The size of a stick should be 15cm wide
The size of a hockey stick is different for everyone. The general rule of thumb is to make sure the stick comes up to your nose when standing on flat feet, and comes up to your chin when on skates.
depends on your size, but generally, for an adult 36.5"
if your a 8 to 12 year old then get a junior 13 and up then senior stick. cut it were its the length of your chin.
For Hockey sticks you need to measure from you chin when you are wearing skates and from your nose when not wearing them. That will tell you what size stick you will need. It should be in inches. Hope that helps.
Field Hockey Sticks vary in size depending on the height of the person. If you are asking about how long it should be for an individual to play hockey properly... the answer is the stick handle end should come up to about your waist.
yes as long as they are both the same size eg. junior, senior ect.
Field hockey and ice hockey each have quite different regulations as defines their shape, size, dimensions and materials. For more details on each one, see the related questions.
63 inches from heal to shaft 12 1/2 inch lenght blade
It is really the price, today most people buy cheaper wooden sticks off about 5-20 dollars to use for street hockey, but for ice hockey, most people that play buy aluminum sticks that can go from 50-200 dollars depending on the brand and size
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Weight is fairly irrelevant when comes to choosing a stick. If you have to ask what size to use, you are obviously new to the sport and you should be looking for a stick that comes to your waist when you hold it vertically on the ground.
It all depends on your height. The most common size is 35" for women over 5'0" to 5"5'.
Each skate size varies. Up until a size 11 I believe the skate is lighter than the Sr. Stick. Total ones are incredible
thin as a stick is if your wear size 00 or size 0 maybye size 2
A regulation size ice hockey net in 72" by 48".
a hockey rink is bigger
Hockey skates are available in different sizes but the smallest ones generally belong to size 1 (which corresponds to shoe size 2); this size conmes in many brands such as Bauer & Flite Hockey Skates, CCM, Reebok, Nike-Bauer Hockey Skates, Graf Hockey Skates and Mission & Torspo Hockey Skates
dependes on the size and shape of your stick
the smallest hockey skates are size Jr. 1. ------------------------------ The smallest ice hockey skates available are youth size 6. The Bauer Vapor X1.0 and Bauer Supreme One20 are both available in that size.
The hockey captain logo is a "C"