In 1992 Mazon Hockey began their journey of producing high quality hockey equipment for every level of hockey player. The aim of introducing innovation and the latest technology to the field hockey market was a challenging road ahead. It became achievable due to our dedicated research and development team that included the best players from around the world. We have and still do remain a market leader for innovation in field hockey equipment.
We have been at the forefront of game changing features and constructions. A main highlight was the ground-breaking construction features of using ash and Kevlar that offered power with reliability and market leading shock absorption. This break through helped the first commercially released Black Magic hockey sticks in 1992 and the emergence of Mazon as a leading performance composite stick manufacturer.
Due to Mazon constantly listening to players feedback and pushing the boundaries of design and technology we realized that head and handle shapes played a huge role in the performance of a stick. This realization lead to the design of the Hook and Ultra head shapes, the Hook optimized the surface area to trap and the Ultra head increased the ability to spin, drag and perform 3D skills.
The Mazon innovation and design department always have and always will pay attention to the finer details of hockey equipment. As even the smallest details can have a big impact on field hockey equipment. An example of this was our observations towards the power to weight ratio of a hockey stick. The design team set the goal of having a lightweight stick but with optimum power. Although tricky, the design team finally cracked the construction code to manufacture Mazon sticks that still to this day are aimed at being light in weight, solid in construction, exceptional in feel and generating unrivalled power.
Mazon Hockey has encountered plenty of success thanks to the key innovations discussed above but it is due to the constant hard work of our research, design and technology team. It is something that will always be fused into our company. Mazon recognizes that the game of Field Hockey changes fast and the team at Mazon are ready for the challenge ahead to innovate and shape the future of hockey equipment.
19 mm: the ‘Standard Bow’ is a conventional bow that suit a wide range of players.
22 mm: the ‘Medium Bow’ is a perfect well balanced curve for players who are looking for extra control.
24 mm: is the largest of the Mid Bow and gives the player extreme control.
24 mm: the ‘Late Bow’ suites a wide range of players who want to combine drag flick power, extreme control and feel in their play.
24 mm: the “X-Bow” at 20cm above the stick’s hook is ideal as a drag flick stick without losing control whenever you hit, dribble or stop the ball.
Ideal for hitting & 3D Skills. Drag flicking & Max hitting sweet spot.
Extra Ball Control with a large hitting sweet spot.
Ideal for improved trapping mastery. Max area for reverse capability.