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Boom Brooms®  <BR> Aluminum Broomball Stick / Broom

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Boom Brooms® "Baller" Broomball Stick / Broom

  • Octagonal high strength aluminum shaft (7075 alloy)
  • Industrial grade urethane rubber head
  • One-of-a-kind head design
  • Narrowed head bottom, NO CUTTING REQUIRED
  • Tapered bottom edge for lift passes
  • Concave face for increased ball control
  • Curved, uniform sides for improved 'windmill' shots
  • Approved for use by USA Broomball.
  • Approved for use by Canadian Broomball Federation.
  • We recommend that you add a couple wraps of athletic cloth tape to secure the end cap further.
  • No guarantees or returns on broomball sticks

  • 46" Standard Length: 20.0 oz (567 grams)
    52" Extended Length: 21.3 oz (603 grams)

    Size: Official Size & Weight
    Color: Black or Yellow
    Manufactures website: Boom Brooms

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    by Marcus S.
    on 9/18/2014
    Baller by Boom Broom
    This is a great stick for players who value finesse and ball handling.  The owner of Boom Brooms gave me one to try at Nationals last year, and then let me keep it.  Overall, the stick plays a little differently than most, so give it more than just one night. I used it all summer, and it allows me to flip passes and stick handle significantly better than before.  When you shoot off of the edge of the stick, it really jumps off with some force, however I am still dialing it in.  I haven't used the 52 but I think it would probably be a game changer for ball control and stick handling through players.  Give it a try at one of the next big tourneys.
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