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Redhead Tribal Red Junior  £20.00


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The new Redhead Junior hockey sticks have been designed and manufactured to the highest level with smart and impacting graphics.

Sizes 30”-33” are in Super Light with the 34”-36” in Light weights, these are perfect for young players playing at school or club.

With Super Soft Black grip making sure the player has the best feel when both hitting and receiving the ball.

One of the best sticks on the market!

What is a Composite Hockey Stick?

Composite hockey sticks are manufactured using a number of woven fibres which are pre-soaked in resin and then baked in a mould at high temperatures to take on its shape and strength. 
Composite sticks are hollow in nature with a twin tube construction.
Carbon Fibres make the stick stiffer and more expensive, while the Fibreglass is more flexible and cheaper!


Stick Care & Advice

Wooden

·         Make sure that you take care of the head of your stick, any sharp splinters need to be taken off and if needed some stick tape put over the area.

·         Only replace the grip of the stick if it is really damaged, as this was put on in a factory environment and once taken off to replace it with a new one you might have to replace it on a regular basis.

Composite

·         Use stick tape to keep your stick in good condition around the head of the stick.

·         Only replace the grip of the stick if it is really damaged, as this was put on in a factory environment and once taken off to replace it with a new one you might have to replace it on a regular basis.

·         A Chamois Grip is good to put OVER your stick grip.  The Chamois allows your hands to stick to the handle even on wet days.  Ideal to slightly wet the Chamois before you start training or playing.

·         Any small chips or holes which have appeared should be cleaned out and filled using a resin glue then once fry wrapped with stick tape.

·         Some times you will get a Rattle inside your stick.  It is not broken, as a little piece of carbon/glue/resin has come off inside the stick.  This can be sorted out by taking off the end cap, tap the piece out then glue the cap back on.

·         If the cap at the top of the stick starts to move, just remove the top of the grip, take off the cap, then use a strong glue to stick the cap back in place, rap the grip back on and leave for 24hours to dry.

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