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Senior composite hockey sticks are kings of the game. They’re lighter weight, more durable, and offer more power than ever before. Pure Hockey carries the best senior hockey sticks by the biggest makers, including Bauer, CCM, Warrior, TRUE, and Sher-Wood. You’ll find high, mid, and low-kick offerings in a variety of patterns and a range of flexes—from 40 all the way up to 112. Today’s composite stick blades come in a wide array of styles, some with dampening construction to give you the ultimate puck feel. With all the tech advantages composite hockey sticks afford the senior player, you’d be smart to see how the right one can elevate your game.
Consult our guide on How to Buy a Hockey Stick for informative tips to help you choose the right stick for your game. Shop online with confidence and enjoy the most competitive prices on senior composite hockey sticks, thanks to the Pure Hockey Low-Price Guarantee.
A senior composite hockey stick is a stick constructed from layers of carbon fiber and other high-tech materials, sized for a senior player. Senior composite hockey sticks offer durability and excellent power transfer for shots and passes with minimal weight. They are designed for larger players, usually suitable for ages 14 to adult, although bigger younger players with advanced skills may need a senior stick.
Most players should be at least about 5’6” to use a senior hockey stick. Hockey stick sizing isn’t an exact science, but to know for certain whether you’re tall enough, first stand without skates. Then, place the toe of the hockey stick on the ground between your feet, positioning the stick vertically. The senior hockey stick should come to about your nose for a proper fit.
Pure Hockey offers senior hockey sticks with flex ratings ranging from 70–112.
Bauer's AG5NT composite stick, weighing a mere 335 grams, is the lightest senior composite stick on the market.
Typically, senior composite hockey sticks are for ages 14 to adult.