The length of the stick is important. Make sure your stick of choice reaches your hip bone area while holding the stick upright on the ground, against the side your leg. Hockey sticks that are too long or short are uncomfortable to play with. Also make sure the stick's grip is very firm between the hands, better grip means better control of the ball.
Its usually best to ask some Field Hockey players what kind of sticks they like and then maybe go out and try some to see if it suits you.
Sticks are designed differently with many different makes like Grays, Malik, Mercian, TK, Slazenger, Dita, Gryphon and even Adidas now...
If you can go to a hockey outlet and try the sticks before you buy them, then that is the best way to go as buying a hockey stick is like buying Trainers or Clothes, it all depends on how comfortable you feel with it.t depends on what you want. If you want a stick for dribbling then any lightweight stick with a good head will do fine.
If you want one for flicking, aerials and so forth get a stick with curve. The more the better. However the more you have then it can become less good when dribbling.
If you are a big hitter then you want a stick that is strong and durable with a good amount of curve. grays are probily the most durable of all so you might want to go for one of them.
Before you buy your stick know what you want. I strongly recommend going on all the major makers:
When you choose your stick i very strongly recommend you go to barrington sports (just type it in on Google) As when i got my stick that website saved me a fortune!
There are many brands of field hockey sticks but some are given below. STX Carba100 Senior Composite Field Hockey Stick STX C-103 Adult Composite Field Hockey Stick STX 361 Composite Field Hockey Stick Grays GX5000 Composite Field Hockey Stick Or you can find sticks from the link in the related links.
the executioner 1800 is an amazingly good field hockey stick for defense
The left hand is on the top part of the stick for field hockey.
A hockey stick can have bow up to and including 25mm
It is quite simply referred to as a "hockey stick" or a "stick" by most people.
In hockey stick factories.
Use cloth tape to tape your field hockey stick. See related links, below, for more information on caring for your field hockey stick.
a hockey stick! and a hockey puck! gear!
A field hockey stick is a field hockey stick. There is no differentiation between those used on either surface; most stick models can and will be used on both.
Yes, all forms of hockey use a stick.A hockey stick is a piece of equipment used in field hockey, ice hockey or roller hockey to move the ball or puck.
you measure a field hockey stick by putting it next to your side and seeing if it is the height from your feet to your hip
stick and safety
Yes you can get Left Handed Field Hockey Stick,however... unfortunately due to the rules and regulations of The International Field Hockey Federation it would be illegal to play with it at present.
Hokey, field hockey, sideline hockey.
The hockey stick
a hockey stick
The biggest legal bow on a hockey stick you can get! The new hockey rules state that, since 2006, the biggest bow on a hockey stick that is legal is 25mm!!
Because field hockey variants have been played for thousands of years, the first stick used and who used it is not known.
Hockey ball, Hockey stick, shin pads and clothing
Grays and TK
The Australian men's field hockey team is sponsored by the well known hockey stick producer kookaburra.
There have been No recorded incidents which claim to have resulted in decapitation by a field hockey stick. However, you are more likely to just crush their throat and/or wedge the stick into a person's vertebrae.