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  • 23 Apr 2017
    Peoria AZ, April 24, 2017 Verbero Hockey out of Modesto California has a line of protective gear. It seems to be an offshoot of Farrell hockey. I should say that I once owned a pair of Farrell shoulder pads and they were a great product and still have what is left of them all of these years later. I ordered a Verbero player shield. My expectation was to see a product very similar in construction as the old Ferrell product. I can say that they are not the same product, it was constructed well with lightweight materials to include the padding, however, it just seemed to me that is was not manufactured with the same heartiness of the old Farrell products. The retail price of aroung$45.00 seemed to be fair considering the other similar offerings out there that are similar and in some instances almost double the price. If you are looking for a moderately priced protective undergarment or a supplement to the traditional hockey shoulder pad this is a good product. If you are however looking at this a /s a rebirth of the Farrell product you may have to wait a little longer.      
    60 Posted by Steve Anthony
  • Peoria AZ, April 24, 2017 Verbero Hockey out of Modesto California has a line of protective gear. It seems to be an offshoot of Farrell hockey. I should say that I once owned a pair of Farrell shoulder pads and they were a great product and still have what is left of them all of these years later. I ordered a Verbero player shield. My expectation was to see a product very similar in construction as the old Ferrell product. I can say that they are not the same product, it was constructed well with lightweight materials to include the padding, however, it just seemed to me that is was not manufactured with the same heartiness of the old Farrell products. The retail price of aroung$45.00 seemed to be fair considering the other similar offerings out there that are similar and in some instances almost double the price. If you are looking for a moderately priced protective undergarment or a supplement to the traditional hockey shoulder pad this is a good product. If you are however looking at this a /s a rebirth of the Farrell product you may have to wait a little longer.      
    Apr 23, 2017 60
  • 24 Mar 2017
    Peoria AZ March 24,2017 Not sure how many of you have heard of a very good hockey stick company call All Black Hockey Sticks. Full disclosure, I am a long time customer so I am partial to this hockey stick company. With the price of a hockey stick from one of the major OEM's Bauer - EASTON - Reebok - CMM spiraling out of control they are a very, very good option for those of you who do not wish to take out a second on your home so that you can own a good hockey stick. Lets face it, at almost $300.00 per stick All Black Hockey is a pretty good option. These sticks come in a couple of different flexes, also with as many as six differing blade patters and GRIP / NO GRIP $89.00 via their web site is a great price to be serious, and yes they do have a very fair and generous warranty program. The web site is very easy to use and order product and shipping is fast as well, I know that ABHS is located just outside of Detriot MI and I live in Arizona. Typically when I order product it's not more that a couple daays before they sticks show up at my door. Everybody should know about ABHS Company. I know that some of you hockey players are in love with your OEM sticks, but give ABHS a go, what could you possibly lose by giving a stick a GO for $89.00 but more money in your pocket. http://www.allblackhockeysticks.com/
    99 Posted by Steve Anthony
  • Peoria AZ March 24,2017 Not sure how many of you have heard of a very good hockey stick company call All Black Hockey Sticks. Full disclosure, I am a long time customer so I am partial to this hockey stick company. With the price of a hockey stick from one of the major OEM's Bauer - EASTON - Reebok - CMM spiraling out of control they are a very, very good option for those of you who do not wish to take out a second on your home so that you can own a good hockey stick. Lets face it, at almost $300.00 per stick All Black Hockey is a pretty good option. These sticks come in a couple of different flexes, also with as many as six differing blade patters and GRIP / NO GRIP $89.00 via their web site is a great price to be serious, and yes they do have a very fair and generous warranty program. The web site is very easy to use and order product and shipping is fast as well, I know that ABHS is located just outside of Detriot MI and I live in Arizona. Typically when I order product it's not more that a couple daays before they sticks show up at my door. Everybody should know about ABHS Company. I know that some of you hockey players are in love with your OEM sticks, but give ABHS a go, what could you possibly lose by giving a stick a GO for $89.00 but more money in your pocket. http://www.allblackhockeysticks.com/
    Mar 24, 2017 99