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Best value Adidas LX24 – Compo 1 (2018/19)
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Adidas LX24 Compo 1 Hockey Stick Review The Adidas LX24 Compo 1 is a great mid-range hockey stick. It's combination of 70% carbon, mid-bow mould and dualrod technology ...
£59.39
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Power
8
Ease for skills
7
Design
8
Value for money
10
PROS:
  • Dual Rod tech reduces vibration
  • Very good value for money
  • Great allrounder
  • Easy to pick up and play with
CONS:
  • Lower carbon % than other sticks, reducing power
  • Colour scheme, depending on preference
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Editor choice Grays GR11000 Probow Xtreme (2018/19)
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Grays GR11000 Probow Extreme Hockey Stick Review The low bow design puts it at the middle of the bow angles, making it a fairly versatile stick. The vibrations are ...
£180.00
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Power
9
Ease for skills
10
Value
9.5
Design
9
PROS:
  • Stiff stick
  • Easy to do advanced skills like 3D and aerials
  • Good transfer of power from stick to ball
  • Great looking stick
  • Low vibrations
CONS:
  • Not suitable for beginners
  • Stiffness could take a while to get used to
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Best seller Grays KN10 ProBow Xtreme (2019/20)
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Grays KN10 ProBow Xtreme (2019/20) Grays KN10 ProBow Xtreme (2019/20) The Grays KN10 Probow Xtreme is an extremely powerful stick, suited for the advanced hockey ...
£300.95
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Power
10
Ease of skills
9
Design
7.5
Value for money
7
PROS:
  • A great stick for playmakers and midfielders
  • Versatile and flexible
  • Great for quick hands
  • Huge amounts of power
  • Contoured face for dragflicks
CONS:
  • Only really suited to the advanced hockey player
  • Extremely expensive RRP
  • There are cheaper alternatives which would be better value for money
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- 60% Gryphon Taboo Blue Steel Pro (2018/19)
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Gryphon Taboo Blue Steel Pro Hockey Stick Review The low bow design puts it at the middle of the bow angles, making it a fairly versatile stick. The vibrations are ...
£260.00 £104.00
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Best deal at: hockeyfactoryshop.co.uk
Power
6
Ease of skills
8.5
Design
5.5
Value for money
6
PROS:
  • Low vibrations
CONS:
  • Lacks power in comparison to competitors
  • Very high RRP for a mid range stick
  • Narrow sweet spot
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Best seller Ritual Origin Velocity 75 Hockey Stick Review (2018/19)
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Ritual Origin Velocity 75 Hockey Stick Review (2018/19) Ritual Origin Velocity 75 (2018/19) The Ritual Origin Velocity 75 hockey stick is a dynamic and versatile ...
£195.00
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Power
7.5
Ease of skills
8
Design
9
Value for money
8
PROS:
  • A great stick for playmakers and midfielders
  • Extremely versatile and flexible
  • Perfect for conducting quick skills
  • Technological advancements improve stick versatility
  • 75% carbon is a great blend of power and flexibility
CONS:
  • Not grooved, so not great for non-dragflickers
  • Low bow means it's not too extreme
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Young Ones ADB 70 (2018/19)
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Young Ones ADB 70 Composite Hockey Stick Review It's one of the best hockey sticks for midfielders and defenders who want to do the basics really well, and get the extra ...
£142.10
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Power
6.5
Ease of skills
5
Design
8
Value for money
7
PROS:
  • Nicely designed stick, but blue is quite dark (darker than actual pictures)
  • Good soft grip which helps to reduce vibrations
CONS:
  • Stick isn't aimed at a type of player, so is quite generic
  • Feels slightly tinny in comparison to other mid-range sticks
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Young Ones YLB90 (2018/19)
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Young Ones YLB90 Hockey Stick Review The Young Ones YLB90 Hockey Stick is the Young Ones flagship dragflicking stick. With a concave groove on the face of the stick and a ...
£209.50
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Power
5
Ease of skills
9.5
Design
8.5
Value for money
9.5
PROS:
  • A great stick for dragflickers
  • Perfect for conducting quick skills in small areas
  • Technological advancements improve stick versatility
  • 90% carbon improves power
CONS:
  • Grooved, so not ideal for non-dragflickers
  • Extreme low bow, so not ideal for defensive players
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