My son plays 12u aa hockey, we have been through many sticks over the years high end and low end, over the last two years we have spent well over 1000 dollars on sticks averaging 2-3 per season due to breaks. This year during spring we tried the black out sticks that’s where much cheaper but where supposed to be the same quality, that was not true. His shots where dead and he could not feel the puck on his stick causing him to not keep his head up. He has had the Rogue b stick for 6 weeks now and loves it. There was an immediate improvement when he went from the blackout to the twig , and as a hockey dad I was happy to pay 120.00 instead of 250.00 + for a quality stick I am purchasing another one for his back up. Thank you Twig for your great product. I will recommend this stick
Great stick for a great price
I got this stick for my 2nd year 14u son. Hes had two CCM ribcor trigger 7pro, that he’s broken twice in 5 months. At that price not getting another one. I ordered the Twig Rogue on Tuesday night at midnight and had it by Friday afternoon! My son didn’t want it! But now he LOVES it!! In his first two games of the season he had1 goal and 2assists, and he plays defense. Definitely gonna order a second. Thanks Twig.
Son's Dispatch B E 65 senior stick
This stick compares directly with the CCM ribcor trigger 7 pro. Our son had 2 trigger 6 sticks, 1 trigger 7 pro, & a jetspeed FT2 I think. Broke them all in 1 season. Switched to the dispatch. Such a great value for players that are hard on their sticks in the dirty areas & shots. Warranty has come in very handy on the 1st dispatch B. Son loves the feel, whip, & release of this stick. We've bought 4 of them so far. He also has a Rogue B. Likes that stick too but it's his back up to the Dispatch Bs.
I thought I would order this stick for my son to try and for comparison to the 5 other sticks that he has like the Trigger Pro 7, FT 6 Pro, FT 5 Pro , Hyper Lite 2 , and the Bauer Agent. Totals = $ 2,175.00 Can. Now let’s start with the review of the TWIG for $207.00 Can. - first of all we had to put a 2 inch extension into the stick because the boy stands at 6’4” at 14. In regards to the stick itself from the first couple of shots he took with it during warm up in his AAA practice you can see it actually got more pop from either of his sticks listed above that cost double the price. After practice my son had said to me there will be no reason going forward to spend double the price for any of the sticks listed above because he liked the feel , weight, and the quick release from the new TWIG. I think it’s a win win situation here my son really likes the stick and dad gets to save some money. Great Job TWIG👍