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Standard (Illustrated) Holds a single mallet and has a pocket for keys and your AHS card. Internal padding keeps your mallet in good condition and the strap is handy for transport.. Two additional loops can be used for attaching an additional strap for cycling.
Superbag for QuickLock mallets. Has an internal pocket for the handle upper. AND zips down to half size.
DoubleBarrel for 2 mallets.
Any colour you like so long as it is Red with black trim.
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Cotton and spandex construction for comfort.
Terry cushioned foot to reduce foot impact.
Ventilation borders to reduce moisture and cool foot.
Y-shaped heel to prevent heel slip.
Elastic Arch Support to keep sock in place.
Thin toe link to prevent rubbing and blisters.
Cotton – 86%
Spandex – 8%
Elastic – 5%
Nylon – 1%
The revolutionary square handle design, makes gripping the mallet very easy and “squares” the player so you hit the ball straight.
The Star Mallet has been developed over two years of design and testing in Croquet Association and Golf Tournaments.
This has resulted in a mallet which weights 3lbs(1.4Kg), a preferred weight for competition play.
The weights are specially situated to provide a “lively” mallet head which eliminates “bounce back” when the ball is struck, leading to smooth straight shots.
The all wood construction eliminates any moving parts and therefore maintenance is minimal.
The point where the handle connects to the mallet head is very solid and provides no flexibility; this has proved to be a tremendous plus for the Star Mallet, as the shot is executed the way you play it with no extra movement from the design.
The all-weather grip eliminates any problems handling the mallet in wet weather.
The head design provides tremendous forward spin when you follow through with your hoop shot enabling you to make hoops more easily. Also works extremely well for jump shots.
The forward spin produced by the mallet head, tends to move the ball you are jumping back from the hoop rather than going through for the opponent.