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The new AdiStar Light Hockey Shoe from adidas was designed for the Beijing Olympics. They were built on a runners specific last to provide a superior fit.

Zippered elastic lace cover provides additional instep support and protection.

External TPU toecap offers additional forefoot protection.

TRAXION® forefoot outriggers and heel provide superior side cut grip and deceleration on wet pitches.

Colour: Black/white/metallic silver.

Available lin large sizes Adistar Lite
Bob Sharpe has always taken sport seriously and purchased the best equipment he could afford, believing that any advantage to be gained must be worth that little extra spend. Here he reviews the new Adistar Lite shoes.  (22/07/08)
Adidas Chimaera SRS
Treat your feet with a pair of these multi-pitch, high competition hockey shoes, ideal for agility. Reviewed by Lesley Harpley.
Big Bark
Bob Sharpe and Eleanor Balchin - both experienced competitors and agility instructors - review a new product which could revolutionise agility teaching - a small personal PA system with a big voice. No more shouting. No more sore throats.
Clean Run Course Designer 2000
Commonly known as CRCD, this is the professional way to create agility courses. Software review by Jo Sermon. (19/11/99)
Doggie Bag
This rucksack-like bag is specially designed for dog owners. It holds everything you will need while out and about with your dog. Reviewed by Melissa Frewen  (11/09/07)
Grrip Lite
A combined lead and LED torch to light your way on those late night walks, at training or at shows. Reviewed by Debbie Broadhurst. (16/02/06)
iMove
 
Masai Barefoot Technology
Revolutionary hi-tech trainers, based on the techniques used by the Masai tribe in Kenya to carry heavy weights for miles. Reviewed by Liz Catt.