Green Biscuit Snipe Inline Hockey Puck

Green Biscuit Snipe Inline Hockey Puck

Product Code: grebiscsnipepck
4 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
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Green Biscuit Snipe Inline Hockey Puck

The Green Biscuit "Snipe" slides effortlessly over concrete and asphalt so let those wrist shots, snappers, and slap shots go and get ready to Snipe! No need for a shooting pad.

Develop the three primary shooting skills every hockey player needs:
  • Wrist Shots
  • Snappers
  • Slapshots
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Green Biscuit Snipe Inline Hockey Puck
4 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Ok Puck
May 22, 2015
I like the weight of the puck but it really got tore up when I used it in the street. Not as durable as I expected.

Orange, California
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Fun tool
March 15, 2015
Got it at christmas and it takes hours of abuse. I use it on the Snipers edge tarp but it's lasted me and I continue to use it. Slides well in the garage, side walk, and in the street. I personally like the softer feel and sound. Shoots like a two piece puck though..
More durable MADE for dangles + snipes Soft feel Soft sound Same slide as the origional

A. M.
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Works well
March 15, 2015
It works well on multiple surfaces, it's a great practice puck, especially for stick handling; however, with the Green Biscuit Snipe you can also practice shooting.

United States
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Training Puck
April 23, 2013
This item is great, does work on any surface. Slides perfectly and feels like a regular puck, and is fun to shoot with. I would have gave this puck a 5/5 rating, but it is lost so easily. I lost it in the grass, then got another one, and lost it TODAY. It completely ruins the experience with the product.
Feels like regular puck Slides Good Shooting is fun
Lost Easily

By Alan from Concord, New Hampshire on July 7, 2013
Is it worth also getting the other green biscuit puck made for stick handling to practice that or does this work good with stick handling too?
By Customer Service on July 8, 2013

The snipe puck also works well for puckhandling.

By misha derdiger from united states on July 26, 2015
what is the difference between the unpack aged and the bilingual
By Customer Service on July 27, 2015

For the Green Biscuit Snipe Inline Hockey Puck, one will be packaged and the other is not packaged.

By Rocco from Hilo, Hawaii on May 5, 2013
Can this version green biscuit be used for game play? Old one was practice only and would shatter if hit goal post
Review given was worthless complaint was "it gets LOST in grass too easy"?
Hahahahha if I pay $15 for ONE puck....imma FIND it. It's GRASS! Not the burmuda triangle
By Customer Service on May 6, 2013

Yes, the Snipe model can handle a bit more abuse, so it should be OK for game use. Game pucks are always the best choice for game use, though.

By RushInPhilly from Richboro, PA on February 2, 2015
What is the weight of this Snipe?
By Customer Service on February 2, 2015

It weighs approximately 5 oz.