Make Yourself a Better Hockey Player

The former professional hockey player and the inventor of Marsblade Per Mårs, was always training extremely hard and trying to come up with new ways to improve as a hockey player both off and on the ice. In the fall of 2009 Marsblade was born and the idea was as simple as ingenious, he just took the rounded shape of the hockey blade and placed it between the frame and the boot. Shortly thereafter, the first prototype was developed and the patented Flow Motion Technology was a fact. Since Marsblade was founded our vision has been simple: to provide superior and innovative products that will make you a better hockey player and make hockey more fun and accessible to play. We promise to continue to work hard every day, to take the game of hockey in to the next era and setting new standards.

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Flow Motion Technology

Each century a few new product innovations enter a market to completely change the industry. Like when the carbon fiber hockey stick was launched or when Apples iPhone changed how we see mobile communication. It’s now time for the skating and skiing industry to take the next technology leap. The human body is developed to move with smooth movements to be as energy efficient, fast and powerful as possible.

However, the traditional rigid ice and inline skates as well as ski bindings limits the ability to a natural movement pattern. The rocking motion of Flow Motion Technology allows you to get your natural maneuverability back, maximizing performance as well as your skating comfort. Just like there’s no going back to the old wooden hockey stick or the old mobile phone, there’s no going back after trying Flow Motion Technology, trust us. Or, don’t trust us, try our products and find out for yourself.

So smooth, it’s like skating on air

Testimonial from NARCh Finals

These are sick... This feels actually like ice

Testimonial from NARCh Finals