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Shamada (Butterfly)

Shamada (Butterfly)

Shamada penhold blades have a Balsa center, Walnut secondary, and Bass wood outer plies that combine to produce sharp and springy shots suitable for close-to-the-table and mid-distance attackers.

Average user rating from: 1 user

Overall rating
4.3
Speed (1 rating)
4.0
Control (1 rating)
3.5
Hardness (1 rating)
4.0
Weight (1 rating)
4.0
Value for money (1 rating)
5.0
 


1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
t3h anarchist
Wednesday, 31 December 2008

Written by t3h anarchist - #1 reviewer - View all my reviews

Overall rating
4.3
Speed
4.0
Control
3.5
Hardness
4.0
Weight
4.0
Value for money
5.0
The butterfly shamada blades is an AWESOME blade, definitely one of my favorites. It is pretty fast blade, with pretty good control. The outer plies of wood are pretty hard and stiff, but the balsa center is rather soft and elastic, causing a springiness in your loops and a very good explosiveness. The blade is pretty hard as well, so it is a very good blade to gain momentum and give you a very solid feel in your shots. i really liked this blade for looping because it simply gave you such solid shots, you could feel the shot completely contact the blade and spring off. Being at only 40 dollars, i would not use it regularly, but it is an awesome blade for people on a money crunch.
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