Go Hockey

Stick Guide

Stick Size Chart

Check Your Size Below

This is our recommendation only. Some players may prefer a size up or down as this is their personal choice.

Players Height (cm)

Recommended Stick Size:

Bow Information Guide

Standard Bow

Mid-Bow

Low-Bow

Xtreme Bow

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The S-Bow is a STRAIGHTER stick that helps maximize ground control, power and general basics. Normally around a 19mm to 21mm Bow maximising at the 350mm point from the bottom of the stick. The M-Bow is a MEDIUM curve bow that is a good all-round shape that helps with power but also essential skills, helping to provide some lift. Measures around a 22mm to 24mm Bow at the 300mm point from the bottom of the stick. The L-Bow is a LOW curve bow designed to make 3D skills easier such as aerials, passing and drag flicking. Measurements are normally a 24mm bow at the 250mm point from the bottom of the stick. X-Bow is an XTREME bow that is ideal for the serious aerial game. Drag flicking, 3D Skills and aerials couldn’t be easier than with this bow shape. Measures a maximum 24mm Bow at the 200mm point from the bottom of the stick and some are designed with groove shafts.

Standard Bow

S-Bow

The S-Bow is a STRAIGHTER stick that helps maximize ground control, power and general basics. Normally around a 19mm to 21mm Bow maximising at the 350mm point from the bottom of the stick.

Mid-Bow

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The M-Bow is a MEDIUM curve bow that is a good all-round shape that helps with power but also essential skills, helping to provide some lift. Measures around a 22mm to 24mm Bow at the 300mm point from the bottom of the stick.

Low-Bow

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The L-Bow is a LOW curve bow designed to make 3D skills easier such as aerials, passing and drag flicking. Measurements are normally a 24mm bow at the 250mm point from the bottom of the stick.

Xtreme Bow

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X-Bow is an XTREME bow that is ideal for the serious aerial game. Drag flicking, 3D Skills and aerials couldn’t be easier than with this bow shape. Measures a maximum 24mm Bow at the 200mm point from the bottom of the stick and some are designed with groove shafts.

Hook Information Guide

Maxi Head

Semi Hook

Full Hook

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The most common among today’s sticks, the smaller, open head shape means less stick to move around. This allows for faster stick turnover when dribbling and allows for quicker snap shots. The 45° maxi curve allows for more room along the shaft for reverse edge shots. The Semi-Hook bending through at around 35° is a compromise between the Maxi and the Full Hook. It is a slight increase in surface area compared to the maxi allowing for greater ball control, especially on the reverse, as well as providing room for a larger sweet spot to help improve hitting accuracy and power. The Full hook at 25° maximises surface area. Optimising ball control and basic skills especially helping on the reverse, the full hook head also gives room for a larger sweet spot for hitting accuracy and power whilst also acting like a paddle for overhead control.

Maxi Head

Maxi Head

The most common among today’s sticks, the smaller, open head shape means less stick to move around. This allows for faster stick turnover when dribbling and allows for quicker snap shots. The 45° maxi curve allows for more room along the shaft for reverse edge shots.

Semi Hook

Semi Hook

The Semi-Hook bending through at around 35° is a compromise between the Maxi and the Full Hook. It is a slight increase in surface area compared to the maxi allowing for greater ball control, especially on the reverse, as well as providing room for a larger sweet spot to help improve hitting accuracy and power.

Full Hook

Full Hook

The Full hook at 25° maximises surface area. Optimising ball control and basic skills especially helping on the reverse, the full hook head also gives room for a larger sweet spot for hitting accuracy and power whilst also acting like a paddle for overhead control.