To say it's been a busy year for the infamous, Pavel Barber -- a highly skilled, Canadian hockey trainer, who has made a name for himself through a collection of viral and must-see YouTube videos -- would be a complete understatement. Just two weeks ago, Pavel introduced the world to his newest client, Aito Iguchi -- an eleven year old, Japanese hockey player who has seemingly taken the world by storm with his "Pavel-inspired" skill set -- just a small sample of Pavel's innate vision and ability to evaluate talent.
We were fortunate enough to meet the man early on in our project's development, just after our unprecedented Kickstarter run. He contacted us immediately following the official release of the COLT Gen.1 and wanted to be the first to engage in a comprehensive review of our product. How could we say no to a man who eats, sleeps, and breathes hockey, performing the types of dangles even NHLers are envious of.
Reviewing the Gen.1
One year, and hundreds of on-ice hours later, Mr. Barber has finally released a video analysis of his primary experience with our first generation product. It's a fair and honest review that not only expels some common myths, but highlights the hidden value propositions that we have relentlessly enhanced and refined in our current COLT 2 lineup -- a second generation design that continues to amaze us. For now, we can look back at the Gen. 1 and be proud of what we accomplished in such a short period of time. Take a look at Pavel's experience below, and keep in mind that his feedback along with the input of the entire COLT Community has led us to the significant improvements characterizing the COLT 2 and COLT 2 RAW.
Keep your eyes peeled in the coming days as we begin to release more reviews of the Gen.1, and more importantly, the new COLT 2 lineup. And don't forget to subscribe to Pavel Barber's YouTube channel! His 'Creative Shootout Dangle' Series will literally have you falling out of your chairs.
Until Next Time,