I use TK field hockey sticks. My indoor is a TK Classic 2.2, and I really like it. For outdoor sticks, I would suggest a Grays, a Kookaburra, or a TK. Grays are great all-around sticks, Kookaburras are great looking and good drivers, and TKs are great offensive sticks. Hope this helps! :)
personally i use a mercian stick (and love it) , but Dita and grays are really good also :)
Field Hockey is played with wooden sticks and a hard ball. The sticks are used to dribble, pass or shoot the ball down the field to the opposing teams goal line. Goal is worth one point and the team who scores the most goals in the allotted time wins the game. Regulation hockey sticks can be used but it's more fun and a tad safer with good old sticks.
Hockey sticks can be found and purchased at large department stores with sporting good sections such as Walmart, Target and Kmart. Dick's Sporting Goods and Modell's are sport themed stores which are likely to also have hockey sticks on hand.
no, it just means its shoter than regular sticks. it is just as good as other sticks that arent junior sticks
The lengths of field hockey sticks vary. Most common is the 37 inch field hockey stick, which is good for anyone 5'2" and over. The lengths are: 32-38" for older players 24-30" for younger (junior) players. Hope this helps! :)
I personally think that Kookaburra sticks are the best... They are solid in tackles and good for both pushing and hitting I currently have the Kookaburra Pacific and it is a legend stick!
tape, a puck and sometimes wax.
the executioner 1800 is an amazingly good field hockey stick for defense
some good quotes for field hcokey are-- *kiss my kilt *if you cant play nice play field hockey *dont you wish you are girlfriend could play field hcokey like me *we arent just chicks with sticks.. we got balls too .
Indoor and Outdoor Field Hockey Sticks differ in thickness, so no it wouldn't be a good idea due to it being thinner than an outdoor stick. Would be better to use an outdoor stick!
stick and safety
The Nike Bauer sticks have good flex for slapshots and ristshots.
You should research the sticks online before buying them. There are several good, strong hockey sticks available online. Also, check Sports Authority and speak with the employees there, They are normally experienced.
probably be fine, but a lot of defenders these days tend to get sticks with a low and big bow, for aerials, as they can suddenly start a suprise attack and also get you out of danger. i recommend the grays gx7000 jumbow as it has the maximum legal bow, and is dead easy to aerial/drag flick with
Millions of Dollars
Different positions and roles on the field require different types of sticks. Some sticks are better for lifting and hitting the ball, while others are best for stopping it. Most players use the "midi" style when developing their game. The "midi" is a good stick for most field activities. The goalie's stick, however, is bent and flattened to provide optimal surface area and stopping power.
Be really good ;P
kookaburra delux 3
Well, it varies from what kind of stick you are buying. Some sticks are around 10$ and some can be 100$. The stick I would recommend is a synergy. They are pretty cheap and are good sticks.
I personally play field hockey on grass but turf is good too overall i say it is better to be played on grass
Anyone can play field hockey. You can become a really good player if you try your hardest to learn the game of field hockey. There are 11 players on the field for one team. Most Middle Schools and High School have field hockey. It is s fast moving sport. If you have not played before you should. It is a really amazing sport! Try It Out!
Get goals and distract the defense.
Hockey "skates" need to have steel blades for ice hockey or urethane [plastic] wheels for roller hockey. The boot part of the skate should have good support for the ankle and be made sturdy enough to protect the foot from the impact of pucks and hockey sticks.