Hockey stick reviews by material composition

One of the main differences between composite hockey sticks is the composition of material used in the manufacture of the stick. The hockey stick materials commonly used are carbon fibre, fibreglass & aramid.

This page of our site groups together the best hockey stick reviews by carbon fibre content as the sticks with higher carbon fibre content are widely regarded as the best, though read our hockey stick review pages carefully as it really depends what you are looking for.

Hockey sticks with 90% or more Carbon Fibre Content

A hockey stick with 90% or more carbon fibre content is designed to be the strongest, most durable hockey stick while maintaining lightness. Here is a link to the hockey stick reviews we have on these top end sticks:

CLICK TO JUMP TO ALL OUT 90% PLUS CARBON STICK REVIEWS AND COMPARISON CHART

 

Review TK P1 Plus Deluxe Late Bow 2015 hockey stick – 95% Carbon / 5% aramid

Review Kookaburra Team Phoenix 2015 hockey stick – 95% Carbon / 5% Fibreglass

Review adidas LX24 Carbon 2015 hockey stick – 90% carbon / 10% other

Review of Grays GX8000 Dynabow 2015 hockey stick – 90% carbon / 5% aramid / 5% other

Review Gryphon Tour Classic Curve 2014 hockey stick – Unknown, must be 90% Carbon

Review Mercian Pro-Line 001 2014 hockey stick – 90% Carbon / 5% Fibreglass / 5% Kevlar

Review adidas V24 Carbon 2015 hockey stick – 90% carbon / 10% other

Review of Kookaburra TEAM Dragon hockey stick – 95% / 5% other

Review of Kookaburra TEAM Origin 2015 hockey stick – 95% carbon / 5% fibreglass

Review ÜBER Dark Wang hockey stick – 90% Carbon / 5% Fibreglass / 5% Kevlar

Review of JDH APX795 standard bow hockey stick – 90% carbon / 10% Kevlar

Review of TK Synergy S1 Plus Deluxe hockey stick – 100% carbon (mostly)

Review of adidas DF24 Carbon 2015 hockey stick – 90% carbon / 10% other

Review of Kookaburra Xenon Ultralight hockey sticks – 95% carbon / 5% fibreglass

Review of Kookaburra Lithium Ultralite hockey stick – 95% carbon / 5% fibreglass

Review of Malik Azur hockey stick – 95% carbon / 5% aramid

Review of Kookaburra Team Ignite 2014 hockey stick – 95% carbon / 5% fibreglass

Review of adidas TX24 Carbon 2015 hockey stick – 90% carbon / 10% other

Review of Grays GX8000 Jumbow 2015 – 90% carbon / 5% aramid / 5% other

Review of Kookaburra TEAM MIDAS 2015 hockey stick – 98% carbon / 2% fibreglass

Review of Grays Nano 9 hockey stick 2015 – 90% Carbon / 10% other

Hockey sticks with over 70% and 90% or less Carbon Fibre Content

CLICK HERE TO GO TO ALL REVIEWS OF STICKS BETWEEN 70% & 90% CARBON

Review of Kookaburra Vortex i-Bow 2012 hockey stick – 85% carbon / 15% fiberglass

Review of Gryphon Taboo Bluesteel Pro 2014 hockey stick – 80% carbon / 15% fibreglass / 5% aramid

Review of Malik HEAT hockey stick – 85% carbon / 10% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Review of Grays GR7000 2014 hockey stick – 85% carbon / 10% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Review of Kookaburra Stinger L-Bow 2015 hockey stick – 75% carbon / 25% fibreglass

Review of Grays GX7000 full range overview – 80% carbon / 10% fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of Grays GX7000 Standard Bow hockey stick – 80% carbon / 10% fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of Kookaburra Instinct 2015 hockey stick – 85% carbon / 5% fibreglass

Review of Grays GX7000 ProBow hockey stick – 80% carbon / 10% fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of Grays GX7000 JumBow hockey stick – 80% carbon / 10% fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of Osaka 3series PTO Midbow – 70% carbon / unlisted – guess 10% aramid and 20% fibreglass

Review of Malik NARANJA hockey stick – 75% carbon / 20% fibreglass / 5% aramid

Review of Malik FRESH UK hockey stick – 75% carbon / 20% fibreglass / 5% aramid

Review of Dita EXA 400 hockey stick – 80% carbon / 20% fibreglass

Hockey sticks with over 50% and 70% or less Carbon Fibre Content

CLICK HERE TO GO TO ALL STICK REVIEWS BETWEEN 50% & 70% CARBON

Review of Gryphon Chrome Atomic Pro II hockey stick – Guess based on spec

Review of Guerilla C70 T3 Shadow hockey stick – 70% carbon / 10% Fibreglass / 10% Kevlar

Review of Ritual Specialist 2 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 25% fiberglass / 5% Kevlar

Review of Mercian Pro-Line 005 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 15% fibreglass / 10% basalt

Review of adidas LX24 Compo 1 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 25% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Review of Mercian 101 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 20% fibreglass / 10% Kevlar

Review of Grays Nano 5 hockey stick – Unknown, probably higher but can’t be sure

Review of adidas DF24 Compo 1 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 25% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Review of TK Synergy S2 2015 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 20% fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of Malik PUNK hockey stick – 60% carbon / 35% fibreglass / 5% aramid

Review of adidas W24 Compo 1 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 25% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Review of adidas V24 Compo 1 hockey stick – 70% carbon / 25% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Review of Gryphon Chrome Diablo Pro 2015 

Hockey sticks with over 30% and 50% or less Carbon Fibre Content

CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL OUR REVIEWS OF STICKS BETWEEN 30% & 50% CARBON

Review of Kookaburra MIDNIGHT field hockey stick – 50% carbon / 50% fibreglass

Review of STX Stallion 300 field hockey stick – 45% carbon / 50% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Review of adidas V24 Compo 2 2014/15 model – 50% carbon / 40% fiberglass / 10% aramid

Review of TK Synergy S4 2014/15 hockey stick – 50% carbon / 40 fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of Malik Cobra Limited Edition hockey stick – 45% carbon / 50% fibreglass / 5% aramid

Review of Grays GX5000 Jumbow 2014 model – 40% carbon / 50% fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of adidas TX24 Compo 2 2015 hockey stick – 50% carbon / 45% fibreglass / 5% aramid

Review of Malik FRESH EU & US stick – 50% carbon / 45% fiberglass / 5% aramid

Hockey sticks with 30% or less Carbon Fibre Content

Review of Dita Terra 20 2015 hockey stick – 30% carbon / 60% fibreglass / 10% aramid

Review of adidas X24 Compo 4 2015 hockey sticks – 20% carbon / 75% fibreglass / 5% aramid

 

And here is a video with some good information about how hockey sticks are made: