What Hockey Stick Flex to choose.
How to Choose your Flex, Stick Height, Curve and Handedness
Common questions about choosing a stick
What flex do I select?
Flexes are available from 20-60
To determine the flex for your child all you need to know is your child's weight and height.
Take your child's weight and cut it in half, if they are a newer player you could go with even lower.
For example: a child that weighs 60 pounds would at most need a 30 flex, or if they are new to the sport then a 20 flex would also be appropriate.
When standing upright in skates, your child's new stick should come up somewhere between their chin and their nose - individual preference may vary but this is a general rule of thumb.
See our stick length specs below.
What curve do I select?
P28 - an aggressive toe curve that is great for sniping and getting in close to pull off the fancy moves.
P92- a great overall consistent curve for beginners.
Stick Length Specs
Measured from the top of the shaft to the floor when the blade is standing on its toe with the shaft against a wall.
20 FLEX = 47" IN LENGTH
30 FLEX = 52" IN LENGTH
40 FLEX = 56" IN LENGTH
50 FLEX = 59" IN LENGTH
60 FLEX = 61" IN LENGTH