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Unihoc blades

Floorball blade is practically the most important part of floorball stick. Most influences the characteristics of the entire floorball stick during the game itself. Most floorball players do not care as much about the characteristics of the shaft as it is on the blade. When choosing, remember that the brand of floorball sticks and blades must match. Each manufacturer has its original shape and grating blades. They may vary in size, recess (concavity) and degree of pre-bending overall. Read more about each blade parameter below.

Blade SIDE

Choose the side where you hold the stick as follows - if you hold the stick:

  • left hand down, select "left"
  • right hand down, select "right"

Blade Material by Unihoc:

Most players play with a standard PE blade of medium hardness. This is because it is the most common blade that comes on a complete floorball. Most players would recommend this option, but if you want to try something new or experiment, you can choose from different materials or blade hardness. PP or polypropylene is a very popular blade recently. This material is more flexible and supports the work with the ball. Balloon from the blade does not bounce so much, but less bent in the shot.

PE (Polyethylene)

  • classic blade
  • good suspension in the shot - the shaft energy is well transmitted to the blade
  • Feeling harder than PP
  • can be sworn
  • slides well on rubber surfaces

PP (polypropylene)

  • feel rubber blade
  • feeling for the balloon - supports the work with the balloon
  • soft processing - the ball does not bounce too much
  • simple recordings
  • less blade response when firing - less energy is transferred from the shaft towards the blade
  • coarser material - more on the rubber surface of the wood
  • can not bend well - returns to its original state

Hardness blades Unihoc

Unihoc produces three classic hardnesses (hard, medium and soft) in PE (polyethylene) and medium and hard hardness in PP (polypropylene). PP blades are referred to as Feather Light (medium hardness) and Titanium (hard). These blades are 4g lighter and are more flexible and support ball work. Balloon from the blade does not bounce so much, but less bent in the shot.

  • Soft - PE soft
  • Medium - PE medium
  • Hard - PE hard
  • Feather Light Medium - PP medium hardness
  • Titan - PP hard

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