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Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick

  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick

  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick

Easton Synergy HTX Grip Senior Hockey Stick

Item #: easton-hk-synergy-htx-grip-sr

Availability: In stock

Original Price $259.99

Our Price $149.98

Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick

  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick

  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
  • Easton Synergy HTX Grip Sr. Hockey Stick
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Flex

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Details

Performance:

  • Hypertune technology tunes blade to shaft flex
  • Hypertoe blade construction
  • Tapered shaft design with mid taper kick point
  • Tri-Celi textured shaft

Durability:

  • AirEx blade core
  • Toughened blade toe design
  • Uni-directional carbon balanced shaft design
  • Segmented core design
  • Multi-rib construction
  • Micro-blader process
Player Profile Designed to enhance load, release and shot velocity, also features technology that tailors blade stiffness to shaft flex
Kick Point / Flex Profile Mid-taper kick point
Shaft Construction Uni-directional Carbon Fibers, balanced shaft layup with raised Tri Cell Texture
Shaft Geometry
"Pro-style" shape - Square corners and slightly concave walls
Shaft Coating Grip or Gloss Clear
Shaft Taper Slight, gradual
Blade Core
"Hypertuned™ - blade flex tailored to shaft flex. Hypertoe™ - stiffened toe with softened taper. Multi-rib construction using Micro-bladder process with 70% segmented AirEx foam core design and 30% bladder"
Blade Wrap 3K woven carbon with toughened toe design
Blade Coating Matte finish
Stick Used for Measurement
E3 85 non-grip
*Average Weight (gm) 441
*Average Weight (oz) 15.56
Actual length (in)
60.0

*Stick weights and lengths are determined using like flexes and patterns from each brand (mid curve, round toe, open face).
There can be variances in stick weights within the same model, so we have listed the average from weighing 6 sticks.
Length is measured from top of shaft where the front shaft plane meets the heel.



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Review Breakdown

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25%
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Reviewed by Dave
on March 12, 2017
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Happy

I play 2-3 times a week and have two of the HTX to help the durability of it because the heel does get worn down. The first set I had (of 2) lasted me a solid 6-7 months of consistent playing. Gives a great feel and incredible release. It'd be wonderful if they could figure out the heel issue though because it seems to be happening to everyone. $150 isn't much compared to newer sticks on the market but it's still a lot of coin nonetheless

Reviewed by Howie
on July 24, 2016
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Breaks Easily

Will never buy another Easton hockey stick again in my life. Each one I have bought has broken within 3-4 games and they are not flexible when it comes to the warranty.

Reviewed by noah
on July 24, 2016
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gross

i've used this stick 5 times and the blade is wearing out very quick.

Reviewed by ben
on July 24, 2016
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Htx was good, but not good enough

I used this stick for about 3 months before I started to see a crack growing around the heel area. it soon started to spread up along the heel and eventually it snapped in that exact spot. The htx is a great stick, don't get me wrong. it had a beautiful pop to it when you shot the puck, and created really nice power. it was nice Easton came back with the synergy line but they need to work on the durability.

Reviewed by TJO
on July 24, 2016
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Great stick but weak heel on blade

I play junior a hockey and I used a couple of these sticks and both of the heels on them wore down quite quickly. Other than that it was a great stick to use. But for the money, the heel of the blade should last longer than 4 or 5 games.

Reviewed by Hockey Mom
on July 24, 2016
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Beware

I bought one of these for my son, who plays AAA hockey at the U16 level (so the stick sees use 5 days out of 7). The blade cracked (similar to other reviews here) within a week. We replaced it via warranty through Easton and the new blade cracked within 2 weeks. We're out of warranty replacements now, so that was a lot of money for 3 weeks of use--I don't recommend for anything but light rec hockey.

Reviewed by Dusty McBender
on July 24, 2016
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Big Disappointment

I have been a huge fan of Easton my entire life and have always used their sticks. I loved the old Synergies and knew I needed to have the HTX. I bought it and it was a huge disappointment. Puck feel is horrible and i really don't like what they did with the blade technology. Still a decent stick but i definitely expected more.

Reviewed by Trackers Sniper 82
on July 24, 2016
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Synergy HTX

got the stick a week after it came out because i'm a huge Easton stick fan. the clappers are very nice as well as the wristers and snapshots. But the big downfall is the puck feel. the stick handling is awful. its so hard to feel the puck on the blade but if you're a big shooter i would highly recommend this stick because of the crazy speed and accuracy on all shots

Reviewed by VicWang_91
on July 24, 2016
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Synergy is back!

This stick is unreal, the puck flies off the blade and the hyper toe combined with hyper tune technology, is amazing.

Reviewed by Smitty
on July 24, 2016
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It's just another Easton

I acquired this stick from a junior team I know some guys one so bought 4 from them. I play hockey everyday I'm what people call a rink rat. I used these 4 sticks for a combined month. They are ridiculously brittle. The one thing I did notice though is they all broke on the same spot, on the blade about an inch from the heel of the stick. I think it's just because of how they tried to make the blade but whatever they did it doesn't work. If you have the money to shell out 1500 bucks a month on sticks then by all means go ahead, but if you're a guy toile me that likes to buy a stick maybe every other knots, this is not the stick for you.

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Easton high performance one-piece composite hockey sticks and shafts are covered by a 30-day, limited warranty against manufacture defects only. This is a one-time replacement only. This warranty covers damage/premature breakage caused by manufacture's defect only and is extended with the understanding that hockey is a contact sport which causes stick breakage. Products must be purchased at an authorized Easton retailer. Please see http://www.easton.com/support/warranty-and-returns/hockey-us-warranty/ for complete warranty criteria. BLADES ARE NOT COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY.