The average hockey stick size for adults is 36.5 inches.
Hockey Sticks Length.
|Player Height||Stick Length|
|5ft – 5ft 4in||36 inch|
|5ft 4in – 6ft 2in||36.5 inch|
|6ft 2in – 6ft 5in||37.5 inch|
|Above 6ft 5in||38 inch|
How do I choose the right 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.
How do you pick a beginner hockey stick?
Rule of thumb: Start with a flex that’s half your body weight and adjust from there. Height: Standing in your stocking feet, toe of the blade on the floor and between your feet, stick parallel to your body, the butt of the shaft should reach your nose — no higher than your brow, for sure, no lower than your chin.
How do you measure a kids hockey stick?
Another way to measure a hockey stick: Hold the stick with your arm straight down by your side and your top hand holding the stick where it would normally be – again, while wearing skates. If the blade of the stick is flat against the ground, the stick is the proper length. If the toe is up, the stick is too long.
How do you measure a hockey stick without skates?
A good way to measure your stick is to stand, without skates in your stocking feet, on a flat surface. Place the toe of your stick on the ground between your feet. Lean the stick straight up-and-down so the handle of the stick touches the tip of your nose.
How tall should you be to use an intermediate hockey stick?
Junior = 46-53 inches. Intermediate = 54 inches. Senior = 56-63 inches.
How long is a senior hockey stick?
Adult (or Senior) sticks are generally in the 60-inch range, Intermediates around five inches shorter, Juniors in the 46- to 54-inch range.