Easton EON Complete Stick Review

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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…

MoGo Sport Orange Flavored Mouthguard Review

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Yep it’s official I’m doing a review on a mouthguard, as a men’s league player where it’s not required but definitely a great idea. Well for all you younger players you should always wear a mouth guard it’s the best thing to protect you from a concussion and yeah they are nasty, uncomfortable, and you have to mold them….until now for the most part. Read More…

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Easton Stealth Core Gloves Review

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Easton hit the market last year with gloves and really struggled from what I saw. This year they came out with a lower priced version of the Stealth glove called the Stealth Core and they really took all the feedback and made huge improvements with this years model. I got to try these out this week in my box men’s game that got really rough and really put these gloves through their paces competing against my normal gloves. Read More…

Warrior Burn Arm Pads Review

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Well Warrior went for the whole deal with the Burn line including the midfield arm pads. These arm pads made me slightly skeptical but more than impressed. Those looking for a good arm pad for a reasonable price will be extremely happy. Read More…

Warrior Burn Shoulder Pads Review

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These shoulder pads are the continuation of the Hitman line and one that was thoroughly unexpected in the direction Warrior has taken. They’re all white and largely changed cut. I have had the Hitman 2.0’s for over 10 years and never needed a different shoulder pad or found one that made me want to change, these may be the pad we’ll see. Read More…

Gear Review: Bownet Portable Lacrosse Goal, Crease

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Bownet recently sent us a few pieces of equipment to review. We received a portable lacrosse goal and a crease. Yes, a portable crease! We took it outside to a local park to test it out. Read More…

2013 Brine Lacrosse, LOPRO SUPERLIGHT Shoulder Pads

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Take a closer look at new shoulder pads from Brine’s LOPRO SUPERLIGHT Series. Today, we are showing you the LOPRO SL Shoulder Pad and LOPRO SL Mid Shoulder Pad. Read More…

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2013 Warrior Burn Hitman Shoulder Pad

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The Burn Hitman SP is part of the BURN PROTECTIVE Series, which is inspired by the best selling cleat in lacrosse. The all new BURN series was built to maximize speed and protection. Read More…

2013 Warrior Hundy Lacrosse Gloves

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Get a full fist of protection at a five-fingered discount with Warrior’s Hundy Glove. Hit the ground running with serious protection at a price that any laxer will love. The Hundy glove features a 50/50 nylon and PU leather construction for unstoppable durability and lightweight handling, and is available in eight different color options for a look that your entire team can agree on. Read More…

Karmada Lacrosse Shaft Review

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The Karmada Lacrosse S-thirty shaft with True Temper technology is the perfect example of what a great composite shaft should be like. Its list of technical specs is impressive (180 grams, 3X as strong as a titanium shaft), but it’s the feel of the shaft that totally sets this stick apart from comparable products on the market today. Read More…