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STX Hammer 500 Lacrosse Shaft Equipment Review

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Carbon Defensive shafts have been tried before by many companies in the game of lacrosse and typically, it has gone horribly. For a long time I believed there was no real solution for an aggressive pole who wants the carbon feel, the STX Hammer 500 is one solution that truly lives up to the promise and name. Read More…

Barrier Lacrosse 10 Diamond Series Equipment Review

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Another series from Barrier Lacrosse one of the new mesh makers on the scene. Their 10 Diamond Mesh is pretty solid as well and comes in some great variants; Soft, Semi-Hard, and WAX. Their mesh proving to always be impressive and the versatility from a newer company even more so. Read More…

Lacrosse Box Gear Review

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Lacrosse Box is an innovative concept that has taken some thought as to how to review it. This review is not so much the product but the concept and service involved. Lacrosse Box does not make gear but they make it happen for a reasonable price and a great element of surprise. Read More…

StringKing Lacrosse Type 2 Performance Mesh Review

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StringKing Lacrosse has upped their game in a great way with the new Type 2s/2x models. In just about every way they have improved upon the 1 Series that was already out. When they contacted us to review the mesh I was pretty excited but now that I have used it I am far more excited and a definite backer in the StringKing product line. Read More…

Rukket Lacrosse goals and Shot Target Equipment Review

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I was pretty excited when Rukket contacted us to do a product review on their new lacrosse goals, which come in a 6×6 and 4×4 model both of which are very affordable, and after speaking with the representatives from the company I couldn’t wait for them to come in. The products shipped extremely quick and included a 4×4, a 6×6 and a shot target that Brian Dougherty helped design. Read More…

Marc Mesh’s Video on Mesh Material – Nylon vs. Polys

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Marc Mesh has put years of research into their product, first introducing waxed lacrosse mesh to the game in 2008.  In their latest YouTube video, they explain the differences between the material construction of their mesh and a lot of the other companies out there. Read More…

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…