We check-out and review the Stallion head by STX Lacrosse to see if it really is all that and a bag of chips.
The Blade Pro X6 is the newest version of arguably the best face-off head of all time. With a few new features like Warrior’s Pro Scoop, college FOGOs and middies alike should be checking this head out.
Andrew Ratzke tests out the STX Surgeon head to see how it will meet the new NCAA rules for the upcoming season of lacrosse.
The new Brine Houdini HS hearkens back to like 2005 when the Brine E3 was king of the field for both attackmen and midfielders. Created by former Duke standout attackman Ned Crotty, this next Gear Review head is the next in the deep, sudden offset design many attackmen love.
Chris Rosenthall checks out the revamped Deft gloves by Brine Lacrosse.
We’ve been waiting to test out the Rabil X head since Warrior hinted at its release. Will this head be as good its namesake or will it fall short?
The Hundy gloves by Warrior Lacrosse first surfaced on the internet around the end of April, and when I first saw them, they reminded me of the Riots, so expectations were high for the Hundys!
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 Josh Rottman’s review of the Flight head by Maverik Lacrosse.
The Maverik Gear Reviews roll on with Mikey B’s review of the Boost shaft by Maverik Lacrosse.
Mikey B stops by the Sweet Sweet Lax office to fill us in on the Soldier Gear Bag 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.
We got feedback from several lacrosse players in our latest Lacrosse Gear Review, and they all agreed that the Maverik Rome Arm Pads are a very good product!
Josh Rottman reviews Under Armour’s new Highlight Cleats. Will these boots live up to all their hype?
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?