|Tacki Mac Hockey Blade Attack Pads||
Rubberized grip pads for the hockey blade. Features vertical ridges and cushion for incredible puck control. Available in several colors in senior and junior sizes.
TheTacki Mac pad is the ultimate in puck control.
- Rubberized grip pad for the blade
- Vertical Ridges keep the puck where you want it
- Cushions the puck for unbeatable control and shot acceleration
- Consistent feel and blade protection you can't get from tape
- Quick and easy to apply - peel and stick
- Stays soft and tacki. Won't absorb water
- Package consist of front and back pads
- Sizes: Senior, Junior
Comments: It took a little bit to get used to, but totally worth it. Great control stick handling and shooting. Will be using these from now on instead of tape.
From: Rob, AB, Canada
Comments: Sooooooooooo happy I tried this. The grip this provides has improved my wrister accuracy noticeably. The puck goes where I want it to more often. Also, helps hang on to pucks when reeving hard passes.
From: Tadas, Westmont, IL
Comments: Not much of a benefit on ice but opens up a whole new world in roller. Now backhand michigans and forehands are no problem. Great inline puck feel, definitely sticking with these tackimacs for a while.
Comments: I've tried blade tape before, and this was my first time using the different brand. I like this attack pad WAYYYY more than the other brand. Using this pad on my stick last night was the first time I used it, and I LOVED it! it worked so great, i felt fantastic with the puck on my stick. I would definately reccomend it to any younger roller player, or someone who'se just looking for a little advantage. It isn't going to be durable i see that, but then again, what actually lasts these days?
From: Nick IL
Comments:I just got one these and used them for the first time last week. It really felt good while stick handling. I had much better control of the puck, I felt.
Comments:This thin & textured rubber blade accesssory really helps in softening & receiving passes. My defensive teammate also purchased one & claims that it aids him in coming away with the puck when under pressure along the boards. Criticisms are that it tears & gets damaged easily and therefore will need to be replaced on a regular basis...so plan on purchasing several, going with the thinner "sandpaper" type, or sticking with "good 'ol" tape.
From: Derek, Milpitas, Ca, USA