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STX Field Hockey Rookie Starter Pack
with 2See-S Goggles 30″

The STX Rookie Field Hockey Starter Package is the one stop shop for the beginner field hockey player. Included in the starter package is a field hockey stick, stick bag, goggle, and reversible shin guard. The Rx 50 stick is the perfect stick for beginners. It offers a rounded handle for ease of learning skill and 100% fiberglass composition for forgiving receptions. The Prime Stick bag has room for sticks, shin guard, goggle, and water bottle to keep everything in one place. The 2 See-S goggle is offered in the junior size with the Rookie Starter Pack and is certified for field hockey and lacrosse. The reversible shin guard completes the package so your player is protected and ready to hit the field.

Brand STX
Color Electric
Material 100% Fiberglass
Frame Material fiberglass
Size 28″

About this item

  • Great introductory field hockey kit for the younger field hockey player
  • Only field hockey starter pack in the market that includes an ASTM certified goggle
  • Rookie Starter pack includes an Rx 50 beginner stick, Electric Prime Stick Bag, Youth Reversible Shin Guard and 2See-S Dual Sport Junior Goggle
  • The goggle included in this pack meets NFHS field hockey regulations
  • Available in size 28″, 30″ and 32″


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STX Field Hockey Rookie Starter Pack with 2See-S Goggles 30\TK Hockey TK3.5 Control Bow Field Hockey Stick (34)STX Field Hockey RX 101 Field Hockey Stick 34\

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