The Warrior Covert QRE 60 hockey stick is a great price point pickup for entry-level recreational hockey players. Let’s check out its basic features.
Warrior Covert QRE 60 Hockey Stick Review
This Warrior hockey stick has rounded corners and straight sidewalls so it gives a nice traditional comfortable feel in the hands.
For the construction, this is what they call their shadow-feel one-piece design really cool to see in this opening price point because it does do a great job of providing a lot of responsiveness.
For the materials, they use a blend of carbon fiber and fiberglass that’s nice and durable so going to offer some good overall energy transfer.
As far as the kick point is concerned, this is where we find the super low kick point courtesy of the covert edge taper really cool because this is the same taper design we see in the top line QRE 10. stick. It has a unique geometry design that creates a lightning-quick shot release with very minimal effort.
This is for the players who are looking to get the puck off as quickly as possible and probably those players who like to play a little bit closer in the near-the-goalie.
For the blade construction, they use softcore x foam with the internal reinforcement that runs heel to toe giving some good overall accuracy because it prevents the blade from twisting and then more of that carbon fiberglass into the blade material.
The Warrior Covert QRE 60 hockey stick in the senior 85 flex weighs about 513 grams.
This Warrior hockey stick has a pretty decent balance point but it is an opening price point so that is what you’re gonna expect. We are personally happy to see that they’re still using that edge taper even in this QRE60 because it is going to give one of the quickest and effortless releases at this opening price point. Go ahead and buy it confidently!