Graphite sticks are much lighter and they can flex much more.
A wood hockey stick has less whip effect than a graphite stick and will break easier at the heel. A choice between the two is made based on a personal like or dislike by a player. Of course the price may also ome into the choice , as a graphite stick will cost as much as 4 times that of a wood stick.
sticks will be stiffer
Yes there is , the one95 is great , much sterdier than the one90, one95 is my favourite stick ever made
the stiffness of the stick when u flex it
the difference between senior and intermediate hockey sticks is a senior stick is for an older person its more durable and comes in many sizes and flexs when an intermediate hockey stick is for the younger and its easier to use for them and there alreadi short so most of them u don't have 2 cut down.Atleast That's what the guy at pure hockey told me.
There is not much difference in the design of Indoor and Outdoor Hockey sticks, The indoor hockey stick tend to be thinner, generally made of wood and more lightweight as the field of play is smaller and in less need of restriction on playing the ball with the stick, the outdoor hockey sticks tends to be thicker and more ridged to create more resistence thus propelling the ball further.
A newer hockey stick may weigh so less as 395 grams, but it varies through 300-500. The sticks made out of wood are often heavier than the one's made out of composite or graphite.
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.
Nowadays they are mostly graphite composites (like the newer golf shafts). Very flexible but when they break, look out. The wooden hockey sticks were mostly maple
it is best to use a fiberglass one for every turf,field, or surface.
Ice hockey is played on ice, while field hockey is played on a grass surface, the rules in field hockey are kinder than ice hockey, and the sticks vary between versions.