Navigating the Grays hockey stick range 2016

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Grays have an enormous 60 composite hockey sticks in the 2015 / 2016 season range, so read our special blog to help you choose the best for your field hockey game.

First up, choose the best Grays shaft shape, 5 to choose from:

Grays Probow shaft shape – Extra low bow position at 200mm up from the heel with a 24.75mm curve, the Grays Probow is a distinct bow at the bottom of the field hockey stick

Grays Jumbow shaft shape- Extra low bow position at 200mm up from the heel with a 24.75mm curve, the Grays Jumbow has a fuller bow profile from the end-cap to the heel of the field hockey stick with a much more open face to the field hockey stick

Grays Dynabow shaft shape – Low bow position at 250mm up from the heel with a 24.75mm curve, the Grays Dynabow has a fuller bow giving shape right down the length of the stick and a straight head profile

Grays Mid-bow shaft shape – High bow position at 300mm up from the heel with a 24.75mm curve, the Grays Midbow has a fuller bow giving shape right down the length of the stick and a straight head profile

Grays Standard-bow shaft shape – High bow position at 300mm up from the heel with a subtle 20mm curve, the Grays Standardbow is a much straighter feeling shaft

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Next, choose a range, each range has slightly different features which we give highlights of here:

GR Range

Generally regarded the top of the range because of the use of Grays latest material improvement, Graphene. Graphene is one of the latest ways of making carbon fibre, making the strands very very thin and layering more of them in to the composite. This makes them strong, light and powerful.

GX Range

Traditional Grays sticks come from the GX range, field hockey sticks from the GX range feature many different Grays technologies and shaft shapes. Traditional might be the wrong word as the Grays GX hockey sticks are really the flagship range.

Nano Range

Hockey sticks in the Grays Nano range are differentiated by the use of nano technology in the carbon manufacturing process. Prior to Graphene this was highly regarded as the most efficient new way of manufacturing carbon to make it powerful. Still only a year or two old in 2015 these are great sticks.

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Now you need to pick some features and technology. We don’t normally do this but there are so many cool technology features about Grays hockey sticks, and really well explained on there site that we recommend you pop over Grays hockey stick technology page and see what catches your eye, then come back to see which of the field hockey sticks from Grays feature the appropriate technology.

Don’t forget to note which of the Grays head shapes might be most sensible for you too.

Full Grays Hockey stick range

Welcome back, now you know what shape shafts Grays hockeystick has, understand the range titles and have an idea of the technology features in Grays field hockey sticks, you can choose a model.

Because the Grays hockey stick range is so vast we have taken the unusual step of creating an online spreadsheet to put all the main Grays composite field hockey sticks side-by-side including shapes, material composite and features.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE GRAYS RANGE TABLE (COMING REAL SOON)

Once you have chosen the Grays hockey sticks to review, please come back to our review site and us the main hockey stick review page or the links below to read our Grays 2015 hockey stick reviews

Grays GR range reviews

Grays GX range reviews

Grays Nano range reviews

If the hockey stick review you are looking for isn’t here yet, don’t worry, as soon as we track someone down who lets us have a play with any of the above we will get the review online.

You can also hit our main hockey stick review page and use the filter functions to home in on the right stick for you.