Sunday, August 19, 2012

Product Updates from Floorballplanet

The new 2013 floorball sticks have arrived!  They are on the shelves and ready for immediate shipment.  We are really excited about the new features that can be found throughout the lineup -- from beginner through elite.  Here are just a few highlights:
At the entry level, the Campus Series is now part of the X3M line.  The popular Campus 36 straight-blade stick features a snazzy new design and sports a more durable stick/blade attachment.  The X3M M-Blade and Control Blade sticks have a new Campus design for 2013.  These popular sticks are available in lengths from 75 cm through 100 cm.

The longest Hockey Canada Matrix stick is now 103 cm, up from 101 cm.  We've also added a 68 cm stick for younger players. 
For tricks and feints, check out the new Aero-Z!  It's available in 92 and 100 cm lengths.  The brand new Quest 2 features a redesign of the popular Quest blade.  The Quest 2 includes a base frame stabilizer, a single horizontal cavity along the blade face, a deeper vertical cavity and a unique toe drag design for increased ball control.  The Quest, Quest 2, Aero, and Sniper series are available with extremely light TourLite shafts.  Now we also carry these models with Oval Grips -- a feature often requested.  

With the arrival of the new sticks, we have incorporated the clearance prices that we've offered for the past few months into the list price for all remaining 2010 sticks, most of the 2011 sticks, and a few of the 2012 models.  While supplies last, this is your chance to move up to a higher-end stick or pick up a few extras at a savings of 25-30%. 

Click here to download a pdf of our new stick catalog or updated group package catalog:

Placing an order is easy.  Visit our FloorballPlanet Online Store to study our entire lineup and place your order online. Or pick up the phone and call 866-693-0925 or 817-806-5002.  We'll be happy to answer any questions or provide additional information.

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To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

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