INTEGRAL HOCKEY SAN JOSE

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INTEGRAL HOCKEY SAN JOSE

Bob Gianni

San Jose, CA

Bob has played and refereed hockey for over 50 years and is still playing. He started his Integral Hockey San Jose franchise in November of 2013. Since then he has repaired over a thousand sticks for local youth, high school , college and adult hockey players. He has an inventory of top of the line and Pro Stock sticks available. Integral Hockey San Jose territory covers all of northern California. Renewed sticks from Bauer, CCM, TRUE and Warrior are always available.

About Integral Hockey

We are very excited and proud to offer the most technologically advanced composite hockey stick repair on the market. After repairing and testing repair techniques and materials for several years, Randy Langille, founder of Integral Hockey, applied advanced laminating processes he learned from building aircraft components back in the early days of his manufacturing career.

The result is a repair process that adds only 10-26 grams of weight to the stick. The feedback has been extremely positive with respect to weight, flex, kick point, and balance. Hockey sticks repaired by Integral Hockey’s patented (US Patent No. 9,630,291) process and standards translate to minimal compromise on the integrity of stick components and function. Rest assured that Integral Hockey will continue to relentlessly pursue the best materials and processes to minimize the change in these critical stick features.

We believe that our commitment to this industry is something that any other company would have difficulty matching. We bring 27 years of high-tech composites to this business. With our carbon fiber/e-glass, vacuum-infused process, we achieve something that few can or will, namely, ultimate strength to weight ratios.

We have taken a genuine problem, solved it with the most high-tech solution on the market, and we’re delivering it at a price that will work for everyone. Something we are very proud of.

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