Rackets & Bats

A racket is a piece of lightweight sports equipment made with a secure string mesh firmly stretched on an open-loop built for striking a ball in a ball sport. Rackets can be made from a variety of materials from traditional wood to modern composite or ceramic materials like titanium. Developed over many years with technological changes, rackets have changed shape from the traditional oval head shape to the isometric head shape made possible by new materials. Humans of all ages use rackets to hit balls in various racket sports around the world to make a goal and score a point.

Rackets & Bats

Cricket Bat
33.5”-34.375” | 85.1-87.3 cm; 38” | 96.5 cm (Max)
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Perspective view of a 3D model of a Cricket Bat
Field Hockey Stick
35”-38” | 89-95 cm; 41” | 104.1 cm (Max)
3D
3D model of a Field Hockey Stick viewed in perspective
Lacrosse Stick
40”-42” | 101.6-106.7 cm (Offense); 52”-72” | 132.1-182.9 cm (Defense)
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View of a Lacrosse Stick in 3D available for download

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Polo Mallet
Scaled comparison drawings of the Polo Mallet and other sports equipment

A Polo Mallet, also known as a Pallet Stick, is the equipment that is used to hit a ball during a game of Polo. A Polo Ball is hit with the broad sides of the mallet head. The Polo Mallet is made up of a shaft with a grip, a sling to wrap around the thumb, and a cigar-shaped head. The shaft of the Polo Mallet is typically made from cane or composite materials. The head of the Polo Mallet is usually made from tipa, a hardwood. Female players typically use lighter mallets than male players. The length of the mallet varies and depends on the horse.

Polo Mallets have a length of 50”-53” (127-135 cm), head width of 9”-9.25” (228-235 mm), and head diameter of 1.77” (45 mm). The weight of a Polo Mallet is 17.1-19.93 oz (485-565 g).

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Polo Mallet measured with length, width and depth
A Polo Mallet, also known as a Pallet Stick, is the equipment that is used to hit a ball during a game of Polo. A Polo Ball is hit with the broad sides of the mallet head. The Polo Mallet is made up of a shaft with a grip, a sling to wrap around the thumb, and a cigar-shaped head.

Polo Mallets have a length of 50”-53” (127-135 cm), head width of 9”-9.25” (228-235 mm), and head diameter of 1.77” (45 mm). The weight of a Polo Mallet is 17.1-19.93 oz (485-565 g).

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Polo Mallet measured with length, width and depth
Polo Mallet
Height:
Width:
9”-9.25” | 228-235 mm (Head)
Length:
50”-53” | 127-135 cm
Depth:
1.77” | 45 mm (Head Diameter)
Weight:
17.1-19.93 oz | 485-565 g (Overall); 5.6-8.5 oz | 160-240 g (Mallet Head)
Area:

Materials: Cane shaft; rubber grip; wooden head

Drawings include:
Polo Mallet Elevations (various)

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Ice Hockey Stick
Scaled comparison drawings of the Ice Hockey Stick and other sports equipment

Ice Hockey Sticks have a length of 56”-63” (142.2-160 cm), blade length of 12.6”-15.75” (32-40 cm), blade height of 2”-3” (50.8-76.2 mm), and shaft depth of .88”-1.13” (22.4-28.7 mm). The weight of an Ice Hockey Stick is 14.64-16.75 oz (415-475 g).

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Ice Hockey Stick measured with length, width and depth

Ice Hockey Sticks have a length of 56”-63” (142.2-160 cm), blade length of 12.6”-15.75” (32-40 cm), blade height of 2”-3” (50.8-76.2 mm), and shaft depth of .88”-1.13” (22.4-28.7 mm). The weight of an Ice Hockey Stick is 14.64-16.75 oz (415-475 g).

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Ice Hockey Stick measured with length, width and depth
Ice Hockey Stick
Height:
Width:
12.6”-15.75” | 32-40 cm
Length:
56”-63” | 142.2-160 cm
Depth:
.88”-1.13” | 22.4-28.7 mm (Shaft)
Weight:
14.64-16.75 oz | 415-475 g
Area:

Blade Height: 2”-3” | 50.8-76.2 mm
Materials: Aluminum, fiberglass, carbon fiber, wood (traditional); grip tape

Drawings include:
Ice Hockey Stick front elevation, side, plan

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Field Hockey Stick
Group of scaled illustrations of various sporting equipment compared to the Field Hockey Stick

A Field Hockey Stick is used by players to shoot the ball into the goal while playing Field Hockey. Field Hockey Sticks were historically made from hickory, ash, or mulberry wood. Currently, Field Hockey Sticks made from wood are still available, but most are made from composite materials. Typically, a Field Hockey Stick is made out of fiberglass, aramid fiber, and carbon fiber. There are 3 components to a Field Hockey Stick: the head, handle, and splice. Hockey stick heads vary in size. The different types of Field Hockey Sticks include Elite sticks, Advanced sticks, Competitive sticks, and Beginner sticks.

Field Hockey Sticks have a typical length of 35”-38” (89-95 cm), max length of 41” (104.1 cm), width between 4.33”-4.88” (110-124 mm), and diameter of 1.2” (30 mm). The weight of a Field Hockey Stick is between 19-22 oz (538-623 g) with a maximum of 26 oz (737 g).

