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:
Mid bow – These hockey sticks have a bow closer to handle
Malik FRESH review 2015 UK, US & Europe versions
Kookaburra MIDNIGHT review 2015 hockey stick
Low bow – Hockey sticks with a bow at the bottom, near the head of the stick
Extra low bow – The bow on these sticks is as close as possible to the head