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Floorball stick
VX HES VX HES is the name of the lightweight floorball sticks by OxDog. The VX HES shafts are made of premium carbon. Although this premium carbon has managed to reduce the weight of these...
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white / apricot
Blade hooking: Indicates which hand is holding down the stick
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Left (left hand down)
Right (right hand down)
Stick length: The first number indicates the length of the shaft and the second the length of the shaft including the blade. Floorball stick can be shortened on request for 5.3 €!
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101cm (=111cm)
2 years
Versions OxDog VX HES 27 AP OVAL MBC
Product code Color Blade hooking Indicates which hand is holding down the stick
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Stick length The first number indicates the length of the shaft and the second the length of the shaft including the blade. Floorball stick can be shortened on request for 5.3 €!
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52310202 white / apricot Left (left hand down) Left hand below 101cm (=111cm)

In stock (1 pcs)

61.66 £ Old price:  75.35 £
Recommended retail price:  94.21 £

52310203 white / apricot Right (right hand down) Right hand below 101cm (=111cm)

In stock (2 pcs)

61.66 £ Old price:  75.35 £
Recommended retail price:  94.21 £



VX HES is the name of the lightweight floorball sticks by OxDog. The VX HES shafts are made of premium carbon. Although this premium carbon has managed to reduce the weight of these sticks, their weight is around +/- 230 grams. On the other hand, their balance and especially their durability is excellent. VX HES shafts give you perfect balance, hard and accurate shots and really high durability. The main difference of this series compared to other series is the technology: TRIAD-X shaft - special shaft profile. This is not a grip profile, but the shape of the shaft between the blade and the grip. The Triad shaft is a triangle shaped shaft with a molded X shape. According to the manufacturer, this shaft is more durable and offers you higher stick speed = sharper shots!

You can find all the Oxdog technologies directly on the stick. There are pictures of the used technologies on the floorball stick. Here is the list of them:

  • LC - Sticks with LC have a lightweight plug. The plug is smaller, thinner and lighter. Lighter plug = lighter stick. The plug is so small that you may feel like there is no one on the stick. This suits some players, but there are also those who need a bigger plug because it helps them better control their stick.
  • CPB - CARBON POLYMER BLADE - Sticks with this designation are equipped with a carbon blade. More information about the carbon blade can be found below.
  • Triad-X shaft - Triad shaft technology is a label for a special shaft profile. This is not a holding profile (ROUND, OVAL / SWEOVAL, D-OVAL), but the shape of the shaft between the blade and the grip. The Triad shaft is a triangle shaped shaft with a molded X shape. This shaft shape makes your floorball stick more durable and offers you higher stick speed = sharper shots!
  • Carbon T2200 – OxDog uses several types of carbon from T600 and above. T600 is the heaviest carbon, on the contrary, the carbon designation with a higher number is the lightest. The heavier the carbon, the greater its resistance and vice versa. Heavier sticks are therefore more durable than light weight ones. OxDog's carbon stick is labeled "carbon T/HP + number indicating carbon quality".
  • Blow molded - Blow Molded is pressing floorball shafts by using air pressure. The material with the resin (the glue that holds the floorball stick together) is inserted into the mold and around the air bladder at the same time. The shaft mold is heated to the desired temperature. The air bladder begins to fill with air when this temperature is reached. This bladder pushes the material from the center of the mold to its edge. Any sticks shape (oval, round, hockey) can be made by this method. Floorball shafts made in this way have perfect balance and high strength.
  • Hyper fast is the category of your stick strength and speed. OxDog divides its shafts into 4 groups (Hyper, Ultra, Super and Medium fast). Floorball shafts Hyper fast have the highest speed and thus transfer the most energy to your shots. So hyper fast sticks are the fastest sticks!
  • HES resin is type of resin used for this sticks. Lightweight HES resin is used to achieve the lightest possible stick. So the shaft with HES resin are the lightweight floorball sticks.


HES - or HIGH ENERGY SHAFT. This is a unique combination of stick technology. The combination of these factors creates sticks, which are:

  • extremely light
  • high strength
  • at least 20% faster
  • have almost twice the service life

Handling shapes

There are several types of handling shapes, but there is no universal recommendation which shape is the best. It is just a subjective feeling. The OxDog handling shapes are:

  • ROUND - This is a round handling shape. 90% of floorball sticks have this round handling shape.
  • OVAL - This is an oval handling shape. This oval handling shape provides a firmer grip on the stick, but there is higher weight because of more material. This type of handling shape is suitable for players with larger palms.
  • SWEOVAL - This is an oval profile. The name SWEOVAL stands for Swedish Oval. This Swedish oval differs from the classic oval by its size (SWEOVAL is less noticeable). Basically, we can say that the Swedish Oval is an intermediate between the classic round grip and the oval grip.
  • D-OVAL This is a square handling shape with rounded corners. This grip is specific to OxDog sticks. The basic shape of the grip is oval, but the upper part is flattened by 5 mm, so the final shape is a square. However, compared to the HOCKEY handling shape (square profile ), the edges are rounded.

OxDog Avox carbon

Oxdog Avox is a floorball blade developed for shooting! The Avox blade is one of the best-selling blades of the OxDog brand and we recommend it to all shooters, especially those who like to sweeper shoots.

The construction of the Avox blade is different from other OxDog blades, mainly due to the added oblique ribs. The blade therefore has horizontal, horizontal and oblique ribs. The heel is reinforced with both ribs and filled holes. This makes the heel very stable. This construction makes the Avox a highly torsionally rigid blade that holds its shape and transfers your energy to the shoots very well.

The Avox is the blade with the highest concavity of all the OxDog blades. Its concavity is 9.5mm. Such a recess ensures excellent ball control and an accurate shot by pulling. The cavity of the blade starts at the heel and leads obliquely to the tip of the blade. The tip of the blade is slightly bent inwards, but not downwards. This shaped tip improves the ball control at the tip of the blade.

The blade is significantly pre-bent with a slight rounding on the backhand side. This pre-bend begins in the last third of the blade and smoothly passes to the tip, which is pulled up and inwards. The tip of the blade does not form a classic hook, but rather continues with concavity. This results in excellent ball control.

Carbon plate

The blade contains a carbon plate. When you choose a floorball stick by OxDog, you may notice the letters MB/MBC or NB/NBC on Oxdog. These letters indicate the hardness of the blade (MB - medium Blade, NB - normal(soft) Blade). The letter C in the name indicates the embedded carbon plate in the blade. (MBC - medium Blade with Carbon, NBC - normal Blade with Carbon). The carbon plate should prevent the blade from twisting and make the blade more rigid. The blade is harder and therefore better transfers energy to your shoots = harder shoots! You can also find the designation MBC/NBC + number (2) on Oxdog floorball sticks. This is a classic blade with a carbon plate, just the number indicates the number of these plates.

OxDog Touch GRIP

OxDog Touch GRIP is a grip in which great emphasis was placed on its durability, especially in the most stressed parts so that this grip can withstand the maximum possible load and the speed of its wear was minimal. It holds perfectly in the hands, does not slip and wicks sweat away perfectly.

Key properties:

  • standard long grip
  • excellent anti-slip properties
  • extra long life
  • very pleasant grip with perforation for better sweat wicking
  • vibration absorption

Key features
Season: 2023/2024
Flex: The lower number, the harder shaft
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Grip: Touch
Sticks material: Indicates the material used for producing the shaft
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Handling shape: Indicates the shape when holding the stick
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Blade name: Avox Carbon
Blade Hardness: Indicates the hardness of the blade
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Medium - lightweight
IFF Certification: yes
shaft type: straight
Carbon content: 100% carbon
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