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Croc Stick Models

Croc Hockey Stick Models


Croc Hockey founder and Australia's only Olympic Gold Medal winning Captain Brent Livermore OAM has drawn on his years of experience as a 317 game Australian international player, captain and coach to redefine what a modern hockey stick should look, feel and play like. Brent has developed two high performance pro level hockey sticks for todays highly skilled players. 

Over 10 years ago Brent desired the top selling Mazon 360 introducing among other things the tapered toe design which has since been taken up by the likes of JDH and many other brands. Brent has taken that idea another leap forward with CROC in totally eliminating the rounded head in favour of a Reverse Toe Angle (RTA) design giving exceptional control in fast turning manoeuvres and injections. 

The Croc MB10 has a 10 degree head a with a 22.5mm deflection at a 300mm Midpoint. All this technical jargon means is that the MB10 is ideal for players wanting traditional style of bow with all the features that a CROC stick has to offer.

Our LB12 features a 12 degree head, 23.3mm High Bow at a Low 275mm with a Balance point at 380-410mm and weighing in at just 510g +/-20g

The XLB12 has a 12 degree head at a extra low 250mm and a bow height of 24.5mm. The XLB12 is the ultimate stick for elite 3D skills.

Our XLB14 features a 14 degree head, 23.5mm High Bow at a Low 225mm with a Balance point at 380-410mm and weighing in at just 510g +/-20g

All Models feature. 

Reverse Toe Angle (RTA) - The innovative (RTA) takes the concept developed by Brent over 20 years ago in the top selling Mazon 360 and subsequently adopted by most of the major brands including JDH to the next level. 

Brent has progressed that idea another leap forward with CROC in totally eliminating the rounded head in favour of a Reverse Toe Angle (RTA) design giving exceptional control in fast turning manoeuvres and injections. Providing an increased angle allows the ball to sit securely between the shaft and tow allowing maximum power in the pull phase of your injection or field passes. The increased toe area this provides is essential for those advanced players taking on backhand receives or for those wanting to introduce backhand receives into their game.

Extreme Tomma Edge - We have increased the width of the tomma edge and added extra carbon to provide the ultimate combination of power and forgiveness.

Tapered Head - New materials means we are able to do away with the traditional ‘bulbous head’ and introduce our Tapered Head to allow players of all levels to easily get under the ball when executing overheads and 3D play.

Extra Thick Handle - Straight out of the mould we have increased the diameter of the handle so you won't be upsetting the weight by wrapping excess layers of grip. The thicket handle maintains a consistent diameter extending further down the shaft before widening out to the hitting surface. This not only provides greater handle length to get your bottom hand down closer to the ball but allows for easier rotation in the bottom hand when dribbling for ultimate control.

Maximum Width Shaft provides greater surface area in the hitting and trapping zone. Hockey sticks are allowed to be 51mm wide so why arn't all sticks as wide as possible? It's amazing how may sticks on the market are under their allowable size. it stands to reason the wider the stick the more traps and hits you will make cleanly, so we maximised the face with to maximise the performance.

Peaked Spine - drawing from 150 years of inspiration in cricket bats we have introduced the Peaked Spine to the Hockey Stick. The triangle is the ultimate shape for strength and when used as a truss design as we have done it provides the ultimate stiffness right in the centre of the shaft where you need it.  

Textured Face Control Zone - A slight texture on the hook face provides extra control and grip on the ball right where you need it.

CKC - Carbon Kevlar Construction, 98% carbon 2% Kevlar construction for an extra stiff hard hitting professional standard stick.

So what stick is right for you? Unfortunately there is no right or wrong answer here, both sticks are designed for high performance players but that doesn't mean that the average club player can't benefit from the features built into both models. We have high performance elite athletes using both models but most club level players would be more comfortable with the less extreme LB12 which will have a little more kick in the head than your standard mid bow stick bit not as much as the XLB14. Elite players using the boundaries of stick skills may be more inclined to move towards the XLB14 purely for the Extreme Low Bow 14 degree head.



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