Right stick means success
Field hockey is an extremely fun game. It is also a great way to stay in shape. Like any athlete, you want to perform at your optimal level. Natural ability is a large part of this. But, natural ability only goes so far. You also need the proper equipment. That is why we want to help you learn, how to choose field hockey sticks.
Indoor or Outdoor?
Unless you play hockey currently, then you might not realize that there is a difference between indoor and outdoor field hockey sticks. The first step in choosing the proper stick is finding ones that are geared for the type of field hockey that you are playing.
Love it? Purchase it
|Grays GX1000 Composite Hockey Sticks||$88.13 - $227.83 |
|Grays/Cranbarry Combi Youth Field Hockey Package||$79.95 - $79.95 |
|Grays Gx2000 Superlite Compsite Indoor Field Hockey Stick||$75.14 - $94.99 |
|TK Trillium Wild Field Hockey Stick||$44.95 - $44.95 |
|STX Surgeon 50 Field Hockey Stick - Size 28, Model: , Sport & Outdoor||$29.99 |
|Grays Surf 500 Field Hockey Stick||$26.75 - $40.34 |
|Grays 18 Grays Mini Stick||$9.99 |
|Harrow Willow Field Hockey Stick||-- |
|BRABO Tribute TC-6.24 Ltd BLACK/PINK Field Hockey Stick 36.5" L||-- |
|STX Field Hockey Stallion 300 Stick||-- |
The length of your sticks is another important consideration. You need to choose sticks that are appropriately sized for your frame. Proper stick length allows you to perform not only basic moves but also the more advanced ones.
Field hockey sticks are available in a range of different weights. They start at 535 grams and go up to 560 grams. Lighter weight sticks are great for executing quick movements with your wrist. Heavier sticks are better for bringing more power to your game. You need to try several different sticks and find a weight that feel the best for you and your playing style.
Achieving the best and most competitive hockey performance you can mean properly choosing your sticks. If you start by choosing sticks that are appropriate for the type of field hockey you are playing, and looking at both length and weight will start you down the path of how to choose the best field hockey sticks.