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  1. Disclaimer for the haters....this is not an advertisement and I am in no way affiliated with a company. Not that any of you will know.....but I've spent a lot of time trying to come up with adding "grip" to my slick sticks or worn out grip sticks. I've tried everything.... Candy Cane Easton Tacky Cloth Rubber dips Spray lacquer with dippling before it dries etc. etc. etc..... I think I've finally come across something that many of you will like. I've been playing with it for about 2 weeks now and it works great and seems to be pretty damn durable. It's a company in Canada called NoSkid.com. It's a Clear Textured Epoxy Spray. It's used to makes slick floors safer by adding texture to them. For $20 per can I thought I would give it a try. Took about 2 weeks to arrive. I sprayed it onto the area of my sticks where I hold for slap shots and stick handling. I figured it would be over kill to do the whole stick. I let it dry over night and used it the next day for my game. The result is not so much a traditional grip but more like the new nipple grip. It adds a texture instead of a rubberized feeling. It took no time to get used to it and the responsiveness I felt was very good. I think I'm going to play around with adding it to the blade of the stick to see how well it would do for roller hockey to replace taping the blade. I've included pics and a website for those interested. You can see the type of texture it adds in the pics. Let me know if you'd like to see more of have questions. No Skid Website Pic 1 Pic 2 Pic 3 Pic 4
  2. I got new skates with Labeda Addiction wheels on; First time I took them out for practice (1h), indoor polished concrete tiles rink, they easily felt the best wheels I've ever skated on, I've never experienced such a good grip before. Second and third timed I played on the hockey plastic tiles with equally excellent grip (ca. 2x 1h). Fourth time on wooden court, no complaints. Fifth time I went for a brief 30min practice in an outdoor polished concrete tiles rink (same surface as the indoor concrete tiles rink) and experienced a superb grip also. (I used to play on this rink over summer with my previous wheels/skates and the rink was feeling very slippery (to everyone)) However yesterday, on the same rink as the first time (indoor polished concrete tiles) the wheels had no grip whatsoever and I was sliding all over the place. I even tried cleaning the wheels with paper tissues in case there was some dirt/dust residue on the wheels but that didn't help. It felt the same or even worse than my previous wheels on that same rink. It really is a mystery to me how the wheels could have lost grip on the very same rink in course of a few weeks / 5 hrs of use. I'm going to play on the plastic tiles tonight so I'll see how the grip is there.
  3. Hey guys, first post here. I play on a fairly small rink (the JCC in Michigan), which means I'm turning more often and lose speed on the turns. I'm currently skating on Hornet Splits. What wheels do you reccommend I switch to, in order to maintain speed on fast turns? Thanks
  4. Many players use an extra long tape job for their knob/grip, but it doesn't seem to offer any advantage over a shorter tape job if it doesn't extend all the way to where the player puts his bottom hand (which it rarely does). I'm guilty of trying this tape job out for style purposes, but it doesn't really serve any function for me. To people who use an extra long tape job on their knob: why do you do it? Is it purely for style, or do you find that tape job useful? Here's Nikita Scherbak with a great example of what I'm talking about. Looks great, but doesn't seem to offer any particular advantage, as his bottom hand is below the tape:
  5. I have a Bauer Nexus 400 INT 60 flex. I always use INT sticks uncut if they are 57" because I like a really whippy flex and have to cut SR sticks too much. I recently got an Oggie Classic grip after searching around, and I want to try it out, but I never realized you have to cut almost 8" off of the stick to attach it. I have never put in a plug but I want to know if I cut my 60 flex, then put this grip on, will it make up for the cut and return it to the original 60-ish flex, or will the flex be determined by the cut, meaning it will now be closer to 80. Thanks in advance.
  6. Is it just me or does anybody else like...really hate the grip on the LE? I picked one up at a total hockey somewhat near me and just hated it. I feel like somebody will say "its the same grip as the regular" but I swear it didn't feel it. Anyways, the texture alone would prevent me from buying it. Am I the only one?
  7. So I have had 2 apx's while having my NXG Glove(with the PU inserts on the palms) and both have matte finish and for christmas I got an NXG with grip..Now a I've said before the gloves have been used heavily beings i bought them right at the release and use them close to 4 times a week. But I strongly feel the grip is what is doing the damage to my bottom hand which is tearing the PU inserts off, by the threads(the top hand's insert finally ripped in half but thats a common problem for everyone). Bottom line is, is there anything I can do to prevent the bottom hand PU inserts from coming off and do you guys' face this issue with regular nash/micronash/digital/msh3/etc. palms without the patches?
  8. KiskiSnipes19

    Hockey stick preferences?

    For me, taped heel to toe with Renfrew pro-blade xt tape, and a thin layer of sex wax. Grip is a 1/2 inch width knob, and the rest is ribbed.