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01-05-2007, 12:10 PM
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Replacement Blade

Hey everyone, I need some as to what kind of blade should I buy for ROLLER HOCKEY. I recently bought a blade made out of wood but the bottom part shattered, afterwards I bought a composite blade but the bottom part also shattered. So If anyone can tell me what kind of blades are better for roller hockey . Thanks

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I personally like the vector v40 for roller.

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Your gonna want something with ABS on the bottom. It's wooden, with plastic on the bottom essentially, it should help.

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thanks everyone.

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easton yzerman z abs. it is incredibly durable and lasts for months on my friend's very rough street (even after countless slappers). it is a wood/abs hybrid (predominantly abs) and has ceased to amaze me. i recently got a synergy II tapered shaft and put a ccm vector v5.0 tapered blade on it and it seems to be working very well. i highly recommend the easton yzerman z abs if you have a traditional shaft. if not the ccm vector v5.0 is the way to go. if you prefer a forsberg curve, try the easton x abs blade which i have yet to try but i believe it's the same build. hope this helps.

z abs: http://hockeymonkey.com/easton-rbzabssr06.html
x abs: http://hockeymonkey.com/easton-rbxabssr06.html
v5.0: http://hockeymonkey.com/ccm-rbv5sr.html


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