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How to make a composite hockey stick?

How to make a composite hockey stick?

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Below is a detailed explanation of how we make hockey sticks:

Composite shaft

The first thing you need to know is that composite hockey sticks are made from multiple layers of woven fibers. Most often, it involves carbon fiber and glass fiber, which are then soaked in a special resin (glue) and sent into an oven. After the clubs are finished baking, the mold is removed and the blade is inserted (cheaper club models) into the shaft, which is hollow.

Since the club is hollow, it means that our repair becomes one with the club and there is hardly any difference. Then the lollipops are cooled down, colored and varnished in different variations.

Preparation of leaves

This is something we are constantly working on and trying to improve in order to be able to deliver a safe and sustainable team for you. Hopefully in the near future. Watch out.

Repair process

We have developed a special repair method called ProFlex which makes the faceplate hollow and which fuses both club parts together so that the club becomes one again. ProFlex makes a repaired club basically feel like a brand new club.

There are several other different options for making a hockey stick, but we have come to the conclusion that this method we use is the best and most durable as it adds the least added weight and you feel the least difference, if you do it the right way. See image below comparing our repair with others' methods.

Can you guess which one belongs to us?

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1 - Cut what is damaged

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2 - Sand and matt down the inside

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3 - A specially ordered two-component glue is mixed together very carefully and applied to a carbon fiber material which is then placed on the inside of the club to then fuse the two club parts together.

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4 - We wrap the clubs in some form of protection so that no glue is spilled and destroys the club. The club parts are then straightened using smaller hockey stick pieces and forceps as support to keep the club straight while the glue hardens.

5 - The mallet is in the same position for about 24 hours before it can be removed and set in a room controlled room where it should preferably stand for another 1-7 days for maximum hardening and maximum durability.

6 - After curing, we carry out a flex test to make sure that the repair will last before we put it up for sale. During the flex test, the stick should preferably be "cracked" where it sounds like the stick is about to come off, but there is no danger, it's just excess glue that sounds. When we're done, the mallet doesn't make any more noise.

refurbished hockey stick flex test fixwell hockey

7 - The club is now fully prepared and ready to use.

ProFlex ensures that the repair remains hollow so that the flex, kick-point and overall function of the club is preserved as if it were new.


We believe in our product while also knowing how important it is to think about the environment through the reuse of materials that cannot be broken down.

While we contribute to a better environment, we have the opportunity to offer top model hockey sticks up to 70% of the market price to you who play youth and junior hockey, are a hockey parent, raven or veteran player and also you who play at a semi-professional level.

It is also fine to hand in your own club if you want to have it repaired.


We have repaired hundreds of hockey sticks and we stand behind our repairs with a 30 day guarantee!

Do yourself a favor by buying a fixed club and invest the rest of the money in yourself in the form of personal training, camps or cups to take you to the next level.


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