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Hockey Player Gift Guide 2020 – Budget Edition (Under $50)
- Updated: November 24, 2020
Welcome to our Hockey Player Gift Guide 2020 – Budget Edition. This hockey player gift guide is specifically for budget items under $50. Let’s dive right into it because we have some good items to cover. I’ve ordered the items from least expensive to most expensive to make browsing the list easier.
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Moving right along into gear, you can’t go wrong with tape. It’s a basic necessity for any hockey player.
Next up is a stick handling ball or hockey ball to work on your hands during these tough times where we can’t get on a rink. Or, head outside and play some street hockey.
You can also get a great deal on other small accessories right now, like wax for your blade, or Tacki Mac stick grips to use in lieu of tape.
To work on your stick handling away from the rink, look no further than the Green Biscuit. This thing slides like a beauty on outdoor surfaces and lasts forever. I have one that is still going strong after 10+ years.
I never would have imagined these would be included in a holiday gift guide for hockey players, but here we are at the end of a very unprecedented year.
Limited edition mystery drops are a great way to surprise the hockey player in your life, and these Bauer Mystery Mini Sticks do the trick. There are five different designs available, and you won’t know what you have until the packaging is opened.
What better way to spruce up your work from home or school virtual school setup than with some hockey swag.
If you need to use your favorite stick outdoors during a long shutdown, or throughout the offseason, this will help keep your blade protected.
Whether you’re headed to or from the gym, a friends house, the local rink, an overnight trip, or anywhere else that you need to carry some gear, this will come in handy.
Chances are you’ve been playing a lot more hockey outdoors this year, and that’s likely to continue into the future. If that’s the case, get yourself some outdoor specific wheels for your skates that will last a bit longer.
Mini sticks will be great for this long upcoming winter and will allow you to get your hockey fix in the comfort of your own home.
If you’re fortunate enough to live in a warmer climate, or are having a milder winter, head outside and play some street hockey with one of these.
Finally, equip yourself with an outdoor specific stick that is lightweight and will last a long time on outdoor surfaces.