Michelle Kasold: "I love my Dita EXA MK18 because I helped design it. "

Stefanie Fee: "I play with the Dita EXA 200"

Kat Sharkey: "The Black Cat allows me to get quick shots off from anywhere in the circle."

Lauren Pfeiffer: "I love the EXA200 because of the toe shape."

Rayell Heistand: "Playing with the EXA 600 NT and loving it!"

Dita is pronounced: "DEE-TUH"

Toward the end of the nineteenth century Mr. Allah Dita pioneered the production of field hockey sticks, cricket bats, and table tennis paddles; in what was then the undivided sub-continent of India. His goods were made for both for the local and export markets.

The original sticks did not bear the brand name we know today as Dita. The Dita brand name came about as homage to the founder of the company by his son, the late Mr. K. M. Iqbal. The family run business is moving into its fourth generation of producing high quality, handcrafted field hockey sticks. Chief amongst Dita products is the international benchmark stick, the Dita Mega Pro, now known as the Dita Mega W 3.

Dita started combining fiberglass and other materials in 1972, with the aim of creating the best possible field hockey stick available for the demands of the then new turf game, introducing the Dita Mega Pro to the world at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

Pronunciation and meaning of the name Dita DEE-TUH

an Urdu word. Urdu is the major language of Pakistan. There are multiple meanings and translations of the word, but the best English translation seems to be: heaven sent, or gift from God.



































































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