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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.
Choose the side where you hold the stick as follows - if you hold the stick:
Zone floorbal produces its blades in two materials. Material PE available in hardness - medium, medium + and hard. The second PP material is referred to as Air Soft Feel or Air Hard. It is a “rubber” plastic blend that helps with technology. Balloon on the blade does not bounce, missiles are less sharp but accurate. The Air Soft Feel Zone is about 5g lighter than the classic middle blade. The disadvantage of this material is the bullet. The ball from the blades does not fly at the same speed as from the Klacsice middle version, so the blade is not built for a longer distance shot.
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.