Green Biscuit Training Puck Review

The Green Biscuit training puck is a special off ice puck specially made to feel and slide like a hockey puck does on the ice. We gave you an overview of the Green Biscuit, and now we are going to do a full Green Biscuit review. The first thing I did when I got the biscuit was slide it along the living room floor, it slid like a dream along the wood floor, but does it stand a chance on concrete and pavement?

The Green Biscuit is definitely slideable, I was pretty impressed with how well this little green puck slid on the pavement. I was practicing on a nice flat surface, but also tested the green biscuit on a much rougher surface and the results were both very good. I was on a nice flat piece of pavement with the biscuit and gave a nice hard pass. I was just waiting for it to flip flop all over the place...but nothing. Then I figured I would do a bit of heavy stickhandling, still nothing. It takes quite a bit to get this thing to flip over, sure it tilts from time to time, but it doesn't fully flip very often.

Read the full Green Biscuit review.

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