Reduced price! Ritual Origin Specialist 75 Hockey Stick (2017/18)

Ritual Origin Specialist 75 Hockey Stick (2017/18)

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£ 175.50 inc VAT


£ 195.00 inc VAT

Data sheet

Hockey Stick Bow Low Bow
Hockey Stick Type Full Composite
Season 2017/18

More info

A purpose designed low bow stick, shaped to the maximum allowed specifications with an ultra-low curve and an acute 24mm profile. The lower shaft has a moulded scoop to locate the ball and guide it through the flicking action with greater control and accuracy.

Enhanced by a medium balance point, rectangular styled sides and anti-shock foam with a factory fitted Dutch chamois grip. Utilising Japanese Carbon Fibre the Specialist 75 is designed for players wanting the low-bow performance and control.


  • 385mm Balance Point
  • 24mm Bow Height
  • 200mm Max Bow Point


  • 45° angle
  • 116mm length
  • 24.9mm thick
  • Silica face


  • 30.7mm thick
  • Chamois Grip
  • AntiShock+ Foam


  • 75% Carbon
  • 20% Fibreglass
  • 5% Kevlar

Size Guide

Hockey Sticks

Hockey Stick Size Height
38.5 inch Light Above 6ft 5in
38 inch Light
37.5 inch Superlight
37.5 inch Ultralite
37.5 inch Light 6ft 2in - 6ft 5in
37.5 inch Medium
36.5 inch Superlight
36.5 inch Ultralite
36.5 inch Light 5ft 4in - 6ft 2in
36.5 inch Medium
36 inch Light
35.5 inch Light
35 inch Light 5ft - 5ft 4in
34.5 inch Light
34 inch Light 4ft 7in - 5ft
32 inch Light 4ft - 4ft 7in
30 inch Light 3ft 8in - 4ft
28 inch Light 3ft 4in - 3ft 8in
26 inch Light 3ft - 3ft 4in
38 inch Ultralite
38 inch Medium
33 inch Light
32 inch Superlight
34 inch Superlight
35 inch Superlight


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rating Questionable build quality
Alex R. on 26/11/2017 We received the stick as expected for my son. However, after the first couple of uses the toe of the stick started to chip away resulting in a quite serious gouge out of the toe. My son uses the stick regularly for school, club and county and only ever on astro. I would expect the build quality of a stick at this price to be of a sufficient standard to withstand such use. If you can't hit a ball with a hockey stick what can you do, one wonders? I thought I would approach you first before approaching Ritual direct - could it be that there is a manufacturing fault and normally the stick wouldn't chip. I have photos available should they be required. Please let me know how we might proceed.