In Canada, hockey is a year round sport! When the ice melts, out come the inline skates and we are at it again. As a Canadian company manufacturing our flooring in Canada, Flex Court Canada understands the demanding needs of inline and ball hockey. We understand with inline hockey the game can change based on the surface you are playing on, just as ice hockey can change based on the ice conditions. All aspects of Inline hockey have advanced making the sport more exciting and fun to play and we have advanced the inline surface to create an exciting surface for the sport of inline or ball hockey.
When playing inline or ball hockey there is no better surface than Roller Court by Flex Court. Roller Court allows for a faster game, sharper turns and better puck control while at the same time providing a very durable and safer surface that will last. Flex Court combines high impact polypropylene copolymer plastic with innovative technology to produce an inline hockey surface with one of the thickest top layers in the industry. At a full 3mm thick, superior understructure and the tightest seams in the industry, Roller Court provides the durability, saftey and smooth play inline hockey demands and requires.
With the growth in popularity of Roller Derby, our Roller Court is just as applicable for the athletes in this sport as it is for inline hockey. Whether you are playing Inline Hockey, ball hockey, Roller Derby or just skating around, you will realize more performance and enjoyment on our Roller Court surface.
The Official Surface
Roller Court performs so well it has been chosen as the Official Surface for ESPN Pro Beach Hockey, Major League Roller Hockey, State Wars, Thors, TopCat, 2HOT4ICE, SpeedHockey, Canadian Hockey Inline Association, USA Roller Skating, and many others.
November 20, 2007.
“Dear Flex Court,
On behalf of the Southwest Ball Hockey League, I wish to thank you for the outstanding surface you have installed on our outdoor rink in Alsip, IL.
We have players of all ages up to adults and everyone really likes playing on the FLEX COURT surface.
Thank you again!”
Southwest Ball Hockey
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Flex Court game tiles were originally developed in Europe in 1978, inspired by the input of a group of Orthopedic surgeons. This “orthopedic concept” has been refined over the years to the point where Flex Court game tiles have been time tested throughout the world as the pre eminent sports and recreation surface - engineered and DIN tested for maximum shock absorption and grip to reduce body fatigue and prevent injury. Flex Court surfaces are functionally designed with the lowest possible maintenance in mind. For an outdoor sports surface, there is no better surface than Flex Court. For basketball, tennis, multi-game, residential or commercial - Flex Court surfaces are functionally designed to be safer on the body and with the lowest possible maintenance in mind.