You can find the right blade by testing it. The blade is the extended arm of your body and transports the feel from the upper arm via the hand to the club face. Many pimple players underestimate the importance of the wood and prefer to change their rubbers because it is easier and faster. We recommend: Take your time to choose the right blade. Choose the right grip for your hand size. If you knock against the naked wood and you hear a bright sound, you know that you are playing a fast one. If the sound is darker, it is a sign of a slow wood. Pay attention to the different types of wood that have been used. Each type of wood, e.g. balsa, has special playing characteristics. Choose the right plastic layers such as carbon. This will make your wood stiffer, the vibration to the outside will decrease and your wood will automatically become faster. All properties determine the weight of the blade. In the end it is testing, testing, testing to find your individual blade.