The Grays AC10 field hockey stick has been precisely engineered to gain maximum performance. Using Aerocore technology the weight distribution is controlled to create a light pickup. The rear spine increases power transfer down the shaft and new handle technology allows for a stiffer composition without compromising control. This combines with the new Probow-S shape which features a reshaped head that is idea for 3D skills and offers extra surface area on reverse side pickups. A thicker low backhand zone helps to execute passes and shots on the reverse side.
Team USA's Kelsey Briddell chooses the Grays AC10 Probow-S for her game!
• Level: Elite
• Carbon Quotient: 95
• Shape: Low Bow
• Targeted Weight: 515g
• Aerocore technology for light pickup
• Thickened LBZ for reverse stick passing and shooting
Aerocore - The most advanced field hockey stick Grays has ever created. In the new Aerocore collection, every element of the stick has been evaluated and optimized to provide the best performing sticks in Grays' history. Aerospace-grade foam is used within the core, providing exceptional feel and complete control of weight distribution. New head shapes and blade profiles are offered as Grays continues to service the everchanging demands of players throughout the game. The AC collection offers players the perfect blend of striking design and elite performance.
Probow-S - designed for fast paced play specifically aiding 3D skills, aerials and drag flicking. New Apex headshape offers greater reverse-trapping stability and lighter pickup for faster hand speed. Improved LBZ (Low Backhand Zone) is more clearly defined than ever before, with a larger surface area stabilizing contact between stick and ball - delivering a cleaner strike more of the time.
Elite Sticks - At the elite level, innovation and technology combine to create the most advanced hockey sticks in the world. They are on the cutting edge of development, so they evolve each year with the game. These sticks are designed to maximize power without sacrificing touch.
Low Bow - This low bow is typically about 25mm and the highest point is close to the toe of the stick. This shape offers extra assistance with lifting the ball, aerials, and dynamic ball movement.