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|714903-006L||bombay blue||Medium - lightweight||Left (left hand down) Left hand below||PP - polypropylen||Sold out This product can no longer be purchased and we cannot guarantee its availability.|
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Floorball blade Fat Pipe PWR is a torsional rigid blade designed specifically for hard shoots. Rigidity is the highest of all Fat Pipe blades. This rigidity is due to the 6-rib blade structure and the wedges that are along the bottom and top edges. The PWR is stiffer even more than the ORC blade, even the tip of the blade. Thanks to this rigidity, the blade is excellent for slap shoot.
In addition to hard shots, the blade also provides excellent ball handling. The concavity and shape of the blade is very similar to the ORC blade. However, the shooting is different. This is mainly due to one additional central rib. The ORC blade has 3, but the PWR blade has 4. The four center ribs make the blade more even and provide more contact area. So even though the blade is very stiff and hard, it is suitable for technique and work with the ball.
PWR has a classic Fat PiPe underhook with an extended bottom edge. This edge folds to kick the ball properly and improves sweeper shoot. The blade is slightly rounded and inhabits its third, but the tip itself is straight. As the only blade on the market, this blade is easily selected on the backhand side - a simpler backhand game. Its weight is 75 grams.
FH, or factory hook means the factory pre-bending of the blade. It doesn't matter if this blade is JAB, ORC, PWR or BONE. FH technology (bending) can be applied to any blade. So what is FH? FH is a simple pre-bend of the blade. The classic manufacturing process ends when the blade is extruded. FH bending continues. The blade is heated up and its tip bends inwards and down. According to the degree of bending, we distinguish 2 types of FH bending:
The blade modified in this way will help you with handles, passing, wrist shooting and a little bit also with sweeper shoot, but it is not significant for sweeper shoot. There is almost no difference between a slap shot and a backhand game compared to the original version of the blade.