Adaptive Equipment for Sled Hockey
The options of adaptive equipment for sled hockey may include sledges, hockey sticks, and safety wear. Scroll below to learn more…
A variety of sleds are available to suit a range of abilities and are customizable to suit varying sizes and preferences. See below to learn more…
Rev Force Sled
This Rev Force Sled by Unique Inventions is highly adjustable, having 10 different widths that can be utilized while playing. The blades are easily released with a quick release lever system, eliminating the need to use tools for construction of the sled. The bucket (seat) has a contoured back and flared out sides for increased comfort and protection.
Custom Ballistic Sled
This Custom Ballistic Sled by Unique Inventions is highly customizable to suit a wide range of abilities and sizes. The customizable features include seat width, height, tilt, length of the sled, nose types, and paint colors. The bucket (seat) has a contoured back and flared out sides for increased comfort and protection.
This goalie sled by Unique Inventions is available in two models, with one being designed for the individual to sit with their legs crossed. The second model does not require the individual to sit with their legs crossed. Both models include a high impact blade system and a bucket seat designed for increased comfort and protection while playing.
Double & Single Amputee Cover
This double & single amputee cover by Unique Inventions is available for individuals with limb loss. The double & single amputee covers have leg covers for increased protection while playing the game. These covers can be applied to a variety of Unique Inventions’ sleds. The cover shown in this image is the double amputee cover.
A variety of hockey sticks are available depending on an individual’s preference and position being played. The two main types of hockey sticks are for those playing in the rink and for the goalies. See below to learn more…
PROLITE X Hockey Stick
This hockey stick by Unique Inventions is lightweight and durable, and available in right and left curves.
This goalie stick by Unique Inventions is available for right and left-handed individuals. Generally, right-handed individuals use a left curve stick and left-handed individuals use a right curve stick.
Information and photos in this section pulled from Unique Inventions. PROLITE X Hockey Stick. Goalie Stick.
There are a variety of different types of safety wear equipment are available for injury prevention of the athlete while playing. These products include helmets, face masks, gloves, padding, and straps. See below to learn more…
Helmet with Face Mask
Many helmets with face masks are available for protection while playing sled hockey. The helmet shown in this image is customizable and can be adjusted without a need for tools. Ventilation is incorporated interiorly and exteriorly to help to cool the player’s head.
Information and photos pulled from Pure Hockey. Helmet with Face Mask.
Gloves are worn for impact protection that commonly occurs during play. The gloves shown in this image have additional foam padding for extra protection, and a liner on the inside of the glove for sweat wicking. The palms of these gloves are also designed to provide increased control during play.
Information and photos pulled from Pure Hockey. Gloves.
Padding is worn for protection during play, which includes shoulder pads, shin guards, neck guard, and elbow pads. Many products are available for each of these padding devices. The padding shown in this image is a shoulder pad that is available.
Information and photos pulled from Dicks Sporting Goods. Padding.
The main two types of straps used in sled hockey include ratchet straps around the waist, and ankle straps around both legs. The ankle straps secure both legs in the sled during play, while the ratchet strap secures the player in the bucket seat with no worries of the strap loosening. The strap shown in this image is a padded ratchet strap that comes in a variety of sizes and is moisture wicking.