The STX Hi-Wall is a classic non-offset head, but I don’t just have a Hi-Wall today… I also have an STX Laser Hi-Wall, which is actually something different, in its own way. The STX Laser Hi-Wall came out first, and it’s a follow up to STX’s Laser Lite head, which had a slightly thinner sidewall.
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It’s NCAA D3 Vs MCLA Lacrosse time on LaxAllStars.com! We got had great highlight tapes submitted to us right around the same time, and it led to a highlight video battle, featuring two tough programs: one is consistently a Top 40 team from the MCLA, and the other is consistently an NCAA D3 Top 30 program. We’ve got UCLA […]
Welcome to the Double Traditional Tutorial! This week’s #TraditionalThursday demonstrates how to string the Double Traditional pocket and offers up some tips and tricks to make it easy. If you can string a single string traditional, you can string a double traditional… it’s time to get to work!
The Path Less Taken can definitely lead to an end result of ultimate success, and it is an interesting concept, but there is also great potential for the Path Less Taken to be misunderstood, or misconstrued. The Path Less Taken isn’t really a path at all… it’s hacking your way through the jungle of life, […]
College Lacrosse VS Pro Lacrosse: This debate is all about which level of the game produces better actual lacrosse on the field, and in this case we’re all about wins and losses.
It’s Friday, you don’t have any set plans for the weekend, but you want to get better at lacrosse. Who doesn’t? This is your guide to How To Get Better at Lacrosse THIS Weekend!
Welcome to That Old Lacrosse Head! The Brine Shotgun and the Shotgun II came out in the late 1980s. Today I’m fixing up two Brine Shotgun heads.
I am not the first person to create a Men’s Trakker Pocket. The fact is, this type of pocket has been around for well over a decade, and Paul Gait used to play with one in Major League Lacrosse. So what is the Trakker Pocket? How is it supposed to be used? And how can […]
Want To Play Box Lacrosse For Team USA? There has been a lot of noise surrounding US Lacrosse’s take over of the management of the USA box lacrosse team. Now that they are running the show, and not farming the work out to a subcontractor (it was the USIL – US Indoor Lacrosse that won […]
How important is fall ball, really? Could a program go without it completely and still see success? Do the best teams at the end of the year do similar things during the fall? Is there a “right way” to do fall ball lacrosse? What are some common pitfalls of an overly structured or relaxed fall […]
However a team is dressing, people will talk about it. Who won the fall ball fashion battle this year? There were many contenders, but only one winner… so who took home the best looking awards cake?
Team 22 over at Under Armour sent over a pair of their new Command Gloves (in a custom Lake Placid theme no less!) for me to check out, and I have to say I’m impressed. This is a top level glove, and UA is using some very up to date technology on this mitten.
That Old Lacrosse Head is back for another Friday showing and this time I’m fixing up a traditional STX Excalibur for CityLax!
Today we’re showing you how to string traditional lacrosse pockets, but we’re not just teaching you how to string ONE pocket… we’re teaching you how to string ALL the pockets!
Kyle Harrison is in New York City right now doing clinics for a couple of Boys Clubs throughout the City. I grabbed K18 for a little one on one competition in the form of a new episode of Connor Versus, and Kyle didn’t even flinch.