Have read of this review from instagrams @bossfhockey on the Oregon Bear 1 Hockey Stick
So the first thing I always do with a new stick is to have a dribble around. The Oregon felt very light so I was a little sceptical about how much feel it would have on the ball, but I was blown away by the feel on the ball, the light head made using stick skills very easy without the stick feeling 'tinny' when receiving a hard passes. Because the ehad was so light it made it very easy to do quick intricate skills but the stick also gave really nice feed back when controlling the ball from incoming passes....
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Bows, Compositions and Brands; Making an educated decision.
How can you possibly choose the perfect hockey stick for your style of play from a photo and some information on a website? The honest answer is that you can't. The best thing you can do when making any decision on hockey sticks is to try one out first. You can then get the feel and the touch required to help with your stick decision making.
Color D-90 Review by BossFHockey
The feel on the ball with this stick was fantastic. You could feel the ball moving about on the end of the stick as you dragged from left to right or lifted the ball over a flat stick, this feel on the ball gives you alot of confidence when using close skills in a 1 on 1 situation. The head shape means it easy to perform tight spins and sharpe turns.
Hitting is probably where this stick falls a little short. The stick has a good sized sweet spot and with a clean hit you can generate a very good level of power.