TK 2.2 Late Bow Plus Composite Field Hockey Stick
The TK2.2 Late Bow Plus sees the return of the hugely popular CWT, the original grooved stick.
8K Carbon offers you high power output with ultra-lightweight, whilst the NPR spread throughout the construction of the stick further enhances the stiffness and feel. First introduced in 2002, the original groove is back! The full Control Wing Technology (CWT) makes a return in 2021 with an updated bow profile to match the standard LOW BOW.
First introduced in 2002, the original groove is back! The full Control Wing Technology (CWT) made its return in 2021 with an updated LOW BOW profile. A thinner shaft profile and head shape further enhances fast dynamic skills.
• Level: elite
• Shape: low bow with groove
• Composition: 70% carbon, 20% fiberglass, 10% aramid
THE LOW BOW This low bow is typically about 25mm and the highest point is close to the toe of the stick. This shape offers extra assistance with lifting the ball, aerials and drag flicking, as well as dynamic ball movement.
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.
8K Carbon - A biaxial carbon fiber designed to offer high strength and dissipating of impact forces. The unidirectional carbon roving is aligned at the zero angle with unwoven carbon and then bonded together in sheet form. This process helps to increase the stiffness and realize maximum potential power output.
NANO POLYMER REINFORCEMENT - A self-assembling group of co-polymers are linked together and then spread throughout the structure of the stick to increase the laminate strength. In conventional constructions, glassfibre is needed to improve the feel and therefore add weight. By adding the NPR to the epoxy, we are able to significantly increase the impact strength and at the same time offer sticks with much greater feel despite their ultra-high stiffness.