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Making ice pads work for painted concrete?


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Hey guys,

 I know this has been covered alot...but Im attempting to make my ccm/heaton 10s work on painted concrete for roller. Im a stand up goalie, so my moves are limited to kick saves, two pad stacks etc.

Does anyone know what may provide the most slide on a rough surface? 

I know my options are slippery tape, pad covers by goalie one in Canada, slide plates, velcro strips and anything else Im missing?

Im thinking cutting plastic from mcmaster, covering front knee rolls, inside gussets etc. If i were to use velcro to attach the plastic to the pad, anyone know what may work the best to attach the velcro to the pads besides sewing it on?

Thanks so much!

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I just got a set of the ice skin things Passau sells. 

https://passauhockey.com/boutique/dek-hockey/ensemble-de-iceskin-2/

Just tested them quickly the other day without playing. Just slid around a bit and i was surprised at how well they slide. 

The way I play i don't like to slide an insane amount, just enough. But these were more than enough. 

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