- 440 – 450 g
- 100% T30 Carbon fibre
- 3D grip
- Constant Flex
- Extra Light blade construction
- length: 63”/160 cm

Price
60,00 €
Availability
Temporarily out of stock

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Cannon B16 Barkov Edition INT, Flex: 60

Cannon B16 Barkov Edition INT, Flex: 60

  • Cannon B16 Barkov Edition INT, Flex: 60
  • Bäckström Lapa also Barkov Custom Blade
  • Cannon B16 Barkov Edition INT, Flex: 60
  • Sakic Blade
  • Cannon B16 Barkov Edition INT, Flex: 60
  • Aleksander Barkov playing Cannon
  • Cannon 3D grip
  • Cannon Blade Patterns

Bäckström/Ovechkin (C92) Blade:

  • LIE: 5.5
  • Mid Curve
  • Slight+ Open
  • Mid- Length

Description: This is a big mid curve with an open face.
Advantages: This is the stickhandling curve. Toe drags, dekes, and straight up dangling will be easier with the P92, because you can cup the puck better. The P92 is also great for snap shots because of the deep mid curve. The open face also makes it easier to raise the puck when you are in tight close to the net. Lastly, this curve is great for saucer passes.
Drawbacks: The mid curve and open face makes backhand passing and shooting difficult.

Bottom Line: If stickhandling and quick snap shots are what you’re looking for, the P92 is for you.


Sakic Blade:

  • LIE: 5.5
  • Mid Curve
  • Slight- Open
  • Mid+ Length

This is still the most popular blade pattern in hockey. The rockered base of the blade allows you to keep the puck toward the toe and lift the heel off the ice in order to load the blade. Whether you’re going high or low, with your hands in the right spot out in front of the puck, you will look the same to the goalie.


Lucenius (C89) Blade:

  • LIE: 5.0
  • Super Curve
  • Open Face
  • Short Length

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