The time has come. The Deux set the precedent for what kind of hockey sticks we were bringing to the table. Now it's time to release our new elite-level models, the Rogue and the Dispatch. Check them out before release here.
So, we make pretty awesome hockey sticks as validated by our thousands of users. We figured we should look into other hockey products that annoy us. We found the obvious in hockey equipment bags. Nearly all of them fall apart way to fast: zippers break, stitching comes out, fabric rips, etc. Check out what we did to make hockey player lives a bit better.
How are your sticks so cheap? Are they any good? Why would you sell elite level hockey sticks for that price?
These are all questions we get asked on a regular basis. We're not trying to hide anything. We're simply here working to make more accessible to all. We'll even show you our business model on how we do it!
Whether you started skating recently or have been doing it all your life, one thing is constant; the older you get, the slower you get. You can’t defy science on this one. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to be proactive and stay ahead of the inevitable decay of your body.
Unless you're really in the hockey equipment loop, buying a hockey stick for your child can be a real headache. Are they a junior, youth, or intermediate size? What is flex? How big should it be?
Fortunately for you, we've attempted to make it a bit easier for you to select. So read on to get all the details of our guide.
One of the more painful points of hockey is when your still new looking mitts start getting holes in the palms. Gloves aren't super cheap and they'd still be fine if only the palms were still in tact.
Here is a suggestion we picked up a few years back that's sure to add some life to your gloves and keep some more greenbacks in your bank account.