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Best seller Adidas DF24 (2018/19)
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Adidas DF24 2018 Hockey Stick Review The Adidas DF24 is a formidable hockey stick for the high performing player – especially drag flickers. The concentrated groove on ...
£149.99
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Power
9
Ease of skills
9
Design
9.5
Value for money
8.5
PROS:
  • Formidable dragflicking stick
  • Extreme low bow for 3D skills
  • Oval handle for improved handling
  • Huge amounts of power from 90% carbon
CONS:
  • Targeted at drag flickers, so not suitable for non-drag flickers
  • Not suitable for beginners
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Best seller Adidas FTX24 (2018/19)
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Adidas FTX24 2018 Hockey Stick Review The Adidas FTX24 is a formidable hockey stick for the high performing player. The extreme low bow enables you to perform 3D skills ...
£137.97
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Power
9
Ease of skills
9
Design
9.5
Value for money
8.5
PROS:
  • Exceptional striker's stick
  • Extreme low bow for 3D skills
  • Huge amounts of power from 90% carbon
  • Carbon plate helps to reinforce the stick, enabling a much stiffer feel
CONS:
  • Not suitable for beginners
  • No groove, so not suitable for dragflickers
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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 ...
£216.37
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Best deal at: allrounderhockey.com
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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Grays GR7000 ProBow (2018/19)
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Grays GR7000 ProBow Xtreme Hockey Stick Review The Grays GR 7000 offers all of the durability and playability of GX technology but the inclusion of Graphene in the ...
£119.99
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Best deal at: morrant.com
Power
7.5
Ease of skills
8.5
Design
9
Value for money
9
PROS:
  • Fantastic stick with the iconic Grays grooved ProBow mould
  • Exteme Low Bow makes it easy to perform advanced skills
  • A raft of technological advancements
  • Low vibrations
CONS:
  • Grooved, so not ideal for non-dragflickers
  • Extreme low bow, so not ideal for defensive players
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Grays KN12000 ProBow Xtreme (2018/19)
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Grays KN12000 ProBow Xtreme Hockey Stick Review The Grays KN12000 Probow Xtreme hockey stick is the top of the Kinetic range offering premium features and maximum power. ...
£239.99
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Best deal at: hockeyfactoryshop.co.uk
Power
7.5
Ease of skills
8.5
Design
9
Value for money
9
PROS:
  • A high carbon percentage stick with the iconic Grays grooved ProBow mould
  • Exteme Low Bow makes it easy to perform advanced skills
  • A raft of technological advancements
  • Low vibrations
CONS:
  • Grooved, so not ideal for non-dragflickers
  • Extreme low bow, so not ideal for defensive players
  • Very expensive
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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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Gryphon Tour DII (Deuce II) (2018/19)
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Gryphon Tour DII (Deuce II) Hockey Stick Review The Gryphon Tour Range is back including the Tour Deuce II. This is the best hockey stick for players who want to use 3D ...
£129.00
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Best deal at: hockeyfactoryshop.co.uk
Power
10
Ease of skills
9.5
Design
6.5
Value for money
7
PROS:
  • Extremely stiff and powerful stick
  • Extreme low bow makes skills easier to execute
  • Reduced vibrations through the use of unique Kraibon material
  • Best hockey stick for the advanced attacking player
CONS:
  • No groove, so not ideal for dragflickers
  • Stick design could be improved as it’s a little one dimensional
  • Extreme Low Bow, not suitable for beginners / intermediates
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- 55% TK Total One 1.2 Illuminate (2018/19)
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TK Total One 1.2 Illuminate Hockey Stick Review An exceptional stick which is perfect for drag flicks and has a good amount of power. Slightly on the expensive side, so ...
£280.00 £126.00
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Power
8.5
Ease of skills
9.5
Design
8
Value
6
PROS:
  • High level of carbon can provide great power
  • Extreme low bow can make it easy for skills
  • Groove helps with dragflicking
CONS:
  • At an RRP of £280, the stick is very expensive
  • If prices reduces, then could be a good stick to get
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