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Top 10 Warrior Lacrosse Gloves

Warrior Mac Daddy IV
Warrior Mac Daddy IV

Here at LAS we like to reminisce about the past and LACROSSE.com’s current 20% off sale on Warrior Gloves got us thinking.  What are some of our favorite Warrior Gloves of the past and present?  Keep in mind this is purely preference and just a list of some of our favorites.  Be sure to let us know what your favorite Warrior gloves are or if we left any out in the comments below.

10. Warrior Brass Monkey

Warrior’s Brass Monkey gloves featured additional protection on the index and middle fingers and were pretty clean looking.

Warrior Brass Monkey

Warrior Brass Monkey

9. Warrior Sugar Daddy

The Warrior Sugar Daddy’s vented ports allowed for improved ventilation and a mean look.

Warrior Sugar Daddy

Warrior Sugar Daddy

8. Warrior Riot

Warrior’s interchangeable cuff featured on the Riot’s brought players a new level of customization. Check out our detailed look at the Riots.

Warrior-Riot-Lacrosse-Gloves-1-555

Warrior Riots

7. Warrior Shocker

The Warrior Shockers were a tough pair of gloves that featured Dura-Nylon as found on Warrior’s bags and were made to last.

Warrior Shocker

Warrior Shocker

6. Warrior Wrath

These were the official glove of Team USA, lightweight, durable, and an overall solid pair of mitts.

Warrior Wrath

Warrior Wrath

5. Warrior Burn

We’re a fan of the Burns due to their similarities to the Warrior Superfreaks (II’s) which were some great gloves.

Warrior Burn

Warrior Burn

Warrior Superfreak

Warrior Superfreak II: Notice the similarities?

4. Warrior Superstars (II)

We’ve all had a pair of gloves that are just what we needed and for a couple of us those were the Warrior Superstar and Superstar II’s.

Warrior Superstar

Warrior Superstar

Warrior Superstar II Lacrosse Gloves

Warrior Superstar II

3. Warrior RPM

Back in the day, these seemed like the gloves to own as every MLL team sported them. They were comfy and had great protection.

Warrior RPM

Warrior RPM

Warrior RPM

Check out Mark Millon rocking the RPMs

2. Warrior Regulator

Not only are these some super clean looking gloves but Krieg Shaw had some great things to say about them. Check it out.

Warrior Regulator

Warrior Regulator

And last but not least…

1. Warrior Mac Daddy Series

The Mac Daddy of them all! Warrior’s Mac Daddy series has included some great gloves along the way and earned out number one spot.

Warrior Mac Daddy

Warrior Mac Daddy

Warrior Mac Daddy II

Warrior Mac Daddy II

Warrior Mac Daddy III

Warrior Mac Daddy III

Warrior Mac Daddy IV

Warrior Mac Daddy IV

Remember, this is just a list of some of our favorite Warrior Gloves, let us know your favorites below in the comments!

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Michael Allen

Located in Boise, Michael has been involved in lacrosse for the majority or his life. He's also served as a assistant coach at Bishop Kelly for the past tfour years where he played in high school. Michael is also a student at Boise State and enjoys spending his free time outdoors and enjoying music.Follow him on Instagram and Twitter

20 Comments

  • If you weren’t rocking this setup back in the day, you just weren’t serious about stopping lacrosse balls.

    At least until you tried to make an outlet.

  • Using “back in the day” when referring to any Warrior equipment is funny to me.

    Brine L-35s or nothing.

    I’ll be over here grinding an edge in my head if you need me.

  • I’m not saying Warrior has anywhere near the history of say Brine or STX but being around the game for 13+ years I’ve seen a decent amount of change. Plenty of LAS readers are young and have only been around lacrosse for a short time.

  • I shouldn’t be so draconian with my “L-35s or nothing” post. The Brine Messiah Blockparty gloves are acceptable when I wear them.

    Nothing acceptable about blockpartys. I’d rather go to a lemonparty than look at those, or grind an edge in my head for that matter

  • Your comment just introduced me to the Blockparty line for the first time. Man was my childhood inadequate.

    Childhood? I just got these two years ago. I just hope I never get hit in the hands while I wear them. Pretty sure if you just say the phrase “hard check” around these gloves you get a broken hand. Only slightly more padding than a golf glove.

  • I had the Brine L35s, then senior year upgraded to those delicious RPMs with the wings and the goalie thumbs because I broke my thumb during football season and needed the added thumb pad. Also had a pair of STX Catalyst gloves. I had one of those goalie sticks, but my primary was an eclipse and main backup was the brine zone. When I played LSM it was with a brine longcrosse and an excalibur head (the original one.) I still have my traditional brine M1 (magic.) on my debeer triax shaft. Kids are missing out these days.

  • I’m not saying Warrior has anywhere near the history of say Brine or STX but being around the game for 13+ years I’ve seen a decent amount of change. Plenty of LAS readers are young and have only been around lacrosse for a short time.

    I’ve thought about what I said here some more and I hope all the young players ignore the “get off my lawn” tone. I want y’all to play, so if you guys see me out and about anywhere, tell me and I’ll give you some balls or stringing supplies or something to make good.

    …that is, as long as you get some wall ball in today.

  • Your comment just introduced me to the Blockparty line for the first time. Man was my childhood inadequate.

    Childhood? I just got these two years ago. I just hope I never get hit in the hands while I wear them. Pretty sure if you just say the phrase “hard check” around these gloves you get a broken hand. Only slightly more padding than a golf glove.

    More of a “kids these days” comment. I rocked these bad boys until high school:

    You didn’t really hold your stick as much as insert the shaft through those cold, dead fingers.

  • @thebuckethelmet those came out when I was in college. I didn’t wear them, I didn’t even know they existed until my younger brother got a pair of superstar IIs when he was a freshman in HS (2006) He played with an OG razor I gave him but everything else he had was brand new so all of the kids hated him for being the kid with the sweet equipment. Then he moved to goalie, and they showed him with the shots.

    I had a pair of those brines you posted. I wore the palms out and went and got a pair of the L35s as a result. Up until 2008 I had all of my old equipment from then. My car got towed and when I went to the lot, much of the gear was missing, including my West Haven High School lax jacket and my Guilford HS coaching polo. I don’t get why people would even steal that stuff. I still have 4 or 5 of those old bucket helmets sitting in a trashbag in my back yard doing nothing, and an old CPro in my car but these days I am rocking the new stuff, Unparalleled CPX-R and baby blue mac daddy lites. I have to say, the new pad and stick tech is totally comfy.

  • When I played LSM it was with a brine longcrosse and an excalibur head (the original one.) I still have my traditional brine M1 (magic.) on my debeer triax shaft. Kids are missing out these days.

    I’m biding my time until I break out my Debeer Triax shaft. I’m not even sure kids could handle the concept of that shaft today.

  • When I played LSM it was with a brine longcrosse and an excalibur head (the original one.) I still have my traditional brine M1 (magic.) on my debeer triax shaft. Kids are missing out these days.

    I’m biding my time until I break out my Debeer Triax shaft. I’m not even sure kids could handle the concept of that shaft today.

    STX makes a goalie shaft called the Outlet that is remarkably similar. I deja vu’d so hard I thought I’d left the Matrix.

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