Best Composite Field Hockey Sticks
The best composite field hockey sticks can be the difference between a good game and an excellent one. Wooden hockey sticks have been known to crack or, better yet, break during practices and games. With composite hockey sticks, the chances of them breaking are slim to none. They are durable and lightweight and make for great hockey sticks.
- Grays GX 9000 Turbo Torque Megabow Composite Field Hockey Stick. This stick feature 100% Hi-Modulus Carbon Graphite. The carbon graphite increases strength and overall power. It is also known in the world of field hockey for having the "Anti-Torque" powerbeam technology. This technology is developed by having a triangular blade design. The triangular blade design maintains balance, gives more power with less effort, and focuses most of its energy on the "hitting" zone.
- STX Carba 100 Composite Field Hockey Stick. With the maximum legal bow height of 24 mm, STX raises the bar with this stick. The bow height gives the player more control as well as power. Its weight is moderate, but its results are spectacular.
- Dita 2010 Terra V20 Composite Outdoor Field Hockey Stick. The J-Shaped head on this stick is one of its best features. It allows for easy drags and flicks. This stick is ideal for defenders and midfielders because of its shear power. Because this stick is considered a high performance stick, it is perfect with assertive styles of play.
- Grays GX9000 Elite Composite Field Hockey Stick. With a medium weight, this field hockey stick is all about balance and agility. Its "Improved Feel Area," also known as, IFA, absorbs the first contact of the ball and helps with softness and comfort. Another great feature is the Triplicate Handle System. It consists of carbon and aramid which are braided together for extraordinary power.