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Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick

  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick

  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick

Sher-Wood True Touch T120 Grip Senior Hockey Stick

Item #: sherwood-hk-t120-grip-sr

Availability: In stock

Original Price $219.99

Our Price $139.98

Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick

  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick

  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
  • Sher-Wood T120 Grip Sr. Composite Hockey Stick
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The Winnipeg Jets' upcoming superstar, Jacob Trouba, is the the ambassador of the T120 campaign. Solid, fast and reactive, Jacob represents the heart and soul of the True Touch Line.

The T120 is all about strength and power. Its flexing profile offers more give in the middle of the shaft allowing for more energy and more velocity to be transferred into your shots. Incredibly light weight and perfectly balanced, the T120 weighs only 395 grams and is one of the lightest and most responsive sticks on the market. This stick features our EKORE Technology which is a highly sophisticated manufacturing process where the stick is entirely handcrafted. Also featuring our new VRF.2 Technology foam blade which prevent premature disintegration, this results in increased durability, more powerful shots and a greater, more tangible feel of the puck.

  • Built with light weight and optimal balance
  • Constructed with the handcrafted EKORE Technology
  • Blade is designed with VRF.2 Technology foam to prevent decay and enhance durability
  • Weights: 395 grams

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Review Breakdown

3.3
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33%
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33%
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33%
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11%
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3 Star:
22%
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1 Star:
33%
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Value
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44%
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4 Star:
11%
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3 Star:
11%
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1 Star:
33%
( 3 )
Price
5 Star:
56%
( 5 )
3 Star:
11%
( 1 )
1 Star:
33%
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Reviewed by BJAX
on August 24, 2017
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Pros: Lightweight, Fast

Cons: Uncomfortable

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4.5

Nice stick - feels & plays extremely stiff though.

Bought this stick on sale/clearance. Was drawn to it because of its listed weight (395 grams) & the fact that Sherwood offered the PP05 Lidstrom curve (which I absolutely love). It is a quality light weight/well balanced stick. It definitely feels - & especially plays stiffer then its flex rating though (85 flex....felt like a 95+/100 flex) . That's probably my main criticism of the stick. I am not sure if they're all like this or if this was an isolated incident. I would have purchased another one of these if it weren't for this issue though - (was considering picking up the 75 flex version (to counter my original issue) but was afraid to take the gamble and end up with a stick that was too whippy).

Reviewed by Kevin
on July 26, 2017
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Pros: Lightweight, Fast

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4

Hard to Flex

I bought this stick in a Coffey blade, 85 flex. The stick is really lightweight and feels fast. The stick is very stiff, I've used other 85 flex sticks and this feels far stiffer. I used to use the wooden Sherwood sticks with 95 flex (and cut a couple inches off) and this stick is still much more difficult to flex. I would recommend going down a stiffness from your usual preference.

Reviewed by kurt_kalis@charter.net
on February 5, 2017
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Snapped after 3 uses.

Bummer. Bought for my 16 year old. Kid doesn't use for a while, then finally decides to try it out (it was to be a back-up). He loves it! Unfortunately it snapped after three uses but 40 days after purchase. Check warranty... 30 days. Dang.

Reviewed by Richard
on October 24, 2016
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Broke after a few uses

I play tier 2 u18 and bought 2 sticks. I broke the first one after a month. Then I broke the second one 3 days that.

Reviewed by Stophe
on October 21, 2016
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5

A "must try" twig

What a wicked stick! Ideal for your all around player who wants to do it all. I find it excels in puck handling (it's a dream), pass reception, slapshots, and board play. Reasons; it's way tougher than most sticks, great blade and puck feel, great mid to mid-low flex profile, consistent and remains true over age. Wristers are great as well. I'm using a 75flex coffey curve and the thing is unreal for me. And yes backhands are doable even top shelfing them however you have to exaggerate them making them pretty telegraphed and predictable. But, still a threat. I've tried other sticks but this is always my go to stick. Lightweight, stellar puck handling, and confident feel is what does it for me. Try it!

Reviewed by Shake N Bake
on September 22, 2016
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5

Its Great!

I received mine as a warranty replacement for a broken Rekker EK15. The Rekker is a great overall stick, but I find the T120 to have much better feel and handling of the puck. As a play-maker, this is my go-to stick!

Reviewed by Dr. Dangles
on July 24, 2016
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5

Beauty!

this is the best stick ive ever had its light, looks good, tough, and it feels amazing when stick handling. i got the PP88 curve 75 flex. the PP88 is a clone of the bauer P88.

Reviewed by V
on July 24, 2016
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True Touch, Little Response

I was looking to replace my beloved Dolomite with something similar but the search is still going. This stick has a very similar puck feel, but not much else.

The biggest problem is response. It takes a big effort to make the stick bend and release a strong and accurate slapshot. Wristshots are also rather weak. This is in stark contrast to Warrior QR1 and Bauer APX2 which I tried recently. If you put the right technique into those they will respond with accuracy and speed. They also feel a lot lighter, despite 390g rating on a Sherwood. The Sherwood does absorb the shock way better, if you are tired of elbow pain.

Overall I feel this is ideal for a playmaker, the passes are manageable. But shooting with it...forgettaboutit.

Reviewed by kim
on July 24, 2016
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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.

Sher-Wood Hockey Inc. offers to the original buyer exclusively a limited warranty against manufacturing defects for thirty (30) days from the original retail purchase date when used under normal and customary use in ice hockey play. Sher-Wood will provide a ONE-TIME warranty replacement for Sticks/Shafts/Blades if:

  1. The Stick/Shaft/Blade was purchased at an authorized Sher-Wood Hockey Inc. retailer and a proof of purchase in the form of an original electronic cash register receipt is submitted;
  2. There is no evidence that the hockey Stick/Shaft/Blade has been abused, tampered with, over-heated, altered, defaced, misused, skate-cut, expose to open flame or otherwise damaged through an act of neglect of the consumer;
  3. The hockey stick and/or shaft is returned in its entirety;
  4. Upon inspection by the company, the company determines in its sole discretion that the product breakage was due to a manufacturing defect and not any other reason;
  5. Claim must be submitted within the 30 day warranty period.
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This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear. Wooden sticks, wooden goalie sticks and wooden blades are excluded from this warranty. Sher-Wood reserves the right to repair or substitute a similar product. Sher-Wood may invalidate or change this warranty offer at any time. Professional, Junior and College team sales are excluded from this warranty.

If you qualify for a warranty replacement, please proceed to http://www.sher-wood.com/warranty.php