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PAMA INLINE ONE - PRE-ORDER NOW

PAMA INLINE ONE is out for pre-order! composite stick made for inline hockey ONLY. Hand made in a forest in Finland, where bees, bears and we live to play. For fun and sometimes for games. Our ice hockey sticks Carbon and Titan also available from the web shop.

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HARDER SHOTS – TAPE-TO-TAPE PASSES

With its innovative structure and hosel joint, the Finnish PAMA stick ticks off all the boxes concerning what players value in an ice hockey stick, from a great feel in your hands to how shots and passes take off from the blade. The PAMA stick has been developed to meet the needs of the modern ice hockey player, providing more power for shots and making it easier to perform tricks.

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FINNISH QUALITY

PAMA Hockey is a 100% Finnish company. PAMA sticks are designed and manufactured from start to finish at the Padasjoki stick factory in Finland. We have designed the unique PAMA production technology ourselves. Our high-quality raw materials are sourced from carefully selected suppliers.

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NUMEROUS TECHNICAL DETAILS

  1. The PAMA stick’s Kickpoint. A shaft that flexes evenly and symmetrically from the butt end to the hosel. The shaft is six centimetres longer than normal, enabling better customisation.
  2. The PAMA stick’s hosel. The PAMA hosel is more durable and provides for better stickhandling, thanks to its unique structure and manufacturing method. The blade and shaft are almost seamlessly attached using our patented blade joint.
  3. The PAMA stick’s shaft. Thanks to our innovations and production technology, the excellent torsional rigidity and flex of the PAMA stick make it suitable for many different playing styles and preferences. Better stickhandling and more power with less flex!
  4. The PAMA stick’s blade. The blade is an integral part of the perfect hockey stick. A softer blade gives a better feel for the puck than a hard and rigid blade does. The PAMA stick has a more flexible blade, made possible by both the hosel and the torsional rigidity of the shaft.
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