How to measure
  • 11: This flex chart is a guideline only. Every player has their own personal preference. Weight listed is the average of a +/- 15 lb. range.
  • 22: The flex number is a measurement of the amount of pressure required to bend the stick 1 inch. A lower flex number allows for more bend in the shaft.
  • 33: Some flexes will overlap between size groups; Point 4: is a general outline of which flexes apply to each size group. A 65 or 70 Flex can sometimes apply to Intermediate and Senior Hockey Sticks. The length of the stick will match the size group.
  • 44: (Flex) Size Group: (20-30) Youth or Tyke (40-50) Junior (55-65) Intermediate (70+) Senior
  • 55: Note, the flex number of the hockey stick will increase the more you cut it down.
Weight Flex / Stick Length
35 lbs 10 Flex / 42"
50 lbs 20 Flex / 43"
65 lbs 30 Flex / 45"
80 lbs 40 Flex / 49"
100 lbs 50 Flex / 52"
120 lbs 55 Flex / 55"
135 lbs 65 Flex / 57"
150 lbs 70 Flex / 59"
160 lbs 75 Flex / 60"
180 lbs 85 Flex / 60"
210 lbs 95 Flex / 62"
230 lbs 105 Flex / 62"