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Slide Board 8 FT by Fitterfirst

$459.99 $389.99

Slide Board 8 ft by Fitterfirst
1/4" Solid Core Polymer Board
Adjustable to 5, 6, 7 or 8 Feet

This off-ice skate training device is adjustable and great for developing lateral strength. The included one-size-fits-most booties fit over your shoes or bare feet and allow you to glide from side to side in a skating motion.

Great for hockey players, speed skaters, figure skaters and freestyle skate skiers! Slide boards are great for developing lateral strength, power, endurance for all levels of skaters. Will also improve balance, agility, speed and flexibility.

The Fitterfirst Slideboard has been a preferred dryland training tool for hockey players, speed and figure skaters for years. Simulate sport-like movements in an off-ice training environment. With an adjustable width from five to eight feet, the Slideboard can be used to replicate the long stride of speed skaters or the short, quick strides of hockey goalies.

    • Develop lateral strength, power and endurance
    • Enhance balance, agility, speed and flexibility
    • Increase sport performance or improve functional rehabilitation
  • Adjustable to 5, 6, 7 or 8 Feet
  • 1/4" solid core polymer board constructed with an extremely slick 'fresh ice' top surface.
  • Each board comes with speed booties and an instruction book.
  • Offers biomechanically correct end ramps that adjust in one foot increments.
  • The underlay is a non-slip reinforced rubber that holds firm on floor or carpet.
  • This Fitterfirst Slideboard is ideal for use at home or office to help maintain better lateral strength, power and endurance. The more you use your slideboard, the better your agility speed and flexibility skills become.

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