What is the correct hockey stick length?

The height of the hockey stick on the skates should be no more than the bridge of the nose and at least below the chin.

In order for the hockey stick to be of benefit to the player, it should be flexible (have the right FLEX). It should have a high-quality, hard blade so that the puck does not lose momentum during the shot and the player can aim the same for each shot, and at the same time, this is the only way the hockey stick will control the puck and not the other way around. For the good development of club technique in young players, I would not recommend the classic GRIP. And of course, every player will play better with a lighter stick than a heavy one.

The most important criterion is the player’s height. If he measures up to 130 cm, JR20 is ideal. If they measure up to 142 cm, then I would recommend JR30. If they measure up to 152 cm, JR40 is ideal. For players up to 159cm we recommend the JR50 with a junior shaft and for players up to 164cm the JR50 INT intermediate.

Flex is the flexibility of the hockey stick. The flexible stick helps the player shoot the puck at a higher speed. The rule is that we should choose a hockey stick that will have a FLEX similar to the player’s weight.

The rule of thumb is that the flex should be similar to the player’s weight. This is also why hockey sticks with increasing flex also have a higher height. We try to hit the hockey sticks so that they don’t have to cut them or only minimally.

Yes, the flex is made to the original length of the hockey stick. If we cut the hockey stick by 5 cm, the hockey stick will be stiffer by about 7 points. So by cutting the JR30 stick by 5cm, we get a stick with a 37 flex.

We have our special coating on the handle of the hockey stick, which does not stick the glove to the stick. This allows the player to easily move the lower hand around the hockey stick, which is very difficult with classic grips, especially for children. At the same time, the surface is not completely slippery, so if the player presses the stick harder during the shot, JR GRIP will help him hold the stick so that it does not spin in his hand

We use 18k carbon, as this type retains its properties the longest. It is the most stable. 3k, 12k and carbon hockey sticks will spring slightly in places they don’t have due to earlier wear.

There are small granules on the blade that make the blade rougher. With this surface, the puck spins more when shooting and recording. And we need that for the speed of the shot and the accuracy of the recordings.

Yes, first of all I have to point out that we only give a guarantee to people who register their hockey stick immediately after purchase on our website, where there is a form for that – “REGISTER YOUR HOCKEY STICK”. You hereby subscribe to this warranty with us. Without logging in or if the customer logs in only when the hockey stick is broken, it is not possible to claim the warranty.

We give a 40-day warranty against the hockey stick being unglued and cracking due to a manufacturing defect. As a rule, any crack on the blade in the longitudinal direction is considered a manufacturing defect.

A composite hockey stick means a hockey stick made of several ingredients. Most of the time, you won’t know how much carbon and how much fiberglass is in it. Fiberglass makes the hockey stick cheaper, but it worsens its properties and increases the weight. When you have a 100% carbon hockey stick, you are sure that there is no other admixture.

Yes, and we have sold more than 3,000 hockey sticks all over Europe.

Yes we have 🙂 Just contact us and ask us how you could get great discount for your club.

It is certainly possible to offer JR HOCKEY hockey sticks in your store. Contact us and we will immediately send you a wholesale price list.