2014 Maverik WonderBoy Line

2014 Maverik WonderBoy Line


New for 2014, the Maverik Wonderboy set is the latest lacrosse equipment line from Maverik. Featuring arm guards/pads, elbow pads, shoulder protection, gloves, and goalie equipment. Read More…

REVIEW: NoSweat Disposable Helmet Sweat Absorber

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When I first received a pack of the NoSweat disposable helmet pads, I was a bit skeptical of whether it’d be worth changing them out all the time.  It seemed like one more thing that I would have to remember to do before each game.  After using them in recent box lacrosse games, however, I’m jumping on the bandwagon.  These things rock. Read More…

Beaver Lacrosse Mesh Review

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Hello everyone, as I am sure some of you fellow users have heard, there is a new wax mesh product from Mississauga, Ontario called Beaver Mesh. Beaver Mesh is produced by Brendan Chong and is a product that will prove to be a competitor against East Coast Mesh, Marc Mesh, and especially hard and soft mesh. Read More…

Dyna-Claws Equipment Review

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Hello there fellow campers! My name is Nick Condon, you may have recognized me from my work in the Camp Hope promotional video! If you guys don’t like Heavyweights then I advise not to read this review. But, if you do, then stay right here. The season is upon us! Read More…

DYNA-CLAWS Performance Field Cleats Review

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DYNA-CLAWS Performance Field Cleats are the only cleats on the market that react to every move of the athlete. Whether you are running forward, back pedaling or making a cut, each of the DYNA-CLAWS six dynamic legs adapt to the playing surface and provide up to 85% more points of contact than a studded or molded outsole shoe. Read More…

Mass Mesh 10 Diamond Review

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So it seems these days there’s a new wax mesh popping up every other month. Most I’ve felt are way too sticky and leave your hands feeling like you poured some Elmer’s over your hands. Mass mesh is now in my top two wax meshes for this reason, it doesn’t feel like super glue, it’s not expensive and it definitely helps against water. I was excited to try this stuff out and really happy that I did now. Read More…

LacrosseWax Gear Review

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So, with the raging about wax mesh pieces LaxWax has come on the scene to help out those looking for some grip for their current mesh without having to restring. The application to this product is not too difficult, but is slightly similar to putting on sunscreen, getting an even coat is not really guaranteed. Read More…

Easton Stealth Core Shaft Review

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Easton’s strength in the lacrosse world since they began moving into the sport has always been their shafts. They provide solid shafts with grip for a price that very few can compete with. The Stealth Core handle continues in this path being the first 7050 handle to have a diamond style grip. Easton promises to grab a lot of attention with this mid priced handle comparable to a Sabre or F22 with one of the most popular grips on the market. Read More…

Gait STI90 Lacrosse Shaft Review

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Gait’s new direction on lacrosse equipment has been interesting for the lacrosse community. I have to say it’s made me a believer that Gait is moving towards being a major contender. They are known for innovation that many times doesn’t come across great to the American lacrosse community. Moreover, some of the lightest handles weren’t entirely that strong. Read More…

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Easton EON Complete Stick Review

Easton EON


The Easton EON complete beginner stick is the newest beginner stick to hit the market. This stick is meant for the new player jumping into the game and looking to find a stick that will help them develop into the next star on the field. The EON provides an alternative option for the up and coming player. Read More…