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Unihoc Unity floorball blade
New thinking in the design from Unihoc
Unihoc Unity floorball blade is a real shot blade with a good cavity that boosts the balls speed.
Basically, Unity is based on the Cavity blade. However, it differs on several points from its predecessor. If you look closely, you'll see the ribs in the blade run completely different. Unity has longitudinal ribs that have a downward endeavor. Most floorball blades have ribs that run upwards. As the ribs run downward, the blade is perceived to be more torsional stiff and harder.
The transverse ribs are like sun rays and here you recognize the pattern from Player and Player+. Unihoc has thus combined two good blades and probably gotten one even better.
But perhaps Unity's most distinctive feature is that it has double crossbars in the blade heel. Partly, it has the usual continuation of the blade neck. Towards the blades lower rim, it gets wider. Added to this is another reinforcement that completely fills the space between two of the ribs in the heel. A stable blade heels makes you perceive the blade as harder and it also makes you shoot harder.
At Unihoc Unity, the blade rim is a bit wider on the forehand side. This gives you have a small edge to help you keep the floorball ball in control at all times.
|Blade Neck inner diameter:||18 mm|
|No. of screws:||2|
|Screw mounting:||Tip and heel|