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BONE

Bone is a floorball blade from FatPipe that was created for the 2017/2018 season. First shown at the All black series in early 2017, it has since gained popularity among floorball players looking for a stiff and solid blade for precise shooting and ball control.

Bone is probably Fat Pipe's stiffest blade yet. The blade is straight with a relatively small cup at its tip. The flatness and low concavity make this blade excellent for backhand play.

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BONE

BONE

Bone is a floorball blade from FatPipe that was created for the 2017/2018 season. First shown at the All black series in early 2017, it has since gained popularity among floorball players looking for a stiff and solid blade for precise shooting and ball control.

Bone is probably Fat Pipe's stiffest blade yet. The blade is straight with a relatively small cup at its tip. The flatness and low concavity make this blade excellent for backhand play.

FH

FH, or factory hook, means factory bending (pre-bending) of the blade. FH technology (bend) can be applied to any blade. So what is FH? FH is a simple pre-bend of the blade. The classic production process ends when the blade is pressed. The FH bend continues here. The blade heats up and its tip bends inwards and downwards. According to the degree of bending, we distinguish 2 types of FH bending:

  • FH2 - the curve of the Factory Hook 2 (FH2) is concave along the entire length of the forehand of the blade, popular for shooting from the range. The tip copies the standard bend of the blade. The backhand of the blade is more cut, but still suitable for guiding the ball on this side of the blade.
  • FH4 - the curve of the Factory Hook 4 (FH4) is concave along the entire length of the forehand of the blade and with a slightly pre-bent tip downwards, popular especially for fine ball control. The backhand of the blade is more cut, but still suitable for guiding the ball on this side of the blade.
  • FHPM - a special slight bending of the blade intended for game creation, not for shooting.

A blade modified in this way will help you with loops, pull-ups, wrist shooting and a little bit with pull shooting, but it is not significant in pull shooting. There is almost no difference in the hammer and backhand shot compared to the original version of the blade.

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Peter Shooter
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+44 330 808 5845
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info@efloorball.net

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