Despite initial visual impressions, the Gait Saber passes this Gear Review with a solid score, especially for defensemen.
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?
Mark Powers, from The Lacrosse Show, steps over to SSL to review the new Core Head by Easton Lacrosse. Mark got a jump on things and has been using this head for almost 6 months!
We check out the King IV Mid Shoulder Pads by Brine Lacrosse to see if they can keep up with the speed of today’s game.
The Gait Torque, a classic by now, gets the Gear Review action from Connor Wilson, who has a long history with this product. Let’s get intimate.
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!
Brine Lacrosse updates the King glove line for 2013 and they brought their A-game to the party! Check out Connor Wilson’s review of Brine’s best glove ever.
Connor Wilson reviews the new Rabil Series Arm Guard 13s by Warrior Lacrosse. This is sure to be a popular product in 2013, but is it worth the money?
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?
Paul Rabil’s own equipment line is finally here. After all the hype, all the talk, and all the commercials shown repeatedly during every televised lacrosse event, PR and Warrior have released the gear. Let’s check out some shoulder pads.