Sonic Inline Hockey Puck

Sonic Inline Hockey Puck

$6.99$8.99
Product Code: sncinlnpuck
4.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
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Sonic Roller Hockey Puck

  • Stable - perfectly balanced puck body matched with low profile runners for flatter play - acts like a puck, not a tennis ball
  • Fast - runners infused with Teflon boost speed & cut drag - 6 Power Grooves accelerate the puck off your blade, improve rebound off the boards, & dampen vibration
  • Built Tough - one-piece runner system - long lasting runners wont fall out after a hard slapshot
  • Pure - made in USA with high-impact virgin polymers (no regrinds or scrap) - costs more but performs better
  • Versatile - ideal for indoor & smooth outdoor surfaces
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Sonic Inline Hockey Puck
$6.99
4.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
David
Ajax, Ontario, Canada
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Excellent pucks...
December 2, 2014
I've now been using Sonic's inline pucks for about three years. Although my practice conditions are not great (I practice on an ashphalt road) the pucks have been insturmental in helping to develop my stick handling and my slapshot. They are stable and weighted well. Highly recommendable. My daughter - who is now 8 - also likes your pucks because they come in purple and pink. We have had some great one on ones. The only problem is that three of the pucks have been lost to hungry sewer grates :)

Victor
5 Stars

Favorite Puck
November 2, 2011
I've used plenty of other types of pucks, and this is by far my favorite puck for inline play. Rocket pucks bounce too much, and Hot-Shots spend half the time rolling on edge. Sonic pucks are fast and stay flat.

Levi k.
3 Stars

not bad
June 2, 2010
not to spastic movement and not as slow as other pucks but a little different difficulty for people who don't normally use these pucks



By Tim from Anoka, MN on September 12, 2014
What is the weight of this puck?
By Customer Service on September 16, 2014

Answer:
3.5 Ounces