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Acacia designed this shoe for curling and said it would work for broomball.  I ordered a sample pair and gave them to one of the better broomball players in Minnesota to test.  He had been wearing the Blitzen and after 2 months of use he says the grip is as good as the Blitzen and they are holding up better since there are no nubs to rub off.  That was enough for me to add them to the site.  This is also a great shoe for my customers that wear them for better traction outside or on slippery surfaces.  Acacia is marketing them to companies that need grip on slippery surfaces.  They tell me they sold 1200 pair to a solar company that uses them on roofs.  

Acacia's description:

Introducing the new low cut, lightweight Acacia Stick Curling shoe with incredible grip on the ice. Acacia Stick Curling shoes are made exclusively for those curlers who do not require sliding on ice but are looking for stability enhancement to reduce injury due to falls. The shoes contain Advanced Super-Soft synthetic foam gel technology to provide superior grip to maximize control on the ice, they are extremely light and contain a dual-Thermal padded waterproof upper that promotes comfort and optimal ventilation during play. 

Approximate weight of a size 9 is 471 grams.

All broomball shoes are men's sizes.  Check out the sizing link on the home page for questions on what size broomball shoe to order.

Discounted 6 & 12 packs are available under size/style. Email sizes to

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