8oz, 6oz & 3oz Assorted Stickhandling Balls - 3 Pack
The Smarthockey 10oz Ball to develop strength, the 3oz Ball develops speed and the 6oz Ball helps players develop a “feel” for the puck and super “soft” hands
#1 HOCKEY TRAINING BALLS IN THE WORLD: The Smarthockey Training Balls are used by top pro, collegiate and junior players across North America, Europe and Asia as an essential part of their hockey training and pre-game warm-up workouts. The Smarthockey Training Balls were developed in 2001 and quickly gained popularity throughout the US, Canada, Sweden, Russia, UK, Germany, Japan and Australia because it mimicked the feeling of stickhandling a puck on ice so closely.
DEVELOP STRENGTH, SPEED and SUPER "SOFT" HANDS with UNMATCHED "FEEL" FOR THE PUCK: Have you ever played against someone so good it was as if the puck was tied to his stick? Have you ever heard the expression "his hands were as soft as pillows"? That only happens because of thousands of hours of practice. The Smarthockey hockey training ball allows you to workout or warm up anywhere so you can develop super "soft" hands and a "feel" for the puck for stick handling, shooting and passing.
PATENTED 2-PIECE DYNAMIC CORE TECHNOLOGY: Believe it or not, there’s actually quite a bit of technology in this little ball. It all starts with the core, a patented compound that’s actually used for non-lethal bullets. It had the perfect weight and bounce characteristics when we combined it with our Surlyn cover. The cover has a story too. It’s actually the same formula used in Titleist golf balls back in 1997. The combination of these materials won us a patent for a simple little ball.
ONLY HOCKEY TRAINING BALLS DURABLE ENOUGH FOR STICK HANDLING, SHOOTING & PASSING: We wanted players to be able to work on their stickhandling, shooting and passing, so we knew our ball had to be durable. We made the cover with the same Surlyn formula that was used in Titleist golf balls back in 1997. We chose this formula because it’s “slap shot proof”. Since 2001, we’ve only had a handful of balls returned and most of them were because they aren’t “dog-proof”.