It’s not easy, but I’ve embarked on explaining my top-25 lacrosse heads of all time. How many years have you played lacrosse? How many different heads have you used? How many have you loved, and how many have you hated? Over the years of playing, I have compiled my personal list of the top-25 lacrosse […]
Lacrosse gloves have come a long way over the past couple of years in quality and in design. While some lacrosse gloves have been left in the past, there has certainly been some that stand out among the rest to be the best of the modern era. From the Brine King to the Maverik Rome, […]
It would be safe to say that lacrosse heads have changed a little bit over the years. Need we say more? From the beginning of wooden sticks to the development of the plastic head and beyond, lacrosse has seen some changes to the game and especially the equipment. We at LaxAllStars have put our […]
Brine Lacrosse doesn’t get nearly the same fanfare that they once did, but they sneak great equipment out onto the market sometimes, and the new King heads for 2018 definitely fit that mold.
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For its time, the Superlight II was really one of the most advanced heads on the market. It was narrow, had some cool tech to it, and was a favorite amongst offensive players everywhere.
The Brine D80 Head, also known to many simply as “the Spoon” is an absolute classic, a rare gem to find, and a true cornerstone to any old lacrosse stick collection.
The Brine Oz is a classic even though it is one of the newest non-offset lacrosse heads out there! Watch me take out the mesh and put in traditional, because that’s what the Brine Oz deserves!
Today we’re checking out the Brine Prophecy head on That Old Lacrosse Head! The Brine Prophecy is a classic crazy head.
Welcome to That Old Lacrosse Head! The Brine Shotgun and the Shotgun II came out in the late 1980s. Today I’m fixing up two Brine Shotgun heads.
The Edge is famous for being an elite defensive head, and while this incarnation is no different, it does provide more versatility due to its universal specs and “Superlight” construction. As an offensive player, I was curious to see how I’d like this head, and was overall impressed with how it performed.
Our September content plan is off and rolling with some fantastic content surrounding everything that involves this great sport. Along with some great editorials from the likes of Connor Wilson, Jeff Brunelle, and many others, we will be unleashing plenty of Gear Reviews to get you ready to go for the season.