My son Max loves his new infinity stick. He’s says it much lighter then the Bauer protigy stick he had before.
2017-04-21 19:48:29 UTC
Todd Weeks said:
Full season into it
Well, it's been a entire season with Infinity sticks now in the books. I have to say they have been as impressive in regards to stick play and durability as expected, if not more so. My son is a 08 so when he showed up with these sticks during goalie lessons and practice other goalies wanted to try them because they have either not heard of Infinity, or have not had the opportunity to try them. Surfice to say that during the season other goalies my son knows now have their own Infinity sticks. Thanks to such a phenomenal product, his Club will be putting together a order so goalies and their parents can get their own personalized sticks (a nice nod to a professional look) while saving a substantial amount of money ( 1 composite stick cost will be almost the same as a 3-pack of Infinity) yet not sacrificing any measure of quality.
If you are taking the time to read these reviews (I've left two) and are still thinking about getting one, just do it. I would highly reccomend getting the 3 or 6 pack. Take the time to review the measurements on this website to ensure a proper fit. These Jr sticks are near identical in size to a Warrior 21.
2016-11-15 16:54:07 UTC
Joe Tupper said:
Great stick! Great price!
My son loves his new Infinity stick. The sizing is just right for a Jr. Goalie. This has improved his game. The proportions and weight are perfect.
2016-10-07 19:40:16 UTC
Dwayne Shpaiuk said:
Jr Strato review
Great Customer service. Very fast and prompt shipping. As for the stick itself, I was very surprised at the weight of it. Very light. My son had used it now for a couple of weeks and it seems to be standing up good. I had noticed some dings in the blade but still intact. Same on the shaft. The paddle is holding up good too. My only cons would be, I would like to see more reinforcement in the blade. I'll keep you guys updated but for now keep up the good work
Thanks for the feedback Dwayne! We've purposefully left the reinforcements out of the junior model to cut back on stick weight (what we've found to be a high priority with very young goalies) and price. From our experience, most of the younger goalies don't do enough damage for the blade reinforcements to be justified.
That being said, feel free to keep us in the loop during the life of your son's stick as we're always looking to improve!
2016-06-28 04:00:00 UTC
Todd Weeks said:
Infinity vs Warrior Junior size
Really loving the look of this stick. First, the fact my son can have team colors that match his gear makes it awesome visually. Second, Infinitys size 23 is near identical to Warriors 21, Infinity being about a half in longer in overall length. However Infinitys angle of cut at the blocker is more steep allowing a more vice like grip to be had. Most importantly for me though is the heel of the blade is thicker than Warriors, that is where my son starts to wear and split the Warrior stick. The feel like they weigh the same so no worry about weight.