A few years ago the Green Biscuit was released and it has quickly become the most popular off-ice puck. The only problem was it was not designed to be shot. If you tried to shoot the Green Biscuit and it hit a post you would probably break it. This is where the Green Biscuit Snipe comes in.
Green Biscuit Snipe Review
Overall Thoughts on The Green Biscuit Snipe
- I was impressed by how much a plastic puck could endure. It did fine with shots close to 80MPH hitting a post directly.
- The feel of the snipe is nice for shooting, although I would not recommend it for continuous shooting, if you want to shoot a lot just use a puck
- On smooth surfaces the Snipe works great, it’s nice because it’s a bit heavier than the original so it adds a little something extra
- On smooth cement it will still work, but will flip up a bit more than the original biscuit
- On rough cement I would not recommend the Snipe, the plastic is a bit softer and tends to catch
- I would recommend the Snipe to anyone who wants to dangle and then shoot. I would only recommend it if you have a smooth area to practice on.
Where to buy the Green Biscuit Snipe
You can get the snipe and other great hockey training aids at HockeyShot.com