Warrior NOZ Is Back For A Summer Release

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Back on tour for the Summer, Warrior is bringing back the original NOZ head. This ultra-light weight lacrosse head was the first ever to feature Warrior’s patented nitrogen NOZ molding technique to reduce weight in a lacrosse head. Weighing in at 4.3 oz the NOZ still stands up in the market as one of the lightest heads in the industry. Read More…

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We Believe Foundation Gear for this Weekend

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The 5th Annual We Believe Lacrosse Classic is almost here. And, here is the much anticipated gear that will be worn by players this Saturday, August 4th, at Archbishop Spalding High School in Maryland. Please come out to support the athletes playing in honor of their own personal cancer warriors and join in helping teens and young adults beat cancer! Read More…

Brine Marble Clutch — Limited Edition

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Last week we teased you by showing the Green Marble Clutch head from Brine. Today, we are showing you the other colorways. Other colorways include Orange, Black and Light Blue. Read More…

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Lacrosse Product Review for Throne of String’s ‘Throne Mesh’

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As advertised, this mesh does not get dirty as fast as others due to its small amount of wax coating. It takes about 30-60 minutes for break-in, and after the break-in period it still has the same pocket shape, does not lose its wax coating, and is not as soft as some mesh after the break-in period. Read More…

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Brine Marble Green Clutch

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Available for a limited time only. Brine is offering the clutch in Marble mix colors. Today, we are showing you the Marble Green Clutch colorway. The Marble mix colors are molded directly into the head during production so the color will never chip or wear off. No two heads are alike because the swirling process is completely random. Available in High School spec only.

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New Lacrosse Company Specializes in PRO Strung Heads

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One Tribe Lacrosse is a brand spanking new company who specializes in selling PRO Strung lacrosse heads and other lacrosse gear like shafts, mesh, stringing kits, and more. By now, you’re probably wondering what a PRO Strung head is exactly Read More…

How to String: Traditional Stringers Tips

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The Lacrosse Network brings you stringing tips from East Coast Dyes. Greg from East Coast Dyes talks about traditional stringing and gives tips on how to string up a traditional head with great hold. Read More…

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How To Fix A Shaky Lacrosse Head With Stylin Strings

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Justin Skaggs from Stylin Strings runs through the problem of shaky heads and how to both fix and prevent the issue. The second portion of this tutorial focuses on fixing a STX AV8, a head that commonly becomes shaky. Read More…

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Long Island Lizards’ Greg Gurenlian Tests the New Warrior Blade Pro (Video)

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After getting my hands on the new Blade Pro from Warrior, I strung it up and put it to the test. I did my usual routine for warming up and compared the heads side-by-side. I then checked for flexibility, scoop, and a bunch of other features. Here’s my comparison. Read More…

Posted in: Heads, MLL

Part 3: Stylin’ Strings Virginia Lacrosse Customs

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This Stylin’ Strings Lax Customs issue is Part 3 of our UVA stick series. This round of heads was completed right before this season kicked off. We know how the season has ended now but we still wanted to show these 10 new sticks that includes two goalie heads. Read More…

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