TPS Response R10 Stick

August 16, 2008 by Tyler  
Filed under Hockey Equipment

TPS Response R10 Stick Review By varying the flex throughout the shaft, the TPS Response R10 PTC (Power Transfer Channel) Hockey Stick is the most revolutionary composite stick ever released by the company.

The response R10 has been designed to offer a more complete loading phase and a balanced flex pattern that extends throughout the entire shaft.

This patented flex design has resulted in livelier shots and quicker reaction. The shaft also features a very long taper that provides a nice feel for the puck when coupled with extra-thin blade.

The Shaft features a concave design, with the lower portion of the shaft receiving a Grip finish. I would suggest that anyone who does not like the “Grip” shafts because they are too sticky for puck control, try out the Response R10. The upper portion of the shaft remains smooth, increasing puck control, while the lower portion adds grip for shooting.

At 425 Grams the Response R10 is a full 5 grams heavier than the CCM U+ Stick as well as the Bauer Vapor XXX Lite and the Warrior Kronik.

Features of The TPS Response R10

  • PTC Power Transfer Channel in blade hozel for a livelier blade & improved puck trajectory
  • Redistributed perimeter material for livelier cross section & impact resistance
  • Thin blade design for improved feel & trajectory on shots
  • Ultra-lite dynamic weighting optimizes balance for lighter “In Motion” feel
  • 100% Carbon construction
  • Variable Flex shaft: 80/105/115 (top/mid/taper)
  • 30 Day Manufacturer’s Warranty

Buy the TPS Response R10 at Hockey Giant.com

Buy The TPS Response R10 at Total Hockey.net

Comments

2 Comments on "TPS Response R10 Stick"

  1. Amy Asaro on Thu, 18th Dec 2008 8:08 pm 

    In Novemeber we bought the rbk 9k for our son. He broke it on thw 29th day, we have been calling the 1-800-644-1677 that is on the stick. Either the mailbox is full and you can’t leave a message or you leave messages, and no one calls you back. What can we do to get this stick replaced? Please respond, really upset!

  2. jim on Wed, 25th Mar 2009 11:05 am 

    try taking the stick back to the store!

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