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The Reebok 11K Sickick III hockey sticks are Reebok's most technologically advanced sticks to date. The 11K sticks feature the new patent-pending Dual Matrix Technology and Guided Blade Technology™, the new 11K stick gives players a release so charged up, it could only be a SICKICK.  Reebok has also introduced OptiBalance™ which is a process of strategically positioning graphite at at the top of the shaft to offer an improved balance.

Although, Reebok has concentrated materials at the end of the stick the 11K stick still weighs the same as last years 10K stick.  Meaning the 11K is one of the lightest sticks on the market and extremely well balanced.  The 11K stick Features the Guided Blade Technology™ are small dimples on the blade that guide the pucks trajectory and helps stiffen the blade to increase shot accuracy and power. The SICKICK 3 features different graphite weaves on the forehand and backhand of the stick which offers an improved shot release making the 11K sticks the most powerful stick yet from Reebok.

This particular version of the 11K stick features a sweet smooth matted stick finish.

  • Model Year: 2010
  • Heritage: Reebok 10K Sidekick II
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the advanced to pro level of player
  • Construction: True one-piece
  • Shaft Dimensions: Rounded corners/Straight sidewalls
  • Flex Point: Low Kick
  • Weight: 413 grams (based on P87A curve, 85 flex)

 

  • Construction:
    • Pure fiber construction one-piece construction that eliminates overlapping material in the lower shaft reducing weight and offing more consistency for maximum energy transfer
      • Individual carbon fibers run straight through the shaft into the blade for maximum energy transfer
    • Optibalance™ strategically integrated weight at the top of the shaft improves balance for a live feel
      • The balance point of each stick is optimizing in the manufacturing process by strategically positioning graphite at the top of the shaft
      • Every stick is checked before it leaves the factory to ensure it has unmatched balance point
    • High modulus graphite - The lightest stick from Reebok yet
  • Flex Profile:
    • Dual Matrix Technology offers a spring loading effect at the kick point for a quick and deadly release
      • Two different graphite weaves are used on the forehand and backhand to increase the power and snap during shot release
  • Geometry:
    • Traditional shaft shape 
  • Grip: Griptonite™grip coating offers a slight rubbery feel for increased stick control
  • Blade:
    • Guided Blade Technology™ features dimples on the blade that helps guide the puck trajectory and increase blade stiffness
    • Super light graphite 
    • Foam core for increased vibration dampening
  • Flex: Mid 75, Regular 85, Stiff 100
  • Length: Mid 58", Regular 60", Stiff 60" 
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Comments: Nice balanced twig with good puck feel. Be careful with the flex, it's rated on an overlength shaft. I normally cut 3" to 4" off an 85 flex stick which then equals approx 90. With the overlength shaft I had to cut 7" off so the 85 flex is more like 96 now! The sick plays very stiff (If I had known I would have chosen the 75 flex). Still a great stick from Reebok and good for one timers.
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Comments:Had this stick for 2 weeks and loving it so far. Very lightweight as you would expect, and well balanced. Got the non-grip version which has a nice matt finish so it doesn't blind people with reflections of the light. Stick does have a noticebly stiffer headpeice, which takes a bit of getting used to but now im very glad that it does as you can really feel where the puck is on the stick without looking down. Also I've noticed my passing and shots have been really crisp and accurate. They aren't kidding about the low kickpoint, there is a big improvement in my slapshot now, I never really take big slappers from the point or anything, more like a quick shot with only half a backswing, but the thing just launches the puck to the top crossbar twice in a row the first time I used it, it took all my willpower not to go straight home and order a second one as a spare. It does have the raised up little dimples on the head...but to be honest..when you put stick tape over it I don't think it does that much. Got the Hedman curve and very happy with it, nice closed face so your shots and passes stay low, but ultimately this is a matter of preference of course. Will be buying more of these in the future thats for sure..OK guys thanks for reading, keep it cool out there on the rink
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