Our newest Gear Reviewer, Jon Mundy, tests out the Scandal Attack shaft by Gait Lacrosse!
Tag Archives | Lacrosse Shafts
Mikey B checks out the F55 Friction Shaft by Brine Lacrosse to see if his love for the Brine F-series shafts can live on.
Please welcome Dan Bargholz to the Lacrosse All Stars family! Dan will be reviewing gear for us throughout 2013 and is starting off with this Gait SC55 handle.
Kevin Rowen reviews and compares the ICE and ICE Scandium shafts by Gait Lacrosse.
Ratzke returns with a review of the third of four shafts from Epoch Lacrosse.
Under Armour is back in action for 2013 and has been making plenty of noise with all of their new and improved products. Let’s see how their Juke shaft holds up through our testing.
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?
Connor Wilson drops by SSL to review the new A1 lacrosse shaft by Maverik. At first glance, this shaft is a winner. It’s all about bang for your buck!
Cassie Brunelle stops by the Sweet Sweet Lax office to review the Women’s version of the Cor Strength shaft by Orion Lacrosse.
The Maverik Gear Reviews roll on with Mikey B’s review of the Boost shaft by Maverik Lacrosse.
In honor of Independence Day, Krieg Shaw reviews the LAS America shaft by 1 Lacrosse… the most patriotic lacrosse shaft ever made.
While being fairly new to the shaft market, Orion Lacrosse is coming up with some new technology that could revolutionize the way shafts are made. How would their Cor Strength Shaft fare through the confines of indoor and the speed of field lacrosse?
In today’s lacrosse Gear Review, we go old school and pay a little homage to the great history of our game with the Woody Lacrosse Shaft by Blackfeet!
‘Merica! Today we review the Team USA Kryptolyte shaft by Warrior Lacrosse. Made with C-405 aluminum alloy this is one of the lighter shafts on the market, but will it hold up through our testing?