Drawing of a Field Hockey Stick showing dimensioned analysis of the length, width and depth
A Field Hockey Stick is used by players to shoot the ball into the goal while playing Field Hockey. Field Hockey Sticks were historically made from hickory, ash, or mulberry wood. Currently, Field Hockey Sticks made from wood are still available, but most are made from composite materials.

Field Hockey Sticks have a typical length of 35”-38” (89-95 cm), max length of 41” (104.1 cm), width between 4.33”-4.88” (110-124 mm), and diameter of 1.2” (30 mm). The weight of a Field Hockey Stick is between 19-22 oz (538-623 g) with a maximum of 26 oz (737 g).

Drawing of a Field Hockey Stick showing dimensioned analysis of the length, width and depth
Field Hockey Stick
Height:
Width:
4.33”-4.88” | 110-124 mm
Length:
35”-38” | 89-95 cm; 41” | 104.1 cm (Max)
Depth:
1.2” | 30 mm (Diameter)
Weight:
19-22 oz | 538-623 g; 26 oz | 737 g (Max)
Area:

Handle Length: 12”-14 | 30.5-35.6 cm
Materials: Ash wood (traditional), fiberglass, carbon fiber, graphite, kevlar

Drawings include:
Field Hockey Stick Elevations (various)

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Ice Hockey Goalie Stick
Size comparison diagram of the Ice Hockey Goalie Stick compared to other similar sports equipment

Ice Hockey Goalie Sticks have a length of 56”-63” (142.2-160 cm), blade length of 15”-15.5” (38.1-39.4 cm), blade height between 3.5”-4” (88.9-101.6 mm), and shaft depth of .88”-1.13” (22.4-28.7 mm). The mass of an Ice Hockey Goalie Stick is 21.2-29.1 oz (600-825 g).

Measured illustration of a Ice Hockey Goalie Stick dimensioned with overall length, width and depth

Ice Hockey Goalie Sticks have a length of 56”-63” (142.2-160 cm), blade length of 15”-15.5” (38.1-39.4 cm), blade height between 3.5”-4” (88.9-101.6 mm), and shaft depth of .88”-1.13” (22.4-28.7 mm). The mass of an Ice Hockey Goalie Stick is 21.2-29.1 oz (600-825 g).

Measured illustration of a Ice Hockey Goalie Stick dimensioned with overall length, width and depth
Ice Hockey Goalie Stick
Height:
Width:
15”-15.5” | 38.1-39.4 cm (Blade Length)
Length:
56”-63” | 142.2-160 cm
Depth:
.88”-1.13” | 22.4-28.7 mm (Shaft)
Weight:
21.2-29.1 oz | 600-825 g
Area:

Paddle Length: 25”-28.5” | 63.5-72.4 cm

Blade Height: 3.5”-4” | 88.9-101.6 mm
Materials: Aluminum, fiberglass, carbon fiber, wood (traditional); grip tape

Drawings include:
Ice Hockey Goalie Stick elevation

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Squash Racket
Group of scaled illustrations of various sporting rackets compared to the Squash Racket

A Squash Racket, also referred to as Squash, is used to play the sport of Squash based on striking a ball towards the walls of the interior court. Squash rackets are typically made of boron, Kevlar, graphite, or titanium. Squash rackets are similar to a tennis racket in appearance, but vary in size and weight.

Lighter Squash Rackets are preferred for quick shots, while heavier Squash Rackets are easier to control. There are two types of frame shapes: heart and water drop. The profile and strings of the Squash Racket have an impact on the stiffness and power of a shot. Squash Rackets are available in a variety of colors.

Squash Rackets have an overall maximum length of 27” (68.6 cm), maximum width of 8.46” (21.5 cm), and common depth of 1.125” (28.6 mm). The length of the handle between is 7”-7.25” (177.8-184.2 mm) with a typical grip circumference of 3.875” (98.4 mm). The weight of a Squash Racket is between 3.9-5.1 oz (110-145 g). The total surface area of a Squash Racket cannot exceed 77.5 in2 (500 cm2).

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Squash Racket measured with overall width, length, and depth
A Squash Racket, also referred to as Squash, is used to play the sport of Squash based on striking a ball towards the walls of the interior court. Squash rackets are typically made of boron, Kevlar, graphite, or titanium. Squash rackets are similar to a tennis racket in appearance, but vary in size.

Squash Rackets have an overall maximum length of 27” (68.6 cm), maximum width of 8.46” (21.5 cm), and common depth of 1.125” (28.6 mm). The length of the handle between is 7”-7.25” (177.8-184.2 mm) with a typical grip circumference of 3.875” (98.4 mm). The weight of a Squash Racket is between 3.9-5.1 oz (110-145 g). The total surface area of a Squash Racket cannot exceed 77.5 in2 (500 cm2).

Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Squash Racket measured with overall width, length, and depth
Squash Racket
Height:
Width:
8.46” | 21.5 cm (Max)
Length:
27” | 68.6 cm (Max)
Depth:
1.125” | 28.6 mm
Weight:
3.9-5.1 oz | 110-145 g
Area:

Handle Length: 7”-7.25” | 177.8-184.2 mm
Surface Area:
77.5 in2 | 500 cm2 (Max)
Beam Width:
.63”-.83” | 16-21 mm
Grip Circumference:
3.875” | 98.4 mm
Materials: Graphite, aluminum, hybrid, laminated lumber (traditional)

Drawings include:
Squash Racket front, side, bottom

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