The big gift on all young hockey players list this year.....a Floorball stick with a Trix+ / Zorro blade. A growing trend fuelled by social media, so here is the HockeyStickMan's opinion of the product...
When I was growing up there was a large culture of criticism for too much stick handling, as players we were encouraged to "dump the puck" and make the easy plays, old school systematic hockey, and I hated that. But today's game has changed into an NHL that encourages creativity and raw talent, and we are seeing this in a wave of new young players emerging as the top players on just about every NHL team in the league now. So creativity, fun, and seeing just what people can do...I say bring it on!
When I worked at BC Hockey we used to play Floorball in our High Performance camps. It was a way to have a little off ice fun but while continuing to focus on the game. Kids don't think of playing around with a floorball stick as practice but when doing it they are developing their skills. When I first tried the trick stick I found that I really enjoyed playing around and trying a few things, and really addicting (not that I am prepared to showcase my talents or anything).
We worked a deal to get 300 of these sticks in before the holidays, so I am able to sell them off at $64.99 as a holiday deal to our customers, amazingly we have sold through most of what we brought in and I am working on getting more!
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Note: Click here for a How To Zorro Video from Pavel Barber
My boys have seen you tube videos of kids with zorro sticks, they look like the toe is curved way more then in the store photo you have online. Are they using these ones and bending them more some how or is there a more curved blade now? It looks like the toe of the white blade in this photo is even more so then the black blade the link takes you to review the product. Is the white one curved more?
what sight should i go on to find a zorro stick with a big curve to do tricks with