The Key here is… “Solid construction due to 2-3/4″ pipe connections (pipe inside the pipe).”
This photo above is the complete package for $259.00 comes with everything shown in this photo… This past Spring I bought an Ez Goal from Hockey shot… I knew this goal was coming out yet couldn’t wait. The EZ goal only is 2″ pipe and it dents when you have a shot over 60mph or more. I have yet to test this net but know how it is constructed this net is built a whole lot better than an EZ goal. Don’t get me wrong.. I don’t have any buyer regret with the EZ Goal… I enjoy that thing very much. It is very light weight and worth every penny I spent. But if you are looking for something that will last you a long long time… spend the extra money. for more info Click Here
Also get 10 bucks off this net so the total will be $249.00 use code “UPPER10OFF”
Have no idea what “Larp-n” is? Or aka Larp, Larping. Well here is the Definition from wiki “A live action role-playing game (LARP) is a form of role-playing game where the participants physically act out their characters’ actions. The players pursue goals within a fictional setting represented by the real world, while interacting with each other in character. The outcome of player actions may be mediated by game rules, or determined by consensus among players. Event arrangers called gamemasters decide the setting and rules to be used and facilitate play.”
Well the first rude and crude look of my basement hockey training center (can i call it center yet? or should I just go with area?) When the money starts rolling in… I’ll be able to slowly but surely (don’t call me Shirley) set up the area the way I want it. But for now it is what it is. Yes in the video that is a huge pool table on the right. Right now it rolled out of the way and acting like a really really big expensive defensemen. Well anyways enjoy the video and more to come…
At age 38 you wouldn’t think starting up hockey (again) is a good thing right? Wrong….! I have never felt so good in my life! I attribute it all to getting back into Hockey.
I been out of the hockey game for at least 15 years. So getting back into it really seems like everything is new again. Hockey sticks made out of carbon fiber and what not. Equipment lighter and stronger! Most importantly there is a TON of useful Off Ice training devices out there. I mean seriously! Where else can you work out, enjoy working out and take out daily stress out on a 6 oz hockey puck? Well the answer is in your garage or basement that is where!
With that all that said. I got my Dry land Floor tiles in from Hockey Shot. Before I could even get home. My young ones have already tore into the boxes. So there will be no photos or video of any un-boxing.
In the photo here are Hockey shots Dry land Floor tiles (21 tiles total). Click here for more info They are 18″ x 18″ and made of (i think) a plastic called HDPE (high density poly ethylene) or Delrin plastics mixture with added slip agent (to make them slick). Why is it a must need to know this info? Well you really don’t need to but I use to work in the plastics industry for over 16 years so I feel compelled to give you all the info. With the added slip agent molded right in this product. Over time and the more you use these tiles the more the slip agent will permeate out. That will make them feel more and more like ice. Because they are made out of this plastic also makes them very very durable and will last you a long time if not forever… More on this product review soon . Along with video…Follow us on facebook
Green Biscuit which can be found at our new sponsor Hockey Shot is a stick handling training puck. Right off the bat I will say “do not shoot with it”. I heard others say “oh dude you can totally shoot with it”. Well it was bad information. One dink off the post and this thing cracked like an egg. (as you can see above). Even with that said I highly recommend anyone with a driveway, garage floor or even a shooting pad to get this device. It slides great and is an awesome device to practice stick handling. Read more of my review over at The Hockey Network