Kipsta Talea 100 Hockey Stick
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Kipsta Talea 100 Hockey Stick

Kipsta Talea 100 Hockey Stick Specifications

Body Features
Material Wood, Fibreglass
Dimensions
Length 36.5 inch
Weight 180 g
General
Ideal For Senior
Type Hockey Stick
In the Box
Sales Package 1 Stick

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Got a dita c60 for super cheap, and i've been very happy with the results
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I have only returned to playing hockey after 30 years. Can you please advise me on whether to go for a low or mid bow?
Im in 9th grade and ive been playing fh since 5th although i am still on a jv team my old wooden vijianti has started to kinda fall apart and i was wondering if maybe a ritual stick would be fine for my level, i like lifting and 3d skills so i dont necessarily like greys or stx sticks
wrong hockey bud
My height is 5'8 so what stick size will be best for me? I m buying it online, I have played before but I didn't measure the stick size so I have no clue.
JDH 2020 X93 Low Bow and JDH 2020 X79 Concave are two that I personally use and like a lot. Should add JDH to the stall! Really the best brand!
Interesting
Interesting stuff
zo grappig hoe ze engels proberen te praten ma nie kunnen😂
Thanks guys for what u are doing, u guys are really changing life's and just because of u I'm playing for my national team at the age of 14
I want the fh500 as I am a beginner..sorry for lots of comments big fan
So u can tell the post man
O2-850 is my house number,my house is at level 2
Just to let you know where I'm from and where I live,I live in Singapore and my address is 187A rivervale drive,02-850
Those are nice sticks you guys have
Guys I want the hockey stick and ball giveaway I want to train so much so that's why I ask for the giveaway,I plead you for that
This stick looks amazing and I need a new one as there are lots of cracks in my one. The 900 looks great and I would really like one!!!
lawrence is looking good in that kit
How do these sticks, in particular the 95% carbon, compare to other brands such as Adidas or gryphon? They are about twice the price, why is that?
Best one of these for goalkeepers who occasionally play outfield?
Gidday team. 🤙 Dennis, which of these three sticks would you choose if your current go to GK stick was no longer available and why? They all look great and after living in the UK for years I was really excited to see Decathlon opening here in Australia. Sadly however the Australian outlets don’t stock a field hockey range. 😕 So while id love to get my hands on one, I can’t here in Aus. Keep up the great work team and if there is a chance I’d love to try one.
Mooie erg Engelse Carbon uitspraak
The new hockey stick should be called FH700(500+900 divided by 2) hahahaha.
I’ve been watching ur videos for a while now and I’ve learnt a lot from them. I am my teams goalkeeper and hopefully I have a future with hockey. I would also love to get a new stick as my current stick is quite short now and is not a very good quality anymore. ❤️
Great video. I'm also loving all the giveaways you guys are doing currently!
Thought Lawrence broke his finger again at 7:37 :O All I would like for Christmas is my first carbon fiber hockey stick hahaha :)
Weeral een topvideo! Ben zelf op zoek naar een nieuwe stick nu het carbon in mijn oude gebroken is. Misschien toch eventjes langs de decathlon gaan om die sticks aan te voelen!
I hate singapore cus 1pound is 1.68 sgd
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I really like the crown sticks but there just out of my budget soz 😩
Looking at the brand for my next stick 🔥🔥🔥🤘🏻
Good video, I'm keeping my eye on this brand I will definitely try it in the future, maybe after my gryphon tour pro (2017) breaks Usually I find my sticks crack inside, I think this may be the wear and tear of hitting but so far my gryphon is good. Well see how crown goes when I eventually get one
Right now, as we‘re playing indoor in Germany, I‘m using a Grays GX7000 I got from eBay for about 30€. I’m a goalie and I really love it’s stiffness as it helps me clear the ball from my D. I don’t need to add that much power when I deflect a ball. When we’re playing outdoor, I tend to switch between a TK goalie stick and a Gryphon Aero goalie stick, but both feel a bit like a bad compromise to me. The TK is perfectly balanced but lacks the goalie head shape and is a bit too soft, whilst the Gryphon has goalie head and is a very powerful stick to hit a ball with, but it’s not that well balanced. It feels to heavy after while. I really wonder what a Crown Hockey goalie stick would feel like... ;) Or even a normal Crown Hockey stick, as I’ve never head the chance to try one so far. Are there any goalies you know of that are using one of your sticks in goal?
Love the video. interesting information about stick manufacturing