass reinforced aspen wood core shaft
- Long lasting glossy finish
- ABS/wood blade with fiberglass
- Great for outdoor surfaces
- Flex: 85
- Length: 60"
Comments: Awesome stick for playing outdoors. I have been playing with it for about six months now and the blade is still in great shape. The Nugent-Hopkins blade gives you great lift on your wristers. All and all I'd say its a good stick for outdoor play it will definately hold up for you
From: Chris, KY
Comments: I got this stick for outdoor concrete surfaces, because CCM offered a similar curve profile (P19) to my reebok P87A which I use for smoother surface rinks. I love the blade on this thing; extremely durable material, and allows for solid slapshots and snap shots. It is heavy; almost feels like a weighted stick compared to a composite. But this is the best outdoor play wood stick I have used so far. Great price too
From: Chadd, Playa Vista, CA
Comments: good cheap stick for street hockey or outdoor roller, but HEAVY. Would not reccomend for indoor or ice. Blade is available as a replacement blade for composite shafts.
From: Gear Executive, Fort Collins, CO
Comments: After finially destroying my u+4 I picked this stick up @ the local sporting goods store as a quick replacement. I've been playing w/ it outdoors on very rough asphault for about a month now, and I absolutely love it. In comparison to the u+4 its a bit lighter, feels more sturdy, is holding up to the abuse of slappers 100% better, and in my opinion is an overall improvement. I still want to try a composite stick w/ the abs blade but would deff buy this stick again.