Best Left Handed Field Hockey Sticks
These best left handed field hockey sticks give you all the advantages of regular sticks. Being left handed in field hockey is rough. As far as equipment goes, being left handed is rough. Field hockey is no different; the shape and contour and toe set up on most field hockey sticks is geared towards the right handed player (field equipment rules make it such). Nevertheless, the five best left handed field hockey sticks are listed below.
- CranBarry Eagle. This lightweight composite stick is built for hard and quick attacks. The elongated handle makes pushing easier and puts the field hockey ball in close reach. The handle is grip-wrapped to ensure your hands won’t slip and the toe is fashioned specifically for left handed attacks.
- Zoppo Hurricane LBS. This sleek and dynamic stick provides everything a left-handed player needs to rule the field. Short drop, toe facing is proper and the stock handle is thick and easy to handle. This stick is a defensive nightmare and a great way to throw your weight around.
- OBO Fatboy Composite. This ambidextrous stick takes the concern away from the left handed goalie. Designed for two handed use, the Fatboy is a goalkeeper's weapon. Composite in construction with a fiberglass finish, the Fatboy is a lightweight but very sturdy goalie field hockey stick that the left handed player can easily master.
- Grays GX5000 Composite. Built for the left handed mid-fielder, this lightweight yet durable stick can provide defense as well as quick strike offensive measures. The GX5000 fits nicely in the hand with an elongated pear shape handle to help maneuver the player between attack and defense.
- STX 85/10 V4. This field hockey stick is basic and for general use. Built from composite material and coated with fiberglass for durability and utility the V4 is truly a well rounded field hockey stick by design. The fat toe can be used for ball handling or shooting, making it a great stick for passing as well as providing defensive support.