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Grip ‘N Rip: Max Seibald, Boston Cannons

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Recently someone asked me if I had to pick an All-Star lacrosse team, who would be on the first midfield line. The first guy I picked was Max Seibald, without hesitation. Max embodies the fundamental two way midfielder. He is so unbelievably fast and strong that it is really difficult to count him out of […]

Posted in: Field equipment, Nike

Nova Sticks Nova Speed Review


When Nova Sticks hit me up on Instagram about their new Nova Speed, I didn’t know what to expect.  These shafts are very competitive with other similar shafts on the market, yet has its own features that set it apart at a very competitive price. The Nova Speed is quite light, coming in at 165 grams. The shaft has […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Kyle Hartzell, New York Lizards

HEMPSTEAD, NY - APRIL 27:  Kyle Hartzell #81 of the Long Island Lizards in action against the Rochester Rattlers at James M. Shuart Stadium on April 27, 2014 in Hempstead, New York. Lizards defeated the Rattlers 18-15.  (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

The MLL touts itself on having the best players in the world compete against each other. Most people would believe this would just be an extension of NCAA Division I lacrosse but, in fact, it is the best players from all divisions and clubs. Kyle Hartzell is no exception.  Kyle was a standout defenseman playing […]

Aero Lacrosse Falcon Shaft Review


Aero Lacrosse unveiled their new Falcon, a carbon fiber shaft that weighs only 129 grams. Falcon spent two years on a new manufacturing techniques to give it a high strength to weight ratio. I got a hold of one and the final product is unreal. This light of a shaft gives a distinct feel on the […]

Rukket 4×4 Net and Target Rejector Bundle


One annoying thing about pretty much any lacrosse goal is that it’s a pain to take anywhere. The guys at Rukket, who make targets for lots of different sports and mainly known for their golf training tools, recently made a 4×4 lacrosse net and a target that goes on it. I put this set to […]

Posted in: Equipment/Gear

Grip ‘N Rip: Kyle Harrison, Ohio Machine

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To run through the accolades that Kyle Harrison has received in his lacrosse career would not do enough justice to explain what he has meant to the modern midfield position. He is a trend setter and a game changer who can cause problems on both sides of the field for the opposing team. Kyle played […]

ARC Shaft Review


ARC lacrosse shafts are unlike any other shaft on the market.  The first time I saw one of these they reminded me of hot glue dyes I used to do on heads.  When ARC challenged me to review one of these shafts, I was even more impressed to see one in person and found out these are […]

Posted in: Sticks/Shafts

Grip ‘N Rip: Drew Snider, Denver Outlaws

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Not many players come out of the west coast and start after one season at the University of Maryland. Even fewer players score the game winning goal in an MLL Championship game. To my knowledge, the only player that fits this bill is Denver Outlaws midfielder Drew Snider. Drew is a force to be reckoned […]

Under Armour Headline Goalie Head: Guest Review by Redbeard


When Under Armour asked us to take on their Headline goalie head, we had to call in the best goalie blogger around, Mr. @redbeard_lax aka Travis Sandin: _______ Under Armour has made some huge strides in lacrosse since getting back into the game. With their full line of player gear for field and box they included […]

Predator R.A.T. Review


For a pretty long time, I’ve been looking for a good training aid for my box goal to help me work on pin-pointing my shots.  When I saw the Predator Lax R.A.T. (Reflex Automatic Target), I knew had to test it.  The guys at Predator challenged me to give it a shot (awful pun alert!) and I gave […]

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