Rogue Gino is built on the same performance template as our elite model and geared to light the lamp. Designed for skilled players, it delivers the maximum combination of performance, durability, and value in a stick. Its soft mid-kick section allows smooth loading that, when paired with its stiff taper zone, yields shot power and stability.
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For those looking for the most they can get out of a hockey stick without making the price jump to elite models, Rogue Gino is for you. Pure carbon layering technology with 12k weave delivers increased force to the puck with minimum effort. The shaft features a traditional square shape with concave sidewalls that is paired with our new corner tactile rib texture and is finished with our player-preferred matte-grip coating. The improved, stiff blade features a reinforced edge with dampening technology and a sandpaper finish to maximize durability and puck feel.
Sr. Flex 85 | 60" Shaft
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|Composition||Pure Carbon Fiber One-piece Construction with 12K Twill|
|Shaft Geometry||Traditional Square with Slightly Concave Sidewalls|
|Weight||435 grams +/- 10g (85 Flex)|
|Shaft Finish||Matte Grip with Corner Tactile Rib|
|Length||60 Inch Shaft|
|Blade||Stiff, Lightweight Core with 12K Twill Sandpaper Finish|
Quality for the price
Finally got to use my new Twig and was pretty thrilled. It has quickly replaced my previous favorite stick, Bauer Nexeus 2N. Looking forward to getting one for the wife.
I use this stick last night for first time very lite, nice fell to the stick.
Worth the Upgrade
After realizing that a $250 stick will not make me play like a pro, I accepted my status as a run-of-the-mill beer league hero and relegated myself to using those super cheap discount sticks from the nearest sporting goods store who "sells hockey equipment". It had been a quite a while and in support of friends, and breaking yet another stick...I decided to take a step out and try the new Gino Twig. Skeptical as always, I gave it a shot. Turns out it was 100% worth the extra $$. I can actually feel the puck, almost stick handle (not the sticks fault), and snap one from the slot without having my stick feel like a limp spaghetti noodle that was left in the pot too long. Same curve as my old stick, but totally different feel. I almost feel like a real hockey player now. Flex's where I need it to, responsive, great puck feel, and I can't ask for anything more...well...maybe if it came with a case of beer.
Love these sticks
I have bought a number of these stick and love them. I have a couple of other 300.00 sticks and like Twig better. I play here in the USA and tournaments in Europe and Japan.