Here are some tips and instructions that can help you cut a lacrosse shaft for a variety of different reasons that can help your lacrosse game.
The Kong lacrosse shaft from Fantum Lacrosse is a thicker wooden shaft designed for the toughest players and the smoothest feel in the world.
Carbon fiber lacrosse shafts have a lot to offer and there are plenty of great brands making quality shafts for every position.
Fantum Lacrosse puts comfort, weight, balance, and true craftsmanship into each wooden lacrosse shaft that they produce for the perfect combination of historically traditional methods and a modern feel of precision.
StringKing Lacrosse is putting women first with the Legend W and its elite level Type W performance mesh. The Legend W delivers precision and accuracy consistently with the ability to place the ball anywhere that you want at a moments notice, and there’s no lack of power either. After a few weeks, we finally have our take on the Legend W and we are blown away by its amazing performance.
Epoch has always been a company that stands behind their products with full confidence, and the Epoch Prequel Lacrosse Head is no exception. The Prequel is a quality pick up if you are an offensive minded player looking for versatility in a lacrosse head that’ll last.
Element lacrosse is just coming onto the lacrosse scene with their primary head, the onset, and they’re ready for the future.
StringKing’s Complete 2 line is designed specifically for player performance and growth from a young age. The Complete 2 is also strung better than any prestrung complete stick on the market. There is no question that any new player would love these sticks.
The STX Stallion 700 is an extremely versatile lacrosse head that all players would be lucky to own. Some of their recent advancements include their new speed scoop, leather ball stop, and top string protection.
Design and technology company known for premier lacrosse equipment unveils new shaft incorporating technology used in aerospace and military industries
Arc Lacrosse has made a name for themselves in the past few years with their innovative lacrosse shafts. Since we didn’t know too much about them, we hit them up to find out more. Arc Lacrosse was able to tell us a little bit about their background in the paintball industry and how it helped them excel in the lacrosse market.
The Dark Night! The Murdered-out Mayhem! The All Black Bomber! This Nike Lakota U is so fresh, so clean, and so accurate; thanks to XPRO mesh from Lax Room and some nifty stringing tips.
The STX Arrow is by far an eye catcher for even the most experienced lacrosse player and one of those heads you just don’t see too often. This is actually the first one that I have seen in person along with also having the pleasure of stringing
The Warrior Evo is a head that has been around the block a time or two. There have been so many different variations of this head it has provided players with a reliable head that has been true for all attack men players for years.
The Stringers Society Crew breaks down te STX Stallion 550u with some fresh fiber mesh from our friends at Throne of String. Tied up by mrr_strings this is a great pocket for any defensive middie looking for some extra hold with a nice release.
The Warrior Burn is a pristine weapon of choice for offensive players that want to make a difference in their play. This head is very durable, with a nice shape to compliment it as well. Stringing wise for the Burn is very convenient due to the 19 sidewall holes and the large size of them as well. Below will be individual categories going more in detail.