ProPuck 8183 Inline Hockey Puck

ProPuck 8183 Inline Hockey Puck

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4.5 Stars based on 8 Review(s)
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ProPuck 8183 Inline Hockey Puck

  • Vulcanized rubber construction
  • Crosshatch patterned edge
  • heavier weight and unique feel presents the roller hockey player a truly different option from all the other pucks out there
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ProPuck 8183 Inline Hockey Puck
4.5 Stars based on 8 Review(s)
4 Stars

Decent Puck
August 27, 2012
I've been playing ice hockey for 20 years and these have a good feel like the ice, not great though. Only other problem I've ever noticed is that the teeth blow out easily on cold days. I usually go through about 6 of these a summer, but I play a couple days a week.

5 Stars

Pro Puckca
April 28, 2012
a little harder to get it of the air which is good deacuse its a bit of a challenge

5 Stars

The Outdoor Puck
September 16, 2011
This puck glides well and if you bust off a tooth with a slapper it doesn't render the puck useless. For that reason alone it's worth paying the extra over a Turbo puck (which glide slightly better but bust with anything more than a wrister)

5 Stars

Slide like ice
June 30, 2011
I play with a professional hockey player and we use these when we play roller hockey, they work great! My dad also sues these, and wants to buy more of them.

5 Stars

excellent on concrete & pavement
January 5, 2011
Most amazing street hockey puck out there. A must have for every one who plays on their driveway to practice. I learned the hockey scoop using the ProPuck

4 Stars

September 26, 2010
great for outdoor use. I don't really use mine to take slapshots though, I just use it for passing/stickhandling and it holds up well. It glides on the cement really well and doesn't pop up all that often. for indoor though, gotta go with Rocket Pucks.

Brandon L.
4 Stars

Great Passing
April 14, 2010
The great thing about these pucks is that they glide on the medium rough cement better than any puck I've used before. Only drawbacks are, hard to slapshot with and glide pins break very easily when puck hits the posts and crossbar.

5 Stars

Pretty Good
March 29, 2009
I play pick up games with these pucks all the time. They're great pucks, but for me, they're kinda hard to go forehand-backhand quickly a bunch of times while skating. The puck moves smooth, but they definitely don't move like pucks on ice. I would say it makes the game move a little slower than on ice.