Choosing the best Kookaburra hockey stick 2015

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There are so many Kookaburra hockey sticks to review, how on earth do you choose the best Kookaburra hockey stick. Long established and respected in the game for making great sticks Kookaburra should form part of any hockey stick review before buying a new stick.

The Kookaburra range of outdoor composite sticks in 2015 .

Choosing the best Kookaburra stick is not so easy, first up you should choose a shape profile that suits you. There are a six different shaft shapes available in 2015 Kookaburra sticks:

Kookaburra ‘Obscene 2’ shaft shape24.5mm curve at 210mm up from the heel

kookaburra l-bow obscene 2

Kookaburra ‘Extreme’ shaft shape – 24.5mm curve at 220mm up from the heel

kookaburra l-bow extreme

Kookaburra ‘Low Bow’ shaft shape – 21.5mm curve at 250mm up from the heel

 

Kookaburra ‘iBow’ shaft shape – 24.5mm curve at 275mm up from the heel

Kookaburra ibow shape

Kookaburra ‘MBow 1’ shaft shape – 21mm curve at 300mm up from the heel

kookaburra mbow 1

Kookaburra ‘MBow 2’ shaft shape – 24.5mm curve at 380mm up from the heel

kookaburra mbow 2

Not all shapes are available in all models so check reviews carefully.

Kookaburra composite sticks vary significantly right across the range with the mix of materials and these are simply described as they are so we won’t break that down for you, you need to check each review and use our hockey stick comparison tool.

Next you need to choose a stick to review from one of the range choices. There are five main groups of composite outdoor hockey sticks from Kookaburra this year. Each stick fits in to one of these sections:

Kookaburra TEAM hockey stick reviews – Top of the range sticks from Kookaburra are called “Team” hockey sticks. These are top of the range because they have the highest carbon content and include the best technology.

Kookaburra L-BOW hockey stick reviews – A set of sticks grouped together by the fact they feature the Kookaburra L-Bow shaft (either Obscene 2 or Extreme).

  • Kookaburra FUSE reviewObscene 2 shape / 85% carbon, 15% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, KCF, SFR, RE
  • Kookaburra STINGER reviewExtreme shape / 75% carbon, 25% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, RE, SFR, Skill Zone
  • Kookaburra CHILL review – Low bow shape / 35% carbon, 65% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, RE, SFR
  • Kookaburra VIPER review – Low bow shape / 30% carbon, 70% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, SFR (available in 2 colours)

Kookaburra M-BOW hockey stick reviews – Kookaburra Mbow sticks have curves higher in the shaft, currently available in two positions.

  • Kookaburra REBUKE reviewMbow 2 shape / 80% carbon, 20% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, PC2, PE, RE, SFR, KCF
  • Kookaburra VIBE review – MBow 1 shape / 70% carbon, 30% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, SFR, RE
  • Kookaburra MIDNIGHT reviewMBow 2 shape / 50% carbon, 50% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, Skillzone, PE, RE, SFR
  • Kookaburra COMBUST review – MBow 1 shape / 35% carbon, 65% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, SFR
  • Kookaburra STROBE review – Mbow 2 shape / 25% carbon, 75% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, PE, Skill Zone
  • Kookaburra WHITE NOISE review – Mbow 1 shape / 20% carbon, 80% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, PE, Skill Zone
  • Kookaburra ILLUSION review – Mbow 1 shape / 10% carbon, 90% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, FC
  • Kookaburra ENERGY review – Mbow 1 shape / 10% carbon, 90% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, FC

Kookaburra I-BOW hockey stick reviews – Some where in between low and high up the shaft, Kookaburra i-bow sticks have a more curved shaft shape.

  • Kookaburra INSTINCT reviewiBow shape / 85% carbon, 15% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, RE, KCF, SFR, KVR
  • Kookaburra INVOKE review – iBow shape / 85% carbon, 15% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, RE, SFR, KVR

Kookaburra ULTRALITE hockey stick reviews – As the name suggests the Kookaburra ULTRALITE sticks are very light, one of the lightest hockey sticks on the market. Available as two high carbon content sticks to make light powerful:

  • Kookaburra XENON reviewLbow shape / 95% carbon, 5% fibreglass / Technology: Triple core, FC, Nano, RE, KCF, SFR, Soft Touch, Ultra Lite
  • Kookaburra LITHIUM reviewMBow 2 shape / 95% carbon, 5% fibreglass / Technology: Triple core, FC, Nano, PE, RE, KCF, SFR, Soft Touch, UltraLite

Kookaburra STREET hockey stick reviews – Street is for the cool kids on the block, these Kookaburra sticks are varying specification with super cool designs:

  • Kookaburra APOCALYPSE review – Low bow shape / 40% carbon, 60% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, SFR
  • Kookaburra RENEGADE review – Mbow 1 shape / 45% carbon, 55% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core, SFR
  • Kookaburra ART review – Mbow 1 shape / 20% carbon, 80% fibreglass / Technology: Dual core

To be absolutely fair to Kookaburra we have over simplified the range here to fit the 23 hockey sticks in the 2015 range in to this post.

You must really understand more about Kookaburra hockey stick technology to form a complete overview of each sticks capabilities. So check out that post too or move on to a stick specific review.

We also have other range overviews for you to read, check them out by clicking the links below:

adidas 2015 hockey stick range overview

Malik 2015 hockey stick range overview