ANATOMY OF THE
PERFECT HOCKEY STICK
Harder shots. Tape-to-tape passes.
Replace the Blade
Our heel may not look very pretty but it serves a very practical function: if you break your blade, we can easily replace it with a new one, so you don’t have to trash your favorite stick. Read more about our sustainable sticks.
Full-Length Carbon Fibers
We spin our carbon fibers around the shaft using single, continuous strands, from the top of the stick to its heel. This continuous, interlocking weave makes our sticks more durable, and more importantly, more rigid in terms of torsion strength. This means that when you take that especially hard strike, the shaft won’t twist and “open” the blade, keeping the full force of the shot moving directly towards your intended target: the back of the net.
Handmade in Finland
Pama is an acronym for Padasjoen Mailatehdas, which can be translated as “The Stick Factory of Padas River.” Padasjoki is the village where the very first PAMA factory was located. Watch this video to see how we do it.
The Ugly Heel
Our patented heel transforms what is traditionally the weakest point of the stick into its strongest point. Together with the rigid shaft, this strong heel will make your shots and passes more precise.
Symmetrical flex and feel
The kick point of a hockey stick can be found roughly where your lower hand rests when holding the stick. This baseline point varies from player to player, of course. Our sticks bend symmetrically from top to heel, which means that the flex number covers the entire stick. And, in our experience, this extended symmetrical flex improves both feel and precision.