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Hockey Shooting Pad Pro | HockeyShot
Hockey Shooting Pad Pro | HockeyShot

Product description

HDPE Plastic Hockey Practice Shooting Pad

 

Perfect for anyone who wants to improve their on-ice game at home, the HockeyShot Shooting Pad makes an excellent indoor and outdoor trainer. It simulates the smooth, slick feeling of the rink so you can work on passing, stickhandling and shooting. And you don’t have to worry about rough asphalt chewing up your blade either.

 

Features of hockey shooting pad

*Use it to practice shooting, passing and stickhandling.

*Protect your sticks from rough pavement and concrete.

*Bevelled edges make it easier to get pucks onto the mat.

*No more tape marks on your floor or driveway.

*UV protection makes it excellent for summer training.

*Handle makes it easy to carry.

*Beveled edge makes it easy to get pucks onto mat

*Handle for easy pick up and carrying

*Practice shooting skill anywhere

*Works with ice or roller pucks

*Available in all size

*Simulate real on ice puck action

*Great surface for any hockey player to practice and increase his or her stick handling and shooting skills

*Thin enough to roll up yet thick enough for a smooth feel on heavy slap shots.

*Great surface for any hockey player to practice stickhandling and shooting.

 

The material used to make the shooting pads is HDPE or High-density polyethylene. This material is known to be very durable (lasting over 100 years in some cases) and also be very slippery. HDPE is used in snowboarding and skiing to construct boxes and rails, and also in the boards that are used in hockey arenas.

 

HDPE is also used to make hockey dasher boards, 


and rails / boxes used for snowboarding and skiing


Perfect for anyone who wants to improve their on-ice game at home, the HDPE Shooting Pad makes an excellent indoor and outdoor trainer.


It simulates the smooth, slick feeling of the rink so you can work on passing, stickhandling and shooting. And you don’t have to worry about rough asphalt chewing up your blade either.