Players are drawn toward composite for indoor since their outdoor stick is also composite, but the truth is that more top players in the world choose a wood stick for indoor. Which material will work better for your playing style?
Players from novice to elite level report both an increase in ball speed and greater control. The rebound that often accompanies a more powerful composite is much less prevalent in the EXAs.
NRT - Nano Resin Tech
X-Quad Tech - New Carbon X-Quad woven fiber (lighter, stiffer, stronger)
ISA System - Integrated Shock Absorbing System
SIP Zone - Side Impact Protection Zone
The stick that Teun de Nooijer played with, known as the #14 was a classic, 2012 EXA 400 was such a stick becoming Michelle Kasold's personal choice to use in the Olympics and World Cup, and now the 2013 EXA 600 has reached the status of being a true classic.
The TERRA Series is designed for players who don't want the ball to slow down when deflecting off the stick, as for sweep hits or the last touch into the goal. Players with elite level skills report an increase in ball speed and great control. However, inexperienced players may find this is more power than they can handle.
For Players Who Know that Control Wins Games. The Giga Range has much more forgiveness than power. It is a control stick. If You Want A Good, international level stick, with a high degree of forgiveness, this is it. Maintaining ball possession and field position is so important. The Giga range is designed with keeping the ball in mind. Let others lose control with rebound on traps. Your Giga will keep the ball where you want and need it.