Model: Falk J22
Material: Carbon Fiber
Stick length:  164 cm senior- and intermediate, both long
Weight: 415 grams (long), 390 grams (standard)
Curve: J22 is similar to p28 and w28
Flexes: 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95 and 100.
Lie: 5
Kick-point: Low kick-point (flexes 60-75) and mid kick-point (80-100 flexes)


Designed and manufactured in Finland.

Delivery 2-4 weeks.

Please note, at the moment we only deliver in Europe.

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PLAYERS FEEDBACK


"The Falk stick felt surprisingly good! The blade was strong and hard enough to handle shots off the toe side of the blade and to receive passes that i had to really reach for",
Oskar Osala

"After a month of use the shaft has not lost any stiffness. The flex profile of the stick is great and I really like the feel of the grip, and the stick looks awesome", Elias Åbrant

"The Falk felt good. The light weight of the stick gave me a great feeling when stickhandling. The one-timers also went well. The grip was good and it didn´t spin in my hands when shooting or passing", Kasper Seppälä

"Feeding back a one touch pass worked well and the blade did not twist at all. I especially like the grip on the stick and the dimensions of the shaft, it was just right for me. The rotational stiffness of the stick is awesome. The Falk stick definitely exceeded my expectations.", Viljami Haarala

"Compared to other sticks, I get better one-timers with the Falk stick. Also the general feeling is good." Jens Östman


STICK GUIDE

Falk intermediate sticks are designed for players who are around 14 and 17 years old. 

Falk senior sticks are designed to fit players aged 16-17 years and older.


Flex is the number represents the number of pounds of force / pressure to bend the stick one inch. The lower the number, the easier the stick could bend. The higher the number the stiffer the stick. 

Choosing flex is very personal and depends a lot on how you play. If you are a forward who wants to shoot quick wrist shots, you should preferably choose a slightly lower flex number. If you are a defender who prefers to shoot slap shots, it usually fits better with more flex numbers. Your weight and strength also affect. If you are a smaller player, you should probably have a lower flex number and if you are a heavier and stronger player, you should probably have a higher flex number. 

Kick point is the place on the shaft where it bends.

Mid kick means the kick point is towards the middle of the shaft. A mid kick stick is the most common beyond NHL players.

Low kick means the kick point is towards the bottom of the shaft. The lower kick points give you better handling of the stick and quick release.

Need more help?

Get in touch with us and we will help you.

sales@falkhockey.com