Best Custom Fightsticks: February

Here we are again with the best custom fightsticks for February! In this post, I list the best and most interesting custom fightsticks I have seen on the internet for a particular month. If you haven’t already, please check out last month’s list.

All of these fightsticks are made by fightstick enthusiasts and are taken from the r/fightsticks subreddit. Again, check it out as I may well have missed out on some cool designs.

So, without further delay, in no particular order, here are the best custom fight sticks that I have come across for the month of February.

Bubinga Hitbox

Credit goes to Reddit user The_Otherside1

Coming in first is an impressive custom Hitbox made with solid Bubinga Wood. According to the Reddit user who built this: The_Otherside1, it was made using a solid slab of Bubinga wood.

Seeing the crisp finish, the craftmanship definitely has to be admired. Not only is it stunning to look at I can tell it’s probably rock solid too.

If you like the look of this hitbox you can potentially buy it. At the time of writing, this stick is up for auction on the user’s Instagram account: @arcadexhero. Be sure to check it out!


Fisher-Price Fightstick

Credit goes to Reddit user ArcadePigeon

A fightstick that I can only describe as being cute and quirky. As one Reddit user put it: ‘I would hate to lose to a guy using this fightstick’. In all seriousness, this is a really creative design which also makes me a little bit nostalgic as I used to have Fisher-Price toys growing up.

Made by Reddit user ArcadePigeon on a Madcatz TE2+ Fightstick (Amazon link) I think this would suit both kids and nostalgic adults alike.


Ramlethal Hitbox

ramlethal fightstick
credit goes to Reddit user long4gottenson and the original artist

Although I’m not too familiar with the Guilty Gear Series I still had to include this awesome Hitbox with Ramlethal Valentine. The design is quite simply badass.

Credit goes to Reddit user long4gottenson for the pic but I also have to commend the original artist who commissioned the artwork: Defiant_Drills. You can check out their Twitter here:

Skeletor Fightstick

Credit goes to Reddit user HushMySweet

The artwork for this He-Man-inspired fightstick is quite simply amazing. I love pretty much everything about this stick: the design, color scheme, and attention to detail are all top-notch.

What stands out for me is the ball-top which elevates it that much higher. Whilst maybe a bit impractical, it’s still an awesome feature. I think overall HushMySweet has done a fantastic job with this stick.


Firelink Shrine Fightstick

Credit goes to Reddit user Mr_Tenderfoot

Being an avid Dark Souls fan I was giddy with excitement when I saw this customized Razer Panthera EVO.

The artwork captures the essence of Dark Soul’s atmosphere, especially the comfort and warmth of the famous firelink shrine. Overall, great work by Mr_Tenderfoot!


Dragonball Hitbox

Credit goes to Reddit user ItsHectorFFS

You can’t go wrong with Dragonball, especially on a customized BnB Hitbox! There’s a lot going on with the artwork but ‘ItsHectorFFS’ definitely makes it work. The buttons are also very cool and fit the overall theme of the artwork.

What you can’t see in this picture is the clear back of the fightstick which showcases the impeccably clean wirework. Amazing work!

And there we have it. I hope you enjoyed all these awesome fightsticks. Stay tuned for more in the coming months.

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Jake "Arcade Ace" Kim

Jake discovered his passion for fight sticks when he spent his summers mastering the arcade scene. He soon became a local legend, dominating every fighting game he laid his hands on. Jake's love for the arcade culture has led him to collect an impressive array of fight sticks, each with its own unique story. Now, he's channeling that love and expertise into guiding others to find their perfect fight stick match.