Ribcor 64K Stick

Equipped with a low kick point, Pop-Matrix technology with a re-engineered taper and the ascent blade, the Ribcor 64K stick delivers the quick release and feel that you've grown to expect from the Ribcor family. 

Specs

  • Kick Point
    Low Kick Point: Easy to load for a quick and surprising release.
  • Construction
    PopMatrix Technology with Re-engineered Taper: The new geometry offers a smooth transition area to maximize bending and efficiently transfer the energy stored.
  • Blade
    Ascent Blade: Optimized stiffness profile that goes from softer in the heel to extra stiff at the toe for a great combination of feel and quick release.
  • Material
    C6 Weave on Blade: Provides great all around stiffness and strength for added durability on the blade.

Flex Chart

With all the different sticks available on the market, it can be hard to choose the right one. Not only are there many models, but curves and flexes can also be a challenge. Picking the right flex is a crucial step. If a player picks a stick that is too soft or too stiff they will not be able to load the stick efficiently. This chart was developed to help guide players, by using two simple criteria, weight and height.

Curves

Connor McDavid

P28 (186-2)

PositionMid / Toe
SizeBig
OpenessOpened
BenefitsGreat for toe drags and hitting top shelf
Flex
  • Int. Flex 65/57”
  • Jr. Flex 40/49”
  • Jr. Flex 50/52”
  • Sr. Flex 75/59”
  • Sr. Flex 85/59”
  • Sr. Flex 95/62”

Sidney Crosby

P29 (203-2)

PositionMid
SizeBig
OpenessOpened
BenefitsAll-in-one. Accurate passing, good control and a hard shot
Flex
  • Int. Flex 65/57”
  • Jr. Flex 40/49”
  • Jr. Flex 50/52”
  • Sr. Flex 75/59”
  • Sr. Flex 85/59”
  • Sr. Flex 95/62”

Zach Parise

P30 (198-1)

PositionMid
SizeMedium
OpenessClosed
BenefitsSlight hook at the toe is great for stickhandling while the closed face provides great control on shots.
Flex
  • Int. Flex 65/57”
  • Jr. Flex 40/49”
  • Jr. Flex 50/52”
  • Sr. Flex 75/59”
  • Sr. Flex 85/59”
  • Sr. Flex 95/62”