Easy to use, durable BladeTape is performance engineered for better puck control: Better feel, better grip on the puck, softer hands and more spin on your shot or saucer pass. Get a better grip on the puck and improve your stick handling with fast and easy to apply Blade Tape. BladeTape is performance-engineered replacement for cloth hockey tape. BladeTape is also perfect for ice, inline, or ball hockey.
BladeTape is performance-engineered replacement for cloth hockey tape. BladeTape’s textured surface gives more spin and accuracy on your shooting or passing and makes it easier for you to cradle a hard pass or swallow up rebounds. BladTape's lighter weight and lower friction while playing makes stickhandling easier, and as an added bonus, you'll save on hockey tape and the time it takes you to tape your stick. BladeTape normally lasts about 15 games between replacements – so it’s durable and inexpensive to use!
PREPARING THE BLADE - Make sure the blade surface is clean and dry. If installing on an old blade ensure blade is free of burrs, cracks etc. by removing or sanding smooth. Remove all old tape debris and residue. Ensure both blade and BladeTape are at, or above room temperature. Best application and performance is achieved if installed the night before the game. Lay BladeTape on clean table surface to determine fit. If necessary, cut/trim BladeTape with scissors prior to removal of the adhesive backing paper. Re-test and adjust as necessary.
PREPARING THE BLADETAPE - Peel away BladeTape from the adhesive backing paper completely by using the pull tab.
INSTALLING THE BLADETAPE - Apply BladeTape onto the blade from the center lower edge, working outward in both directions. Minimize air pockets. Re-lift and apply as required to eliminate any air pockets. There is no need to stretch the BladeTape as you place it on your blade. Maintain an 1/8" (3mm) clearance from the bottom of the blade for best performance life. When satisfied BladeTape is positioned properly, press firmly in place with warm hand pressure.