|Product code||Color||Blade hooking||Stick length||Availability||Price|
|21F_1-1091103-0708-103R||white / orange||Right (right hand down) Right hand below||103cm (=113cm)||
In stock (1 pcs)
|21F_1-1091103-0708-100L||white / orange||Left (left hand down) Left hand below||100cm (=110cm)||till 3 days \ The product will usually be in stock to the specified number of working days.||
|21F_1-1091103-0708-103L||white / orange||Left (left hand down) Left hand below||103cm (=113cm)||till 3 days \ The product will usually be in stock to the specified number of working days.||
|21F_1-1091103-0708-100R||white / orange||Right (right hand down) Right hand below||100cm (=110cm)||till 3 days \ The product will usually be in stock to the specified number of working days.||
PowerLite™ Aero™ technology is a lightweight version of the PowerLite shaft. These shafts are a lightweight and well-balanced. Powerlite™ Aero™ technology use a special carbon fiber structure. Salming discovered this special structure while developing squash rackets. This new material mixture has better absorption properties. Shafts from the PowerLite™ Aero™ series are among the lightest shafts. This technology is characterized by the composition: 95% carbon and 5% Vectran - a special resin that makes these floorball sticks better. The older models are made of 100% carbon.
There are several types of handling shapes, but there is no universal recommendation which shape is the best. It is just a subjective feeling. For example: Oval is an oval profile of a floorball stick. Floorball sticks with oval handling are generally heavier, so Salming uses a lightweight material here, which reduces the weight of the stick. The Salming handling shapes are:
The Salming Flow floorball blade is exactly what every shooter needs! This is a very light blade with an emphasis on its accuracy! The Flow blade is also excellent at the ball control. After all, that is why it was created. Salming Flow has a concavity of 9.4 mm. The cavity extends from the heel to the blade top. This blade is also pre-bent. This pre-bend starts in the meddle of the blade and goes towards the tip of the blade. The tip then turns very slightly inwards and downwards as well.
The circumferential frame is taken from the blade Salming Quest. The ribbing is inspired by the blade Salming Raptor. All longitudinal ribs of the Flow blade are T-shaped, which ensures perfect torsional rigidity (torsional rigidity). Thanks to this, the blade can transfer energy to the ball well and at the same time provide you highly accurate shots. The shots are fast and accurate! The cavity at the Flow blade starts right at the hell and stretches to the tip, which can improve your ball control - it keeps the ball stuck on the blade.
The pre-bending of the blade causes the back side to be relatively bent. It starts from half blade length. This, of course, affects the backhand game. Flow does not provide enough space for the backhand, so it is not 100% suitable for it. However, this compensates for the blade with its forehand game, especially with sweeper shots!
The Salming Flow blade excels mainly in its accuracy! Flow is a light, rigid blade and you can control the ball perfectly with it. This blade weighs 72 grams. It is a very pre-bent blade, with high concavity. The ball holds nicely on the blade and the shots from this blade are very accurate. Precisely because of these properties, we would recommend the blade to all players, especially shooters!
Very popular floorball grip Salming X3M GripPro ™. Many are considered the best grip on the market in terms of anti-slip properties.
Is not perforated.
|Grip:||X3M Grip PRO|
|Carbon content:||95 % carbon / 5 % Vectran|