Looking for the best composite hockey sticks on the market? Although numerous companies make composite hockey sticks, they are not all made with equal durability, as many players will attest too. Here are some of the best composite hockey sticks available, based on guidelines of the United States Sports Academy.
Easton Stealth S19 Grip Composite Stick: The Easton Stealth S19 Grip Composite Stick is designed for youths and can be purchased in either a right or left hand orientation. This highly-rated hockey stick features an Iginla 40 flex curvature and stiff elliptical shaft profile for a faster release and improved puck reaction. This hockey stick offers a 30 day manufacturer’s warranty and retails for roughly $90.
Grays GX4000 Scoop Composite Field Hockey Stick: The Grays GX4000 Scoop Composite Field Hockey Stick is offered in both a 37 inch and 36 inch display length and is composed of fiberglass and carbon. This composite hockey stick offers a scooped head, which helps in lifting the opponent’s ball. The Grays GX4000 Scoop Composite Field Hockey Stick retails for roughly $130.
- Adidas HS 1.0 Christopher Zeller Composite Hockey Stick: A favorite of German International Christopher Zeller, the Adidas HS 1.0 Composite Stick offers a sharp design with a comfortable contour grip. The end cap is made of soft rubber to provide vibration dampening. The stick is composed of mainly carbon and a touch of aramid, and has a 24 mm profile. The Adidas HS 1.0 Christopher Zeller Composite Hockey Stick retails for around $200.
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