ARRIVALS’ LOUNGE: ADIDAS HOCKEY STICKS 2016/17

Adidas hockey sticks 2016 have landed at Hockey Direct. Cue hysteria.

Adidas are exemplary at delivering both technical excellence and contemporary style, marrying brawn with beauty – and these mighty fine profiles are ready to take your game to the next level.

Adidas Hockey is a branch of the global sporting giant that is constantly pushing boundaries to enable hockey players to reach greater performance levels.

Here’s a brief lowdown on the Adidas hockey stick sub-ranges for next season.

The immense Adidas Carbonbraid hockey stick once again provides the headline act – a 100% carbon profile that took the hockey world by storm last season.

Supernatural feel, tremendous power and maximum durability are the stick’s key characteristics, which underlines the brand’s standing as a global innovation leader in hockey stick technology.

The Adidas Carbonbraid 2016/17 has been revamped with a darker theme for 2016/17, with black and night grey providing the dominant colours.

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The Adidas DF24 hockey stick 2016 collection is led by the pro-quality Adidas DF24 Carbon Hockey Stick, which boasts a solar orange and collegiate royal colourway and a new, more rigid and durable end cap.

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Akin to the DF24, Adidas TX24 hockey sticks are a small but impressive range. TX24 2016 models have reinforced main impact areas and a solar yellow, metallic silver and vista grey theme, with the Adidas TX24 Carbon Hockey Stick leading the way in terms of quality and performance.

Adidas TX24 Hockey Stick

The Adidas LX24 hockey stick range is the brand’s most comprehensive collection for 2016. This large, accessible range is spearheaded by the Adidas LX24 Carbon Hockey Stick – you’re sure to find a profile to suit your game and budget.

Adidas LX24 Hockey Stick

Adidas V24 and W24 offer great value profiles, while junior hockey sticks are also available.

Adidas W24 Hockey Stick

 

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View the full range of Adidas hockey sticks online today – and reap the rewards on the field next season.

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