Haca Hockey H9 ELB 1

Haca is a brand based out of Ireland, as you can tell from the brand name being the Irish (Gaelic) for Hockey. They were kind enough to send me their H9 stick with is 90% Carbon and features a full low bow, along with a twisted head and dragflicking groove running down the shaft and onto the face. The stick also features a sand blasted face for better grip on the ball and Octagonal handle for better stability when flicking or hitting, along with more control on the sticks rotation when dribbling.Read More →

Hockey 2018 7

What I’ve Seen in Twelve Months of Hockey Over the past year, we have had a lot of hockey mull over. Teams and players have made names for themselves, even causing the FiH and others to rethink a few things – world rankings for example. The Women’s World Cup inRead More →

STX Surgeon 901XT 9

So the lovely people at STX sent me over two of their new range of sticks to try. These two sticks have different bows but they both have high carbon content. The first stick is the Surgeon 901XT which is an extreme low bow weighing in at 541g. The highRead More →

Review: Kipsta FH900 21

Leading on from our general article on Decathlon Hockey, Decathlon promote themselves as being the market leader for sports retail across the globe (read the article here). We managed to get our hands on some of the products on offer by Decathlon’s Hockey Range, called Kipsta. In this first review,Read More →

Review: Tempest DRN Demon 22

This stick has a full legal lowbow, three core channel design and a bright yellow and green paint job. The stick has a composition of 91% carbon, 5% kevlar and 4% glass fibre. It features a touch compound on the face, a twisted toe and a groove channel in the shaft. The one I have for review is an extra light and weighs in at 549g (571g with grip and tape).Read More →