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Frontier F-Blue ABS Hockey Blade - Senior

Frontier F-Blue ABS Hockey Blade - Senior

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Frontier F-Blue ABS Hockey Blade - Senior

BLADE WILL ONLY FIT NON-TAPERED SHAFTS

  • Blade: Fiberglass reinforced solid ABS
    • *Shorter "Street" blade shape
  • Hosel: Fiberglass laminate reinforced
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Frontier F-Blue ABS Hockey Blade - Senior
$21.99
3 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Jake
United States
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Okay
November 28, 2014
It's pretty good. Not great, not bad, just pretty good. I'd buy it again because of the price. With roller hockey blades, the trade off is between how it wears down relative to reinforcement strength and this blade is fairly strong but maybe wears down a little quicker than i'd prefer.



By Steve from Seattle on November 21, 2013
What is the approximate lie of each of these blades? If unknown, which has the lowest lie?
By Customer Service on December 4, 2013

Answer:
Each of the Frontier blades we carry are Lie 6.

By ANTHONY ROMANO from trom1622@verizon.net on March 24, 2015
what does p5,p6 and p19 mean?
By Customer Service on March 24, 2015

Answer:
P5, P6, and P19 are the blade pattern codes the manufacturer uses to tell you which blade pattern is which. Here is the Frontier blade pattern chart to show you what each blade will look like:

Frontier Blade Pattern Chart

By Max from Miami, FL on October 30, 2014
I used to use a CCM Thornton blade for everything, and it seems it's no longer in production. Is the #6 similar to the Thornton blade?
By Customer Service on October 31, 2014

Answer:
Unfortunately, as you said, the Thornton is no longer in production. The P6 is supposed to be similar to the Easton P6/E6 Drury/Parise. The P19 is supposed to be the same as the Easton P3/E3 Sakic/Hall. The P5 is supposed to be the same as the Easton P5/E5 Lidstrom/Getzlaf.

By Greg Huntington from Sf,ca on October 12, 2013
Which one is close to tverdovsky or gagne pattern?
By Customer Service on October 14, 2013

Answer:
Of these 3 curves, the P5 will be the closest to the Gagne pattern.

By Mark Weber from Barrington, New Jersey on March 15, 2015
how long will this blade last on blacktop?
By Customer Service on March 16, 2015

Answer:
This ABS blade is specifically designed for outdoor use, so it should last you at least a year, if not longer.

By Steve from Seattle on December 3, 2013
What is the lie for pattern #6? If unknown, which of the Frontier blade patterns has the lowest lie number? I see the curvature patterns on your website but no lie numbers are provided
By Customer Service on December 4, 2013

Answer:
Each of their blades that we carry come in Lie 6.

By IH from Ny on April 28, 2014
Is the #6 similar to the ccm crossover?
Is this a good blade for roller hockey on a gym floor?
By Customer Service on April 29, 2014

Answer:
The #6 is pretty comparable to the Koho C21 (Jagr). This blade would work for floor hockey.

By Tim from Panama on August 13, 2013
Non-tapered?
By Customer Service on August 15, 2013

Answer:
That blade has a non-tapered hosel.

By Kevin from Philadelphia on December 5, 2013
Would any of these available blade patterns be similar to the Koho Jagr C21 blade?
By Customer Service on December 6, 2013

Answer:
P6 would be the closest to the C21 Koho Pattern.

Weight-
Construction MaterialFiberglass Reinforced ABS
HoselStandard (.620)
Additional Features-
Made In-
WarrantyNo Warranty