Field hockey stick

Grays

Established 1855

Founded in 1855 by world rackets champion H.J. Gray, Grays is a supplier of quality sports equipment for hockey, racquets and cricket, and especially known as a field hockey stick manufacturer. With the purchase of the famous hockey firm of Hazells in 1941 and the construction of a new hockey manufacturing plant in Cambridge, Grays laid the foundation for its unique hockey reputation. In 1965 they established Grays Pakistan.

Launched in the 1960s, the most iconic hockey stick is the Karachi King with its instantly recognizable orange flash. It set the gold standard in hockey sticks for 30 years. Grays were also one of the first brands to launch a composite stick and now offer a complete range of both wood and composites. Grays sticks have have been the choice of leading internationals for decades.

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