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Grays GR 6000 Dynabow

The Grays GR 6000 Dynabow is part of their Graphene range which is offers a high power rating while maintaining a soft feel.

The GR Graphene series is lighter and stronger than the previous generation of GX Carbon hockey sticks. The Dynabow blade profile has been updated for stick handling and now combined with a Micro head for improved 3D skill execution.

Hockey sticks in the GR range offer exceptional feel, power and playability.

Technical Information
36.5: 37.5" 38.5"
Light Medium Heavy
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Graphene Carbon Aramid
Braided Tri-Tec Twill
Pro Feel Improved Feel True Feel
Pro Dampening Energy Reduction True Feel
Durazone Carbon Integrated
Low Backhand Zone
Pro Carbon Integrated
More Information
Curve 24.75 @ 200mm
Head Shape Micro
Power Rating High
Feel Rating High
Balance Points 38-39
Grip Twintex
Choosing a new hockey stick is an incredibly personal process and changes from individual to individual.

This buying guide to Grays Hockey Sticks should clarify some of the common questions when picking something from our new range.

1. The Curve

1.1 Probow
  • Defined by a straight profile which transitions into an extremely low bow at the head of the stick
  • Ideal for 3D skills and drag flicking
  • Newly introduced Dragflick Groove helps control the ball, while a square low backhand zone increases the sweet spot for backhand shots
  • Thin stick profile is for flicking and pushing

1.2 Jumbow
  • The Jumbow curve is a combination of the Probow and the Dynabow
  • Ideal for all styles of play
  • Thicker profile, are suited to flicking, hitting and tackling

1.3 Dynabow
  • The Dynabow curve is a refined, sweeping curve along the entire stick
  • Slimmer headshape and round lower hand profile 
  • Ideal for all-round play and nimble 3D Skills
  • Suitable for technical play, hitting and dribbling

1.4 Dynabow
  • The Midbow profile maintains a high curve location
  • Extremely flat face, with unique cross section for extra stiffness
  • Ideal for slapping, sweeping and flat technical skills

1.5 Ultrabow
  • The standard blade profile has been renamed to Ultrabow
  • Suitable for general play, passing, receiving and shooting

2. Head Shapes

Biggest head - great for stopping, 75 degree angle
Maxi: Traditional head - great for hitting, 45 degree angle
Micro: Modern head - great for 3D skills, 50 degree angle

3. Stick Length

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