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Grays GX4000 Scoop Elite Composite Field Hockey Stick - Dick's Sporting Goods

Grays GX4000 Scoop Elite Composite Field Hockey Stick

Item Number: 12212915
Price: $149.99
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The Grays® GX4000 Scoop Elite Composite Field Hockey Stick showcases a scoop across the toe to provide greater ball control and cradling while dribbling. The increased aramid mix provides greater shock absorption while maintaining optimum weight-to-balance ratio. Ideal for intermediate to advanced field hockey players.

FEATURES:

  • Bow: 20 mm
  • Toe: Maxi
  • Materials: Aramid, fiberglass, carbon composite blend
  • Intermediate to advanced player's stick
  • Increased aramid mix improves shock absorption
  • Higher amount of fiberglass ensures power and durability
  • Incredible balance and feel
  • Optimum weight-to-balance ratio
  • Scoop contoured toe provides greater ball control and cradling while dribbling
  • Features Traction Duo grip
  • Model: 9063SCOOP
  • Grays


Country of Origin: Imported

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by AMAZING I love this stick, it was an amazing and durable one. I thought it was very shock absorbent and ideal for great, fast, and powerful hits. To be Honest if you are thinking about getting this stick...... GET IT. It is great for all ages, all skill levels, and all players. August 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great stick Love this stick its really great and pretty light. June 15, 2013
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