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Franklin Glow in the Dark Street Hockey Player Stick and Ball Set - Dick's Sporting Goods

Franklin Glow in the Dark Street Hockey Player Stick and Ball Set

Item Number: 10973561
Price: $14.99
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Light up the streets with the Franklin ® Glow in the Dark Player Stick and Ball Set. This unique glow in the dark set includes 2 durable high-impact plastic mini sticks manufactured with pre-curved SHOT ZONE ® textured blades, and 2 soft molded 2" mini balls. With this set, the fun will last all night!

FEATURES:

  • Durable high-impact plastic mini sticks
  • Pre-curved SHOT ZONE ® textured blades
  • 2 player sticks (1 right stick, 1 left stick)
  • 2 soft molded 2" mini balls
  • Franklin


Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Mini Hockey Sticks! These sticks are great for floor hockey. Great quality that won't lose stiffness or break easily. One persons review said that they are 1 foot long, but that is because they are mini hockey sticks. . . Get these Sticks January 11, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by These hockey sticks are a disappointment My son wants to play street hockey so I went to Dicks and ordered these hockey sticks over the shoulder of one of the store employees. My son could not wait for their arrival! Well, they arrived and we opened the box and he was so disappointed. These sticks are about 1 foot long. He has to kneel to play with them and he is only 6! Unless you child is 2 or younger, I wouldn't recommend them. June 3, 2012
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