Which stick is right for me?

Whatever your style, whatever your game, there is a Grays Hockey stick for you.

Our KN sticks are designed for fast-paced, 3D styles of play with excellent pickup. Our GR sticks with a more traditional composition offer great all-round performance. New to the sport? Then our GX sticks are ideal for learning the core skills of the game such as passing and control.

We know it can be tricky to pick a stick. What shape, composition or price point? That's why we've created this handy page to help you make the right choice for 2020.

KN Range

KN Range

Sticks in the KN range feature Kinetic Core Technology at the epicentre of each stick, which allows a complete redistribution of weight, creating a light and nimble pickup.

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GR Range

GR Range

Graphene is exceptionally strong and light, and has been precisely combined with the highly successful GX composition to forge the GR technology.

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GX Range

GX Range

Iconic technology combining performance, durability and  playability. The precise material makeup has been carefully engineered to provide a stick which will suit players of all styles.

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How much should I spend on my stick?

Grays cater for all levels and abilities of player. Prices vary according to the materials used in manufacture and the technologies mentioned above. International players use sticks from £200 upwards. See what Helen Richardson-Walsh has to say about the materials in Grays hockey sticks and the numbering system…

Stick Shapes

Our shapes can be split into two categories, low bow and medium bow. Low bow models are designed for drag-flicking, aerials and 3D skills. Medium bows are tailored more towards the core skills of the game.

PCS System

Defining a stick by its performance properties (PCS) makes it easier for players to select a stick to match their game.

Explore Composite Sticks

"They are without doubt the best sticks around."

Alan Sothern - Ireland Hockey

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