Hockeyshot Hockey Dangle Puck 2.0
The Hockeyshot Hockey Dangle Puck 2.0 takes the original Stedol Dangle Puck to the next level. This puck will glide, slide and ride any hard, flat surface. Enjoy a realistic on-ice training experience, off the ice with this crazy puck. The Dangle Puck puck is a game changer and allows any hockey player to gain the confidence to dangle around any opponent! Unlike the original Dangle Puck, the version is improved with a rubber core, so go ahead and stickhandle, pass or even shoot the puck and let it rip.
The Dangle Puck 2.0 goes toe-to-toe drag with any other dryland puck you’ve ever tried! A stainless steel ball bearing is found on both sides, so when the puck flips over you don’t lose that slick, smooth glide.
- Pucks are in stock and ship from Vancouver, BC, Canada.
- Provides the best slide of any puck on the market today.
- Exactly the same size and weight as a traditional ice hockey puck.
- Plastic gliding surface designed to minimize friction.
- Stainless steel ball bearing located on both sides.
- Both interior and exterior rubber core.
- Not recommended to be used on asphalt or pavement (can be used, but slides better on smoother surfaces).
- Idea for training on HockeyShot tiles and/or shooting pads.
- NOTE: Shooting speed limit of 90 km/h (50 mph).
Buy your Hockeyshot Hockey Dangle Puck 2.0 today in Vancouver or online to elevate your hands to the next level!
The Biscuit that started it all! And still the best off-ice puck to practice your stickhandling and passing.
Slides effortlessly on virtually any rough surface so you can play on driveways, parking lots, streets, basements, tennis courts, etc.
- Stays flat ‰ÛÒ won‰۪t tumble or flip over
- Plays on the street like a real puck on ice!
- Ideal for beginners up to pros
- Makes playing and training convenient and fun
- Great for street, roller or recreational hockey and off-ice training
- Helps develop confidence and improve the three primary stickhandling skills: one-touch passing, toe-drags, and saucer passes
- For passing andåÊstick handlingåÊpractice only. Do not use foråÊshooting practice.\