Frequently Asked Questions about our Ball Hockey Accessories
This is your comprehensive guide for understanding and answering any questions you might have about selecting and maintaining your ball hockey accessories
Material quality is key, as higher-quality materials will be more durable and withstand the wear and tear of regular use. Look for bags made with heavy-duty polyester or nylon like our AK5 ball hockey bag. Durability is also important. Check the quality of the zippers and stitching, as these are often the first things to break on a bag. Compartmentalization can help keep your equipment organized. Look for bags with dedicated pockets or compartments for specific items like your helmet, shoes, and stick.
Using official federation-approved approved balls such as the Knapper Pro Fluid Balls can greatly enhance a ball hockey game. These balls are designed to meet most federation's standards in terms of weight, size, and material, ensuring uniformity and fairness in gameplay. The liquid inside these balls improves performance by reducing bounce and improving handling control and stability on shots.
Weather conditions significantly impact the performance of hockey balls. With the Knapper Pro Fluid Balls, you would select the Pink ball for cooler conditions (0 to 15°C). Our most versatile ball is the Orange ball for what we consider average temperature (15°C to 25°C). On the other hand, in hot weather conditions where balls may become softer and affect their speed and trajectory, the Red ball, designed for temperatures 25°C and above, would be ideal.