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Showcase: Hockey
Grays adidas
GX Nano HS Sticks
Featuring ‘Carbon Nano Tube Technology’, this range of composite sticks is
intended to improve consistency and performance, by increasing flexural
strength and torsional stability. Promising improved durability on synthetic Two new junior stick options, the Lime Green
pitches, top of the range is the Nano 9 Megabow, which is made from a and White Monster and the Pink HS10 Spiral, join the line-up for this season,
carbon/aramid Nano construction process. Complete with new weave while a 24mm bow design, the ‘adibow 24’, has been introduced to the
graphics and the company’s Megabow blade profile, the Nano 9 is available company’s top range models. This will also be available as options on the
in Black/Gold. HS1, HS2 and HS3, and will, the company says, provide players with a bow
option, which fits in between the XXTreme 24 and XTreme 24 shapes.
RRP: £200
www.grays-int.co.uk
RRP: Junior £40-£45; Adult £70-230
www.specialistsports.com
TK Hockey Gryphon
Synergy Taboo Blue Steel
Incorporating ‘Nano technology’, TK says the Synergy sticks are lighter yet Gryphon says its Taboo Blue Steel pushes the boundaries in design,
achieve significantly improved performance levels compared to standard performance, feel, materials and cut. Targeted at the elite player, this model
construction models. Featuring striking graphics, there are six models in the is designed as a ‘match stick’ and features the company’s ultra-premium
range alongside new bags, player protection equipment, shoes and composition, made from a composite of carbon, aramide, fibreglass and
goalkeeping equipment. TK On Demand, the company’s bespoke epoxy. The stick is available in lengths of 36.5”, 37.5” and 38.5” and it
teamwear service, comes with a curve of 24.5mm.
is also offering
new ranges. RRP: £245
www.gryphonhockey.co.uk
RRP £100 - £250
www.tkhockey.co.uk
adidas Kookaburra
SRS2 Aztec
The SRS2 hockey shoe has a new look this Following hot on the heels
season, now in orange. Aimed at both club of the Lithium and Demon
and school players, the SRS2 fits into the footwear models, the
middle of the adidas range. Other models latest in the Kookaburra
in this range include the SRS2 Junior, an line-up is the Aztec. The
alternative to the existing Attack Jr. The adistar Light, which the company company says this model
says is used by 10 of the England Men’s World Cup squad, features a gives good cushioning and stability and offers a striking style at value for
breathable panel in the forefoot and three gold stripes for the new season. money. The Aztec is available in sizes 4-6 Junior and 7-13 Senior.
RRP: £30-£110 RRP: £40
www.specialistsports.com www.kookaburra.biz
Dita Grays
XTS Pro Junior Composite GX Dynabow
The new XTS Pro Junior
composite sticks were
originally scheduled to arrive in With a completely new blade profile, the Dynabow range has been designed
the country in July, but because of the for technical skills, extra control and stick handling, and has a ‘precise curve
popularity of the previous Pro Tekk 365, Dita says production was positioned mid blade’ and a more rounded lower handle shape which, the
brought forward and the XTS sticks are now in stock. The XTS 365 is company claims, will help players rotate the stick more freely. Manufactured
designed for kids who are just over five feet tall and looking for better in a carbon, aramid and fibreglass composite, it is available in maxi head
quality. The lightweight 36.5” sticks are designed to have perfect balance shape only and comes in Orange and White.
and feel. New graphics and four commercial colour ways are available.
RRP: £120
RRP: £49.99 www.grays-int.co.uk
www.dita.co.uk
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