Customer Reviews:

Mylec Fluid Filled G-Force Hockey Balls

Comments: I have both hot weather red with fluid from Mylec and Franklin, I prefer the mylec, less bounce and the plastic is harder causing less ball sticking to the blade issues
From: Tristaan, CA

Comments: great ball works very well
From: Zach, VA

Comments: Good hockey ball for home stick practice or use in roller/street hockey. The ball rolls well and the fluid inside really keeps it from bouncing much and feels solid on your stick. Ball has held up well being used for street hockey and for garage practice. Got the orange one myself for visibility and it does the trick well.
From: Steve

Comments: Best street hockey balls ever made. They don't bounce around like every other ball on the market - so you can actually put some speed on passes/do saucer passes. A hard shot will definitely leave a bruise on unprotected skin, but this is street hockey. I bought one of each temperature ball and each one is designed perfectly for what they say. It is worth the few bucks to get these...
From: J

Comments: These are the best balls our league has found, we use them regularly. Be warned though... If you play in tournaments or leagues that use non-gel balls you will be at a mild disadvantage after using these regularly. Bounces are so supressed with G-Force balls that returing back to more bouncy alternatives is an adjustment. Disappointed to see the cold weather balls are now pink. The yellow ones were more visible under lights in the winter.
From: ??

Comments:These are amazing! I thought the liquid would make them hurt more but there's barely a difference. Slap passing is so much easier with these things. Definetly recommend them for a try. PS; I'm using the Orange ones in a local gymnasium and they are perfect.
From: Dan

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