Seems to be great but can’t really tell right now as we are in lockdown. Tried once and seems to be great. Can’t wait to get back playing real hockey.
In a direct comparison of Tydan steel vs. Bauer LS5 both my kids hands down prefer Tydan. They play Tier 1 and Juniors and spend a substantial amount of time on the ice. Tydan holds an edge longer, “nick up” less, and reportedly feel firmer and faster on ice. I have had both types of blades sharpened the same amount of times over the course of 2 seasons and the Tydans are simply better, no doubt.
Love the blades. I get a lot more ice time in between sharpening. Thanks
Great steel, very impressed!