Hockey stick reviews by shaft bow

One of the most important features of modern composite field hockey sticks is the shaft bow position and yet it’s one of the most confusing to understand between all the brands.

After deciding on which type of hockey stick bow position is important for your style on the field you’ve then got to pick through each hockey stick brands differing terminology.

We have tried to make it easy for you here by grouping our best hockey stick reviews in to the position of the curve on the stick.

Just for the sake of consistency we have grouped the sticks in to three main positions, though some brands have less and some have more available positions this should help you narrow down your search:

Our site has grown so much we now have a much better way of seeing reviews of sticks by shaft bow, click one of these links to get a much better view:

HIGH BOW (275mm and above) HOCKEY STICK REVIEWS

MID-LOW BOW (225mm to 275mm HOCKEY STICK REVIEWS

EXTRA LOW BOW (less than 225mm) HOCKEY STICK REVIEWS

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Mid bow – These hockey sticks have a bow closer to handle

Gryphon Tour Classic Curve 2014 hockey stick review

STX Stallion 300 2014 field hockey stick review

Malik NARANJA hockey stick review

Kookaburra Vortex i-Bow 2012 hockey stick review

Grays GR7000 2014 standard bow hockey stick review

adidas V24 Compo 2 2015 hockey stick review

Mercian 101 Series 100 2015 hockey stick review

Grays Nano 5 2014 hockey stick review

Grays GX7000 Standard Bow hockey stick review

Malik PUNK hockey stick review

Kookaburra TEAM Dragon review

Malik Cobra Limited Edition hockey stick review

JDH APX795 Standard Bow hockey stick review

Osaka 3series PTO Midbow review

Malik FRESH review 2015 UK, US & Europe versions

adidas V24 Carbon review 2015

Malik Azur review hockey stick

Kookaburra MIDNIGHT review 2015 hockey stick

adidas W24 Compo 1 review 2015 hockey stick

adidas V24 Compo 1 review 2015 model

Kookaburra TEAM MIDAS review 2015 model

Low bow – Hockey sticks with a bow at the bottom, near the head of the stick

Grays GX8000 Dynabow review 2015 hockey stick

TK P1 Plus Deluxe Late Bow 2014/2015 hockey stick review

TK Synergy S2 2015 hockey stick review

Gryphon Chrome Atomic Pro II 2015 hockey stick review

ÜBER Dark Wang hockey stick review

Guerilla C70 T3 Shadow hockey stick review

adidas LX24 Compo 1 2014 hockey stick review

TK S4 Synergy low bow 2014 hockey stick review

Mercian Pro-Line 005 2015 hockey stick review

Mercian Pro-Line 001 2015 hockey stick review

adidas X24 Compo 4 2015 hockey stick review

Kookaburra Xenon Ultralight 2014 review

adidas LX24 Carbon 2015 hockey stick review

Gryphon Chrome Diablo Pro 2015 hockey stick review

Gryphon Taboo Bluesteel Pro 2014 review

Extra low bow – The bow on these sticks is as close as possible to the head

Grays GX7000 Probow 2015 hockey stick review

Grays GX7000 Jumbow 2015 hockey stick review

Kookaburra Stinger L-Bow 2015 hockey stick review

adidas TX24 Carbon review 2015 model hockey stick review

Kookaburra Team Phoenix 2015 hockey stick review

Dita Terra 20 2014 hockey stick review

adidas DF24 Carbon review 2015 model 

TK Synergy S1 Plus Deluxe 2015 review hockey stick

Grays GX5000 Jumbow review 2014 model

Kookaburra Team Ignite review 2014 model

adidas TX24 Compo 2 review 2015 model

Malik HEAT hockey stick review

adidas DF24 Compo 1 review 2015 model

Grays GX8000 Jumbow review 2015 model

Kookaburra Team Origin review 2015 stick

Ritual Specialist 2 review hockey stick

Grays Nano 9 Jumbow review 2015

Dita EXA 400 hockey stick review