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Reach for a TRUE hockey stick and take shot after shot confident in your gear’s durable construction. Known for innovation, TRUE holds 51 patents for hockey equipment across its division. This impressive brand engineers its Catalyst and HZRDUS lines with hardwearing materials and tech features to suit a variety of play styles, at affordable price points.
TRUE uses lightweight yet resilient composite materials to build Catalyst and HZRDUS hockey sticks. Both lines offer minimal load times and ample flexibility for shots made in close quarters. Higher-end models feature a Foam Core and Quad Rib Blade for heightened stability with plenty of pop. An entry-level TRUE stick comes with a Tri-Rib core to prevent the blade from twisting mid-shot.
Any player who values versatility in their gear should reach for a TRUE Catalyst hockey stick. This line features a mid-kick point ideal for the player who takes shots from anywhere on the ice. TRUE achieves its lightest-weight mid-kick point stick in the Catalyst 9X3. The beginner will enjoy the lightweight, durable construction of a Catalyst 5X3 stick, priced lower compared to its advanced counterparts.
TRUE HZRDUS hockey sticks come with a low-kick point for ultimate speed. These sticks are ideal for the player who skates close to the crease and prefers ample snap in their stick. Designed with performance players in mind, the TRUE HZRDUS 9X stick features Resin Flow tech for a reinforced shaft. The TRUE HZRDUS 3X stick makes a winning choice for the recreational player who values speed and a bargain.
Consult our hockey stick buying guide and blade curve guide for tips to help you choose the right twig for yourself or your child. Shop online and enjoy the most competitive prices on TRUE hockey sticks, thanks to the Pure Hockey Low-Price Guarantee.
The lightest TRUE hockey stick is the HZRDUS PX stick, which weighs in at 345g.
TRUE hockey sticks cost between $110 and $340 depending on the model.