Experience unparalleled power and touch from an elite level field hockey stick, the Gryphon Tour Samurai. The exclusive KRAIBON Technology is directly integrated into the layup forming a chemical and physical bond that produces a remarkable, balanced stick for the ultimate in both power and feel.
The SAMURAI is an extreme late bow identical to the Deuce II shape further complemented by a control groove shaft to assist in the action of dragging the ball. Some adjustments will be necessary when hitting and controlling the ball due to the extreme late bow.
• Unbeatable power and instant crisp touch
• Power Rating: 10/10
• Bow: Extreme Late Bow 24.5mm with control groove
• Length: 36.5, 37.5
• Targeted Weight: 530 grams
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THE EXTREME LATE BOW This bow is the lowest placement of the 25mm bow possible to produce the ultimate in ball control. The Extreme Late Bow shape maximizes dynamic ball control, aerial pass skills and drag flick consistency. This shape can be used all over the field.
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.
Gryphon SamuraiUltimate Dragflick - The grooviest of all our shapes, designed with a replica curve to the Deuce II, it combines this with a control groove up the shaft of the stick to maximize your dragflicking ability. Merge these attributes together and you get the ball whipping down the unique concave face of the stick to get maximum speed and spin on execution. A slightly thinner toe on the head of the stick helps create extra flow when executing 3D skills, while not compromising your power.
POWER RATING Defined on a 1-10 scale for Gryphon sticks, 10 being the highest power a stick will deliver. Power can come from a variety of factors and technologies that go into each stick to give you the ultimate pop - players should remember that a higher power rating often means a stiffer stick, so make sure your ball control skills can keep up!