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Peter Shooter Floorball specialist
Peter Shooter
Floorball specialist

+44 330 808 5845
At workdays: 8:00-16:30

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RAZOR

The Razor blade is the most universal blade by the OxDog. Its concavity is 9 mm, which places the blade in the group of more concave blades. This concavity is from the heel to the tip along its entire length. The Razor is also a slightly pre-bent blade with the tip twisting inwards and downwards. Thanks to this information, we know that the Razor blade is excellent for sweeper shoot and also for slap shoot. The ball holds on to the blade and moves in the pocket, which was created due to the high concavity and pre-bending. Working with the ball is also improved by the material of the blade, which makes it smooth and the ball does not bounce, but at the same time retains great shooting properties.

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RAZOR

RAZOR

The Razor blade is the most universal blade by the OxDog. Its concavity is 9 mm, which places the blade in the group of more concave blades. This concavity is from the heel to the tip along its entire length. The Razor is also a slightly pre-bent blade with the tip twisting inwards and downwards. Thanks to this information, we know that the Razor blade is excellent for sweeper shoot and also for slap shoot. The ball holds on to the blade and moves in the pocket, which was created due to the high concavity and pre-bending. Working with the ball is also improved by the material of the blade, which makes it smooth and the ball does not bounce, but at the same time retains great shooting properties.

The ribbing and the thick cross in the heel make the Razor high torsionally rigid blade. The heel is very hard and thus directs energy directly to the shoots. Which makes the Razor the ideal shooting blade. Your shoots will be really hard! The backhand side of the blade is relatively straight. It turns up to its last third. The tip of the blade turns inwards and downwards. This is great, because the bending of the blade does not matter when shooting backand. You can use quite a lot of backhand blade area. So Razor is ideal for backhand play.

OxDog Razor is a universal floorball blade. It will help you with all types of shoots and with the passing. Razor will improve your work with the ball. We would recommend it to players who like a high control over the ball, but can still shoot hard. The weight of the blade is 75g.

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Peter Shooter
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+44 330 808 5845
At workdays: 8:00-16:30

info@efloorball.net

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