If you haven’t made yourself familiar with Wolf Athletics yet, do your self a favor and get caught up. Three guys from northern Illinois got fed up with seeing the same old stuff being rebranded or regurgitated in the lacrosse scene year after year. So what did they do? They created the Ghost, the most […]
Cascade and Maverik Lacrosse have signed the University of Michigan men’s lacrosse program to a four-year equipment deal that will put each brand’s most advanced equipment into the hands of every player on the team. Entering its fourth season as a Division I program, the team is poised for its most successful season yet competing […]
I’m breaking down the in’s and out’s of the NEW Traditional Head from TLAX! That sidewall, that beautiful sidewall!
A while back we featured a 4×4 box lacrosse style mini-goal from Rukket Sports. This time we are cycling back around to show off the two newest pieces of gear that Rukket has added to their lacrosse arsenal.
One of the worst things for your cleats is to walk with them on cement or hard ground that isn’t the intended playing surface. The hard ground grinds down your cleats reducing traction when you are on the field and need it most. This in turn shortens the life of your cleats, and your ability to […]
My name is Mike Sullivan and I am the store manager at ComLax Marlborough. Today I am here to share my thoughts on the soon-to-be-released Warrior Rabil 2 Head.
Check out our review of TimberStix, high-quality handmade wooden lacrosse shafts crafted in New Hampshire.
I was very fortunate to get a hold of the new Maverik Optik head (HS spec) before its release date on July 4th. I had been eager to string one of these up and take it for a test drive, so I was pretty excited when it showed up!
The debate surrounding box lacrosse helmets and face masks/cages is still running strong, but now we’re starting to get a lot more information on the ins and outs of the issue, and some clarity seems to be emerging because of it.
As far as wooden lacrosse shafts go, RipWood handles are a unique product with a great deal of value for the user. I prefer the feel of lumber in my hands to a metal shaft 99 out of 100 times. I believe wooden shafts are one of the last remaining threads keeping lacrosse connected to […]