One piece hockey sticks are all the rage these days. Many ice hockey equipment manufacturers are getting in on the action of selling composite hockey sticks, and though Easton pretty much revolutionized the ice hockey sticks that are used by the majority of hockey players today, other companies such as RBK are catching up to Easton and giving them more competition in the hockey stick market than they have ever had before.
RBK hockey sticks are used by some of the biggest super stars in professional ice hockey. Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins is probably the most famous National Hockey League player that uses RBK pro stock hockey sticks. If you ask any of the professional hockey players using one piece composite ice hockey sticks if they would ever go back to using wood or even two piece composite hockey sticks, they are likely to tell you that it would be ridiculous for them to downgrade their hockey sticks which would in turn make their shot less effective during game play.
If you have never tried RBK ice hockey sticks and you have some extra money, you should definitely consider buying one for a few reasons. I have used many different brands of one piece composite hockey sticks, but the RBK hockey sticks that I have used have seemed to be a bit more durable than some of the other brands which will remain nameless. Also, the RBK one piece stick has many different flexes and curves to choose from, just like with any other composite hockey stick brand. If you are used to a certain curve and/or flex in a different stick brand, the chances are that you will be able to find something to your liking with RBK. I also prefer the feel of RBK sticks over the rest of the composite stick brands.
Whatever you prefer in terms of ice hockey sticks is up to you, and it can really be quite difficult to find the perfect stick for your particular style of play. Once you do find the brand of stick and the curve/flex that gives you the best shot, you should try and make sure that you buy that particular stick every time so that you can have that consistent feel. I have found that I definitely prefer the RBK ice hockey stick, have you found what you prefer? If you have not yet found yours, I would recommend that you give RBK a try as soon as possible.