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HockeyShot’s Extreme Dryland Puck has 12 gliders on both sides for more speed on shooting pads, flooring tiles and other smooth surfaces. It’s the same size as a regulation puck, and is even ridged on the side for a real-puck feeling on your stick.
- 12 plastic gliders on both sides for unmatched speed.
- Rubber construction and grooved on the sides like a real ice hockey puck.
- Same size as real ice hockey puck, but 1 oz. lighter.
- Stays flat and won't tumble or flip over.
- Great for developing "toe drag" technique and various other puck-handling skills.
- Can be used on any smooth flat surface.
- One of the only training pucks designed for shooting.
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Testimonials by the Pros
"The HS Extreme Dryland Puck is the best off-ice training puck I’ve come across! I use it in combination with the HS Extreme Glide Synthetic Ice, the glide and overall feel is just like ice and I can fire it no problem without damaging it. Their training aids are now an essential part of my off-ice training. Join the HS revolution, I did!”
-Jordan Staal, Professional Hockey Player
"I'm always looking for an edge to my game. HockeyShot products, like the Extreme Dryland Puck, are great to help keep my puck handling & shooting sharp during the summer. All of their products help me to prepare better for the next season.”
-John Tavares, Professional Hockey Player
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29 Apr 2017
really responds well and feels "real"
22 Apr 2017
If I had to do it over again I would of just bought the tiles! They are awesome but the passer *****.
26 Jan 2017
It was a gift, he loved it
26 Jan 2017
Works perfect on the shooting pad
24 Jan 2017
these pucks have taking a serious beating against the posts of our goal and they are holding up great.
15 Nov 2016
Good item for the price and very durable
08 Nov 2016
Best puck for synthetic ice.
26 Oct 2016
Works as advertised, it makes working on my dangles a lot easier!
04 Oct 2016
GOOD FOR OFF ICE PRACTICE
25 Aug 2016
Doesn't slide as well as I would have liked.