Magik is in the Air – Magik Lacrosse Mesh Review
This piece of mesh is currently pretty rare, and it can be hard to find. Although once you get your hands on a piece, you will be quite pleased you found it. It is definitely an addition to some elite pieces of lacrosse mesh but has a tremendous value for such. It is made with all-weather non-stretch fibers to make it withstand all the types of different types of weather we all face. That is always a huge factor in a good piece of mesh. This especially comes in handy if you live in a snowy or rainy area. You don’t want the pocket to be sagging and changing frequently from the weather.
Magik Mesh will get through the weather and last longer due to it’s thin, tight weaves. Consistency is a real key in lacrosse, and consistency in your mesh is just as important. It is always good when you know you don’t have to worry about the weather, or a longer season, affecting your pocket. Magik Mesh is not exactly semi-hard or semi-soft, it’s a little bit in between. A lot of those who have used it are saying it leans a little more towards hard because of how the ball comes out so fast, but the feel is up for interpretation. I think it has a feel and hold of more soft or semi-soft, but that’s just me.
Signature Lacrosse Magik Mesh Review
It has great consistency every time I pick it up and play with it for shots and passes. Which is obviously also a tremendous factor in addition to its other features. It had a real short break in time to get the pocket all ready and set in. The lightweight feature gives you a great feel and grasp on the ball. I’ve shot a lot, played catch with this in the backyard for weeks, and even got in a small pickup game with Magik Mesh and it performed very well for me. I started with soft mesh when I began lacrosse; but, I have moved to more semi-soft/semi-hard performance mesh and I love this piece. It is a very unique combination of impressive features and a connected feel.
I was happy I was able to get a piece of this mesh from Signature Lacrosse and try it out. I was very pleased and it will be on one of my top sticks. If you get the chance and see if I would purchase it fast. Only $15 for a piece or entire mesh kit for $30.