Refining the New Tech

Kerrigan, Andy
December 2006
SGB;Dec2006, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p27
Trade Publication
The article describes the new materials, technologies, and manufacturing techniques that are driving the hockey industry. One-piece composite sticks and other lightweight, durable sticks are the trend. New foam technologies are allowing for lighter, less bulky skates. Female consumers don't want women-specific products; they want the best equipment in their size. Equipment from Easton, Reebok, and Nike Bauer is featured.


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