STX Surgeon RX2.2 Hockey Stick Intermediate
Get out of the “square life” with STX’s Surgeon RX2.2 hockey stick. STX designed the RX2.2 as precision instrument for players looking for a stick that can provide great response, feel and stick control with an all new shaft geometry called Puregrip.
Puregrip is a new never before seen shaft geometry that utilizes an ergonomic shape on the underside of the shaft to provide more contact points with the hand. More surface area and contact points translate into better control over the stick. The shaft is composed of a blend of carbon fiber and fiberglass with a spear construction, which means that the shaft extends internally into the heel of the blade. This construction ultimately provides increased puck feel and keeps the stick lightweight. The Surgeon line of sticks also features STX’s Precision Flex Profile, a dual flex profile that either allows for that quick release, or allows the stick to load energy higher up the shaft to add power to your shot.
Making its way back into the Surgeon line is the Quad Core Blade. This blade combines a light and torsionally strong internal design, with a softer face, for responsive control. Four “Quad Core” carbon fiber reinforced bridges run the entire length of the blade to enhance stability. In between the bridges is a dense foam which reduces the overall blade weight and increases puck feel.
As for the blade wrap, STX continued to use 3K carbon fiber to really give the blade an active energy transfer for those quick shots. Finally, the RX2.2 has a high balance point that amplifies the feel and playability of the stick, this high balance point combined with the lightweight blade keeps the RX2.2 feeling both balanced and lightweight in your hands.