Raven has designed a color-coded system of Junior sticks for kids. Each stick is designed & engineered with a different length and flex rating to promote the proper flex & feel for kids. 
 
1.  The flex rating of your hockey stick should be less than half your body weight.  (That's the Rule of Flex)
2.  The more you cut off a hockey stick - The stiffer it gets.  (Cutting 6 or 8 inches off a 50 Flex Junior stick makes it an 80 Flex stick.  Breaking the rule of flex for young players.)
 
So...  If your young hockey player weighs less than 100 lbs... they should be using the Raven FLEX system of sticks. Pick the stick that fits and the flex will match!

Our Flex System of sticks will help the young hockey player to grow with raven, and graduate to a longer stick with gradually stiffer flex as they get stronger. Grab a Raven & #LETITFLY

The FLEX20 by Raven Hockey was our first stick to market, It fills a large gap in the hockey market between Youth sticks and full length junior sticks. The most commanding feature of the FLEX20 is the low flex rating of 20, appropriate for the height and weight of most 5-7 year old hockey players who have learned to shoot with a Youth stick and are ready to move into a Junior stick.

The FLEX20 is the shortest junior shaft/blade combination available; at 47" long and 20 flex this is the perfect stick for players under 52" tall.

Most youth sticks have a shaft too narrow to allow for correct puck control and cutting several inches off a typical junior stick will increase the stiffness negatively affecting passing and shooting.

The FLEX20 is the only stick in hockey with a flex low enough to correctly fit players who weigh less than 50 pounds. And we are so sure you'll love it that we provide a 60-day warranty.  Also available in Limited Edition Ninja Model.

Shaft:  Matte Grip, Blade:  3K Carbon

The FLEX30 by Raven Hockey is a Junior/Youth hybrid designed for players under 80 lbs and looking to control a hard pass on the rush while also being able to raise the puck top shelf.  The most commanding feature of the FLEX30 is the low flex rating of 30, appropriate for the height and weight of most youth hockey players and the lowest in the industry.

The FLEX30 is the perfect stick for players under 57" tall. 

Most youth sticks have a shaft too narrow to allow for correct puck control and cutting inches off a typical junior stick will increase the stiffness negatively affecting passing and shooting.

The FLEX30 is the only stick in hockey with a flex low enough to correctly fit players who weigh less than 80 pounds. All this with a 60-day warranty. Also available in Limited Edition Ninja Model.

Shaft:  Matte Grip, Blade:  3K Carbon

The FLEX40 is a full length Junior stick (56") with a lower flex rating which is more appropriate for most kids that need a stick this long.  If you are 80-100 lbs and looking to control a hard pass on the rush while also being able to raise the puck top shelf, the FLEX40 is for you.  

The FLEX40 is the only stick in hockey with a flex low enough to correctly fit players who weigh less than 100 pounds. All this with a 60-day warranty.  Also available in Limited Edition Ninja Model.

Shaft:  Matte Grip, Blade:  3K Carbon

Another one of a kind...
 
The FLEX50 by Raven Hockey is the only true Junior/Intermediate hybrid, at 60 inches the FLEX50 is longer than a standard Junior stick and has a lower flex rating than any intermediate stick on the market, a perfect fit for any player under 5'7" and under 120 lbs.

The FLEX50 has been built with a unique shaft diameter.  It is thicker than a Junior shaft, and thinner than an Intermediate stick.  The hybrid-sized shaft allows players to use a gradually bigger shaft instead of making the big jump to intermediate.
 
The FLEX50 is the only stick in hockey with a flex low enough to correctly fit players who weigh less than 120 pounds, and the length is right too.  Built to pro-specs with a dual-core 3K carbon blade and a 60-day warranty the Raven FLEX50 is a true Junior/Intermediate hybrid.  Also available in Limited Edition Ninja Model.

Shaft:  Matte Grip, Blade:  3K Carbon

Curves

We make the two of the most popular curves in hockey.  We call them the C19 & C88.
The C19 is commonly known as the Backstrom curve, and the C88 is known as Kane.  
The differences are easy to explain.

The C88 is a curve.  A super popular curve.
The C19 is a curve, with an open face (or upshoot).