|Sher-Wood Blade Pattern Chart|
|Pattern||Curve Depth||Curve Type||
|Lie||Toe Shape||Easton Equivalent|
|DR PP20||0.5"||Heel/Talon||Slightly Open||6.5||Round||Drury|
|IG PP12||0.5"||Mid/Centre||Slightly Open||6.5||Round||Iginla|
|Trouba PP92||0.5"||Mid - Toe/Mi-Pointe||Open||5.0||Round||Sakic/Hall|
|Ryan II PP88||0.5"||Mid/Centre||Open||6.0||Round||E36|
|Stastny PP26||0.5"||Mid - Toe/Mi-Pointe||Open||6.0||Round||Sakic|
Please Note: Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
Sher-wood should give up at making hockey sticks, absolutley awful. I would rather use a broom stick over sher-woooood sticks. Bauer sticks are flat out crap, and way over priced!!!Review by Honest Person (Posted on 5/3/2017)
This stick is unbeatable for the price. Has an awesome feel for the puck and the pop feels amazing. Also an amazing stick for floor hockey. Very lightweight allowing you to make a good play in a tight situation. 100% the best stick I ever used. Very durable, I bought two about a year ago and both are still in very good condition. Would definitely reccomend this stick to any player of any skill level. Also the basic design on the shaft looks very sharp. Sher-Wood all the way.Review by James Barron (Posted on 2/3/2017)
Always been a supporter of Sherwood Sticks. Previously had and enjoyed the T100's but had to try the EK15 when it launched. Lightweight and tough. However the only downside is getting used to using a stick this light. Once your adjusted to it, the handling and shot you can get off is great. Bonus, it is cheaper than Bauer, Reebok, CCM and Easton's top models.Review by AT91 (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Absolutely amazing stick! Price point is a lot cheaper then most in the same calibre, The feel is un-real makes stick handling a breeze i usually use a nexus 1000 but this stick is just in a league of its own for such a lightweight stick they don't seem to have skipped on quality and the stick feels solid.Review by gg (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Great stick. Responds well and loads shots well. But mine broke within a month and a half of getting it but even so I noticed the heel was deteriorating even while taped.Review by Dan the man (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I am a varsity high school hockey player and use the ek15 during games and practices. I love the stick, it feels great while stickhandling and allows me to get shots off quicker than any other stick I have used before (Totalone, X60, T90, N12). THis stick is definetly worth the money and it looks great too! Sher-Wood for life.Review by Bacon (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I played Junior hockey and am going to play in college. I had Previously always used Easton sticks because I felt they had the best pop and feel for me, but this stick performed just as well if not better than the Easton sticks.For the price this is the best stick out there.Review by Hockey12 (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I haven't been playing that long, and I don't have years perfecting my shot under my belt. My first stick was a Nexus 600 which I loved but compared to this it feels like a baseball bat. The EK15 is so light you will think the box is empty. This stick is so easy to load and get shots off with. This is a perfect stick for players who know they have a mediocre shot and want to make it better fast. I was scared it wouldn't be durable due to being so light, but I have used it for a season now and it barely has a scratch. Only thing I would say is to check out how much grip you like, because the grip is EXTREMELY tacky. At first I coul barely slide my glove down it, before I wore it down a little.Review by WillieTaliban (Posted on 7/24/2016)
For it's lightweight it is very durable. The shaft and blade hold up extremely well.Review by Mark Duhan (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Compared the other top end sticks it doesn't compare well.
I'm 5'8" 175lbs 43years old. I play 3 games a week. I don't hate this stick but, compared to the Easton V9E and the Warrior QR1 the shot fells weak. The grip wears very quickly and peels. For some reason it doesn't feel lighter than the V9E which is 40 grams heavier. It must be in the balance. The stick handling feel is a little dull as well. I have not compared this stick to others in it's price range but, I would rather spend a little more and get more stick.
Lightest stick you will probably ever use but I've broken 3 in about 6 months. Good shots but i have never broken so many sticks and you could probably get better durability and shots with not much more weight somewhere else.Review by whatever (Posted on 7/24/2016)
after first use, blade was cracked no problems because of warranty service because its #1 got a stick back eventually but there were no ek15 so they gave me a t120 and it sucks. but anyway since i had to wait so long for the t120 i used the ek15 because it still had a small bit of life left and broke it in half first period of my championship game being the top scorer and not having a carbon fiber replacement we lost Thanks sherwood......Review by geno (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Used it to coach my sons practice tonight. Did some stickhandling and got some shots off. This stick is incredibly light, the lightest I have ever used. You can really feel the puck on the blade. For snap shots, this thing is an absolute rocket launcher! Didn't get too many clappers in, so I cant report on anything there, but for passing and quick snappers, I couldn't be happier. Highly Recommend!Review by Harry (Posted on 7/24/2016)
First off, I've only ever used Sher-woods, and still have a couple 5030s in my closet now. I bought this stick with the curve that I am used to on my other sticks, and I loved the feel of it. It is reliable, and has a good strong wrist shot. Clappers are a little soft off the blade, but I think I'm still using my old lumber-jack swing instead of taking in flex points for consideration/power increase. Speaking of flex, I picked up the Coffey 85, and I'm thinking of getting a 75 on the same curve to get more speed off the release. I have noticed some toe abrasion and chipping from boards and poke checking, and when I received the stick there was a small ding chunked out of the blade, probably from shipping issues. Other than the small chip which has spread a bit, everything else was perfect on the stick and exactly what I was looking for. The light weight is incredible for quick movements, and since I'm not a big pro level player, lightness is a serious consideration.Review by Paddy (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Sher-Wood Hockey and TPS hockey products are built from the finest of materials and craftsmanship so that their performance exceeds the expectations of our customers. Hockey is a physical game and as such all hockey sticks are designed to break if an unreasonable force is applied. In certain cases it may be due to a manufacturing defect. If you feel the breakage of your stick was not caused by normal wear and tear, please refer to the Warranty Policy below to determine the next steps for you.
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