Tanera Camans

Tanera Camans are Scotland’s leading shinty caman manufacturer. A quintessential Highland product, crafted in the heart of the Highlands with care and attention from the best possible materials, to provide the modern day shinty player, young and old, attacker or defender, with the finest implement with which to practice his or her craft on the field of play. Now the stick of choice for players in the MOWI Premiership and beyond, and whilst no shinty stick can be guaranteed in the rigour and heat of the Clash of the Ash (or American Hickory as is the case now). Alan has applied rigorous testing to find the best manufacturing techniques to ensure a quality product. 

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Please select a category and you will be directed to shintyworld.com official stockists for Tanera Camans. Stocking shinty sticks, shinty balls, clothing and gifts. Check out our new PRO 6 caman with a new six laminated design shaft and handle. The new shape handle will prevent the club twisting when striking the ball, the new design handle will assure the club face is always true. Also stocking the new Tanera Camans PRO shinty ball, the new PRO ball will always retain shape, has a 100% waterproof inner core and is wrapped in real cow hide. The new ‘Play Shinty’ ball has a soft bounce and can be used indoor or outdoor. A great training aid for infants and kids. Please check out our range of clothing and gifts.

Always remember that a light caman is easier to handle than a heavy one, because it allows for quicker movements and does not make exacting demands on stamina.  Always try to keep the caman dry and after a game it should be wiped clean with a cloth and then rubbed over lightly with a little raw linseed oil.  When not in use the caman should rest or lie in a cool dark place.

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