Full COMPOSITE indoor stick. Because indoor hockey is a game of pushes, a small amount of carbon content is smarter. One wants to control rebound, using rebound intentionally, not unintentionally.
Also, the cheetah's eyes will distract your opponents. (At least the first time they see it).
THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL STICK, superbly balanced.
The low carbon content is great for players starting to incorporate rebound in their skill set. The large curve improves maneuverability. This stick is perfect for players who like the stiffness of a composite stick, but still need some forgiveness on receptions.
Notice - Indoor sticks are for indoor hockey, not outdoor hockey played indoors. The ball must be pushed, NO HITTING is allowed, not even a sweep. Breakage due to hitting, players leaning on their stick, or sticks that are stepped on during play do not fall under the Dita warranty. Below is the definition of a push per the FIH Indoor Rules, posted October 1, 2019.
"PUSH - Moving the ball along the ground using a pushing movement of the stick after the stick has been placed close to the ball."