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Forest Ice Aluminum Octagonal Broom

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Forest Ice Aluminum Octagonal Broom - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

For the accuracy and precision you want while playing broomball, choose the Forest Ice Aluminum Octagonal Broom. This broom is designed with a carved head to optimize contact with the ball for a straight, precise shot. The curved design is featured on both the front and the back of the head to meet the needs of both forehand and backhand shots. The octagonal shaft offers a firm, comfortable grip for improved performance.

  • Curved head which optimizes contact with the ball and provides a straight, precise shot
  • The distinct curve is on both the front and back of the head to accommodate for both forehand and backhand shots
  • Octagonal shaft provides a firm, comfortable grip
  • Forest Ice
Country of Origin: Canada
Web ID: 4417641

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Functional For the price it works- the end caps need to be taped down though- our entire team lost theirs during the game- very distracting and potentially dangerous- had we taped them down this would have been an easy fix April 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth every cent!!! I have been playing broomball in the Syracuse Parks and Rec league for over ten years and have played with many different sticks, this one is as good as any. It is the best dollar for dollar stick I have ever used. The shaft is as strong as any other aluminum shaft I've had and the head is nice and strong for slap shots and the curved head has nice control on wrist shots and passes. October 7, 2011
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