Most modern topline sticks are almost entirely graphite or carbon-fibre composite. There are also quite a few low-quality carbon sticks on the market, but generally, they are still of high enough standard to be considered at least average.
In terms of whether they are better than wooden or woodcores, however, it is entirely a matter of personal taste and choice.
While 'good' is a matter of opinion, they are sturdy and dependable sticks which are good for beginners.
no, it just means its shoter than regular sticks. it is just as good as other sticks that arent junior sticks
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 .
tape, a puck and sometimes wax.
stick and safety
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.
The Nike Bauer sticks have good flex for slapshots and ristshots.
It will probably be OK, but if you are a serious field hockey player, you would not use an indoor stick on the turf nor use your turf stick indoors. It is not OK to use an indoor stick outside. When you want to shoot the ball you might break your stick because it is too thin. It is ok cuz there isn't much difference between them.
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! :)
Be really good ;P
kookaburra delux 3
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.