It depends which brand of sticks you have been using in the past. If you have been using reebok i would recommend sticking with reebok. If you have been using the vapor line than stick with that. And the same deal goes. You can always try something new but personally i would stick with what im used to. I have been using an s17 until it broke so now im going to get a s19. But the choice is yours. I used to love vapors but then i switched to easton.
Bauer, Warrior, Mission, Reebok, Easton, Koho, Sherwood, and Montreal.
If you mean companies, then Reebok, Bauer, Easton, CCM, Warrior, TPS, and many other companies produce great hockey sticks.
A number of companies manufacture player helmets, Bauer, Easton, CCM, Reebok, etc.
For my 12th grade science expierament I tested which composite, intermediate hockey stick is the lightest. I tested a Nike Bauer one95, an easton stick'um stealth, a reebok 10k, a CCM U stick, and a Nike Bauer one 90 (this is different from a one95, its a year older. the results showed that the Easton Stealth was the lightest followed by the one95. The reebok 12k came in last.
I Think Bauer reebok Easton r really good brands but it really depends on the curve and the flex of the dtick
easton, Bauer and nike
No- the higher the flex number, the stiffer the stick is. Depending on the maker (Bauer, Easton, reebok) the numbers will vary but still follow the higher the number the stiffer the shaft is.
Easton, Bauer and nike are tied
The best hockey stick is the easton S17, easton SE16, nike Bauer one95,or the nike Bauer XXXX.
This one is tough the answer because it varies by region. However, you have CCM, Koho, Bauer, Nike Bauer, Reebok(RBK), Harrow/Christian, Sherwood, Easton, Mission, Tour, Cooper, VIC, Warrior and I'm sure you can think of more. I would estimate about 15-25 suppliers in the US Canada and Mexico.
hockey players use a variety of sticks from reebok to Bauer to Nike sticks it really depends on the player preference
in my opinion the p92 curve from bauer and this is the same curve as sakic/hall for easton
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
the se 16 and for nike Bauer i am not quite sure
A number of hockey nets have received good reviews. these include: Bauer, Reebok, Nike, Adidas, Eagle Ball, WinnWell, Sherwood, and Canada Street Hockey.
The RBK O-Stick I would say either the Reebok O-stick, or a Nike Bauer. The Reebok O-stick is sued by Pavel Datsyuk and he is one of the best puck handlers in the leauge...so I'd get that one.
I'd say probably Bauer or Reebok . Skip the Reebok roller bags. The wheels spread sideways after a short while and you end up dragging the bag around.
The following companies manufacture hockey pads: Hockeys Future, Kaila Enterprises, Great Skates, Bauer, Christian, Eagle, Easton, Fury, Graf, Innovative, Sande, Montreal.
Hockey helmets come in a variety of sizes which also contributes to the overall price. The Easton Stealth S17 hockey helmet is an overall acceptable piece of equipment with a low price of $35.00 in comparison to the Bauer 7500 which sells for about $100.00
Bauer Hockey was created in 1999.
First, the stick is actually called the Easton Stealth S17 and it is currently being discontinued because it isn't durable enough so if you want an easton you should get a the newer version of the S17 (the Easton Stealth S19) or the older S15. If you are lucky, you can find a S17 somewhere on the internet if your willing to take chances. Get a easton stick, i've had both a s15 and a one95 which was way newer and my One95 is already broken when my s15 is still holding up great. Go For An Easton stick