I can't name the makes because there is so many
but smaller one's are better for beginners that's what
my Field Hockey coach said
and the more you improve the taller your hockey stick gets
but it depends on your height too
glad i could help
the executioner 1800 is an amazingly good field hockey stick for defense
stick and safety
While 'good' is a matter of opinion, they are sturdy and dependable sticks which are good for beginners.
kookaburra delux 3
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!
personally i use a mercian stick (and love it) , but Dita and grays are really good also :)
the combat 45 caliber. On hockeymonkey it is 99
Whichever stick you believe works best for you. Try a few out; no stick or even a general description will suit even a majority of players.
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! :)
Firstly, field hockey uses a ball not a puck. Secondly, no, use of the back of the stick is against the rules; however use of the edge in some situations is perfectly legal and even acknowledged as good play.
A good one