The STX Proton Power has been a classic ever since Paul Rabil rocked the blue, black and white versions of the head at Hopkins. While it was designed to score, this head can do it all.
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Here are some reasons why you would string a dropped top string types of pocket. You can take it or leave it, but its important to know how the pockets will impact your stick before you take the time to put one in.
The Triangle Top String (TTS) is easily one of my favorite top stringing methods. It’s a slight spin-off of a typical 9-diamond top string, but I have found that it keeps the mesh tighter to the top of your lacrosse head, which really helps prevent the ball from hitting plastic.
Created as a potential solution to the new college lacrosse head and shooting string rules, the Chenango Top String causes a really tight channel and a natural “U” in your shooters.
Andrew Ratzke checks out the STX’s newest defensive masterpiece, the Hammer U head.
Sam Bradman can flat out score, and while we all know a good player can play with just about any stick, he must be doing something special with his stringing. Fortunately for us, STX just wrapped up a three part stringing series in which Bradman teaches viewers how to lace up a gamer like his.
Ratzke returns with a review of the third of four shafts from Epoch Lacrosse.
In part two of the Epoch reviews, Ratzke checks out the Dragonfly C30 shaft by Epoch Lacrosse. Looking for a new shaft? Maybe this is the one.
Andrew Ratzke checks out the Dragonfly X30 shaft by Epoch Lacrosse. How will this carbon stick stand up to Ratzke’s testing?
Gear Expert Andrew Ratzke checks out the Brine LoPro Superlight Mid shoulder pads. Will these Superlight pads be a Super hit, or Super miss?
We got our hands on the Brine King IV Arm Pads, how will they rank compared to the rest of the King IV line?
Andrew Ratzke tests out the STX Surgeon head to see how it will meet the new NCAA rules for the upcoming season of lacrosse.
Andrew Ratzke stops by to review the M80 X Lacrosse Head by Warrior. Will it fall short of his expectations or blow ‘em away?
Andrew Ratzke stops by to review the second half of The Lacrosse Shop’s March Lax Madness Giveaway, the Shakedown gloves by Brine Lacrosse.