Saturday, May 25, 2013

The very best small net!

Floorball might be played in full size or scaled down. As a scaled down sport 3 on 3 with small nets is a basic form of the sport and some connoisseurs find this to be one of the most noble forms of the sport since the many touches on the ball for each player (aka "player touch per time unit") is far more efficient than large Floorball as from the personal improvement perspective and,,, also it is a heck of a way to fast provide a good work-out.
No wonder that this form of the sport,,, come with its own names like "Swiss Floorball" or Sähly in Finnish..
The best net in the USA for scaled down Floorball.
Normally we are not to impressed of the products from indoor hockey emulator producers like Mylec and Franklin.  From a Floorball perspective all their sticks and stick related products are unreal to any serious Floorball player. Most goals and face-masks are rather odd stuff too.

But this net from Franklin is almost the perfect net for scaled down Floorball on a small court., Here - some unique features. It is lightweight and comes in one piece and it folds almost automatically into four long tubes. It takes in principle one big shake of the poles to mount the net and to fold it down you gently just open the corners and fold it. This solution is a knock-out feature as it comes in one piece and no lose details. The other good thing is the net mesh - a kind that it is small enough not to let Floorballs through the net.

The best of all is that this net right now is available in some Target stores in USA as a MLS Soccer goal - and they just ask like $ 10 for one net so you can not beat this price.. We say go buy one today.

The only drawback is perhaps the lightweight ( good for kids to work with and carry) as you start to load with full force shooting these nets will start to move on the Floor. But as long as you do not do shooting activities and you play scaled down Floorball 3 on 3 - we think this is the best pick you can make.
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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
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.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!