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HockeyShot Dryland Tiles Review – New vs Old

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HockeyShot’s Bench Boss Coach Jeremy is putting the new HockeyShot All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles to the test.

Coach Jeremy has been using the old HockeyShot Dryland Tiles for a while now, so we thought we’d give him the all new set to see how well they stacked up to his used ones. Coach Jeremy tests the All-Star Tiles on their ease of assembly, durability and glide.

The biggest difference that Coach Jeremy loved about the new tiles was their puzzle piece design, created specifically for easy assembly. Say goodbye to loops and hooks because these new tiles are a breeze to put together and can be arranged in any pattern. Coach Jeremy recommends a few different patterns in the video to help maximize your space for how you train.

Coach Jeremy tests the All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles durability by a good old-fashioned slash down. Watch him attack the tiles with the ‘Crosby Finger Chopper’ (warning, do not try this at home!) and see how well both the new and old tiles hold up. Our super strong plastic does not give in to any cracks or breaks. HockeyShot has even added a matte finish, instead of the industry glossy finish, for prolonged glide and durability.

In addition to the All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles, Coach Jeremy suggests Extreme Passer Pro or Slide Board Pro to help you take your at home training to the next level. If you are looking for an amazing way to train at home, then you have come to the right place. Coach Jeremy puts the pressure on the All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles and they hold up great.

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To make sure you have the product that is just right for you, the HockeyShot All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles are made with thick, durable plastic, have interlocking puzzle piece connections with teeth for added stability, and a smooth surface for easy gliding. These tiles are the easiest way to strap on skates at home and help you improve your technical hockey skills.