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DEEMONZ LABS

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At DEEMONZ Floorball Labs, we continuously carry out research and development (R&D) with advanced materials. Together with extensive testing and refinements, we’ve unlocked the key to high quality floorball products and customer satisfaction. By working in partnership with the utmost international floorball expertise, we can understand the design challenges and find new solutions. This strategy gives us the opportunity to always use the best in class technology and knowledge to create new innovative floorball products and services. We always strive to challenge the boundaries, and we do it for you.

 
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With a unique design formulation process we develop a multi-layer Japanese-made full carbon fiber floorball shaft with exceptional lightness, strength, and stiffness providing structural stability and precise weight distribution. The X-FLEX technology not only has bending strength but is also less resistant to breaking by improved elongation and strength of the high-elasticity material in the bias layer to achieve higher performance. The floorball shaft characteristics, such as flexibility, torque, weight and energy kick point, are determined by how these layers are combined. Our X-FLEX technology shaft provides unprecedented floorball game control and an explosive energy kick and precision to the shoot.

 
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FLEX LEVEL

Deflection or flex is measured in millimeters (approx. 24-34 mm) and describes how bendable the shaft is. Flex is an important parameter for creating a personalized game feeling and maximize individual playability. In practice the flex is used when shooting and pressing the shaft towards the surface. A softer shaft can be bent more and thus has a higher flex value, compared to a harder shaft which cannot be bent as much and therefore has a lower flex value. The choice of flex is individual and dependent on the player type and strength. As a general guidance flex 31-34 fits younger players, 27-30 the majority of players and 24-26 advanced and professional players.

 

Choose the right blade

 

The floorball blades are engineered and categorized to fit player needs. Every detail are carefully evaluated and developed ranging from ergonomics, centre of gravity, weight, material properties, shape dynamics and the form transition between shaft and blade. The shape, thickness and properties of the materials have been evaluated in order to offer different features such as torsional strength and bending stiffness. RADIQAL features a unique and unprecedented material composition where Soft gives a softer game feel and player characteristics, whilst Medium and Hard provides harder blades with the opportunity to optimize for flexible player properties. SweepSmart technology provides aerodynamic features to control the airflow through the blade and provide low friction against the surface.

 
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DESIGN

The SHOGUN blade features a higher curve and concavity profile, with reinforced matrix for added durability. Improved game control, with superior precision and power to the shoot.

EMPEROR features a lower curve and concavity profile for most flexibility. The unique geometry provides unprecedented stability and game control with excellent passing capabilities and shoot release.

SweepSmart technology provides aerodynamic features to control the airflow through the blade and provide low friction against the surface.

 
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MATERIAL

RADIQAL features a unique and unprecedented material composition where Soft gives a softer game feel and player characteristics, whilst Medium and Hard provides harder blades with the opportunity to optimize for flexible player properties.

 
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LEFT or RIGHT

If you hold the stick with your right hand on top of the shaft and your left hand down the shaft, you are a left-handed shooter.

If you hold your stick with your left hand on top of the shaft and the right hand down the shaft, you are a right-handed shooter.

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LENGTH

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