Use cloth tape to tape your Field Hockey stick. See related links, below, for more information on caring for your field hockey stick.
Sports tape for field hockey is generally used to cover up scratch marks, which develop over playing. After you get multiple scratch marks in one place, and look like they can be threatening the usage of your field hockey stick, use the tape then. You can also use it to keep the binding around the top of your field hockey stick from falling off.
you can write your name on or tape it one
First in the "sweet spot" where you should be hitting the ball with your stick consistently, near the toe. This is usually where you will see the most wear on your stick. Also I use electric tape to tape mine on the top and bottom of the grip, to prevent tearing and give the grip a longer life.
In ice hockey you should have a helmet (with a face mask), mouthgard, neck guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey gloves, hockey pants, shingaurds, and skates. You should also have hockey socks, garter belt (or something to hold up your socks), and a hockey jersey. Along with a hockey stick (FYI you should probably tape your stick with hockey tape.) Hope this was helpful to you.
Regulations say you must tape the stick blade at least the width of the puck. and you should tape the butt end of the stick to have better grip.
Hockey stick wax is specialty wax applied to the tape on a blade of a hockey stick. It is used to make your tape last longer and often is sticky to help control the puck better
Yes, Tacki-mac produces a rubber sleeve called a Command Grip that can be used for the upper shaft of your stick instead of hockey tape. They also produce a product called Attack Pad which replaces hockey tape for the blade of your stick.
Because its better for stick handling a better for shooting
Black tape woks better because it hides the puck from the goalie better than white tape.
You use the same tape as would for the blade of your stick. Most sport stoors usually carry tape
Well personally I've seen people tape there sticks for inline hockey< but i think it slows you down. however it keeps your stick from wearing down so it lasts longer
to make the stick look better
Colour doesn't matter. Although most hockey players use white tape. Black tape is much stronger. If you use white tape like I did for 3 years, you should tape your stick after every game (depending if you play contact/rep hockey, or pick up hockey) i perfer the black tape just for the fact it holds up better than white, but white looks better. Also for the blade of the stick black tape has a higher visibility on the ice and therefore it is easier for team mates to pass the puck right onto your blade. For even more visibility some white stripes should be placed on the blade. Some people say white is for defense and black is for forwards, defense uses white so when they poke check its harder to see the stick coming towards the puck since white matches the ice. And Black for passing so forwards can make tape to tape passes easier. Some players also believe that black tape is better because it is more difficult for a goalie to track your shot as it comes off your stick blade.
Make a knob of balled up tape at the top and wrap the tape around the blade of the stick continuously til the blade is covered to your liking.
Yes, if you tape it back together.
To hide the puck, you can use black tape on the blade.
Most likely from hacking. Hacking is when you "hack" your stick into someone else's stick or they "hack" you. The best way to help prevent this is to put a special tape around the hook of the stick to prevent damage.
This is a pro technique (I read it in an interview with Jordan Eberle [from the Edmonton Oilers]): Use a puck to smooth down the tape to get rid of any air bubbles.
Depends on how much you use that stick. If you just play rec hockey once a week then you might get a few games or so with one tape job, depends on how much you shoot or stick handle the puck. But if it gets ripped or starts peeling then change it right away. Also change it if you notice on the bottom of the blade the tape getting worn away.
download tux paint and then open up your browser and in google type in any stick you want to make then use all the tools to copy the design then print it out and cut it out 2x. then get clear hockey tape and on both sides tape the graphics.
Start at the top and work down The edges of the tape will provide friction to stop one's hands slipping down the stick. If you start at the bottom and work up, there will be no resistance to such manual glissando.
Yes, there is no rule against having your whole stick taped or gripped. Bear in mind, though, that your stick must still be able to pass the ring test and must weigh less than 737 grams, WHEN IN THE CONDITION IN WHICH IT WILL BE USED FOR THE GAME.
Regular athletic tape can be used on a lacrosse stick for taping down strings or marking hand positioning. If the lacrosse stick is broken, it cannot be fixed using tape.