Hockey Stick Length and Flex Sizing Chart
|Youth (6-8)||50 – 80 lbs.||40/45 Flex|
|Junior (7-13)||70 – 110 lbs.||50/55 Flex|
|Intermediate (11-14)||95 – 125 lbs.||60 Flex|
|Intermediate (12-14)||100 – 140 lbs.||65/70 Flex (Light Flex)|
- 1 How do you pick a hockey stick for a child?
- 2 What age is a junior hockey stick for?
- 3 What is the difference between youth and junior hockey sticks?
- 4 How do you size a youth hockey stick?
- 5 How do you size a youth field hockey stick?
- 6 What is the lightest junior hockey stick?
- 7 What is the difference between youth and junior hockey sizes?
- 8 What’s the difference between intermediate and senior hockey sticks?
- 9 How do I choose a hockey stick?
- 10 Is youth or junior smaller?
- 11 Is youth or junior hockey equipment bigger?
- 12 What is difference between youth and junior?
How do you pick a hockey stick for a child?
To measure a child (5 Ft 2” or under) hold the hockey stick at their side and it should be at their hip or belly button. If you cannot decide between two lengths, you should consider your child’s position. On defence, a longer stick is useful to provide a longer reach and to allow the player to drive the ball further.
What age is a junior hockey stick for?
Sticks usually come in four sizes: senior, intermediate, junior and youth. Each size normally reflects a smaller shaft circumference and a softer flex. Senior sticks are usually used by players ages 14 and up; intermediate for ages 10-15; junior for ages 7-12; and youth for players ages 4-8.
What is the difference between youth and junior hockey sticks?
The differences between youth and junior hockey sticks come down to two main factors: the length of the stick and the flex. Overall, youth sticks are made to accommodate shorter and smaller players, while junior sticks accommodate slightly taller and larger players.
How do you size a youth hockey stick?
The most common rule of thumb for sizing your stick is this: When standing in your skates, the end of a stick held with the toe of the blade on the floor should fall between your chin and nose. Players fond of short sticks will have the end of stick at throat height, while long sticks might hit you at the eyebrows.
How do you size a youth field hockey stick?
To measure, you should hold your stick at your side and the top should be 2 inches below your waist. The Dutch method is based on holding the head of the stick in your armpit. The stick should end near the middle of your kneecap. Field hockey sticks’ length varies from 28” to 38”.
What is the lightest junior hockey stick?
Prepare for an all new Supreme. Built on a brand new platform, the Supreme Ultrasonic is our lightest Supreme stick ever. At 390 grams, it’s the same weight as Vapor FlyLite. And it’s been re-engineered for snapshots, not just slapshots.
What is the difference between youth and junior hockey sizes?
Youth hockey skates are for kids aged nine and under. The range will fit kids who wear shoe sizes 1.5 to 13.5. Junior skates are for kids under 13 and will fit boys who wear a 2 to 7 shoe. To figure out the size, choose skates one size smaller than your kid’s shoe size and go three sizes down for most girls.
What’s the difference between intermediate and senior hockey sticks?
Stick Length and Flex An intermediate hockey stick typically is about 54 inches long; a senior hockey stick usually is 56 to 63 inches long. The amount of flex in the stick depends on how much you cut off from the top of the stick. A rule of thumb is that the more you cut off, the stiffer the flex.
How do I choose a hockey stick?
When choosing the right flex, you should consider your weight, playing style, and personal preference. But as a general rule, choose a stick with a flex that’s one-half of your body weight, rounded down. So a 160-pound player should use around a 75 flex stick.
Is youth or junior smaller?
Youth clothing sizes are smaller than Junior sizes and size is listed with even numbers. Junior clothing is listed with odd numbers. For example, a size 8 dress is considered Youth, while a size 9 dress is considered Junior.
Is youth or junior hockey equipment bigger?
Youth and Junior Hockey Equipment Choosing the proper size gear for your hockey player can be tricky business. There are so many pieces of equipment to sift through, and the sizing can be very confusing. The difference between youth and junior hockey sizes is that youth sizes are smaller than junior sizes.
What is difference between youth and junior?
Junior is recommended for age 9-12 and youth is recommended for age 12-14.