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Under Armour Command Head Review

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The Under Armour Command head is honestly nothing like what they have released before. Every other head that UA has released, they all had that kind of distinct look where everyone could tell that it was an Under Armour head. The Command is different, they took a different design approach but it is still obviously […]

Posted in: Heads, Under Armour

Guardian Pearl Lacrosse Ball Review

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Regular lacrosse balls are manufactured in China, using vulcanized rubber, as well as cheap fillers and oils that are added into the rubber.  Over time these materials, specifically the fillers, separate from the molecules of the rubber and go to the surface of the ball.  This makes the ball, super hard and very slick, making […]

Maverik Rome RX3 Glove Review

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This past year in the National Championship Maverik revealed the the RX3 glove and they definitely are championship caliber mitts. Best glove Maverik has made to date for sure. Protection 10 out of 10 During our tests, we could barely feel any slashes in these gloves. Getting hacked up is never a worry and the […]

Posted in: Gloves, Maverik

Grip ‘N Rip: Scott Rodgers, Ohio Machine

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Warrior Pro Player and Ohio Machine brick wall, Scott Rodgers drops by to give the low down on what he’s using to stop some serious heat in the MLL. After being named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2010 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament, he finished his career at Notre Dame ranked first in save percentage and […]

Posted in: Arm Pads, Equipment/Gear

East Coast Dyes Mint Lacrosse Ball Review

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When the guys over at East Coast Dyes challenged me to try out their new Mint lacrosse ball, the non-greaser ball, I was a bit skeptical.  After years of playing with lacrosse balls that turn into dinosaur eggs after sitting outside for too long or just regular use, I thought a ball that kept the same […]

Wolf Athletics Ghost Shaft and LED Lax Kit Review

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The guys over at Wolf Athletics challenged me to try their Ghost shaft along with the LED Lax kit that goes with it. I put these to the test and found them to be pretty cool and innovative. The Shaft The Wolf Athletics Ghost shaft is made of a polycarbonate material that is used for bullet […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Greg Coholan, University of Virginia

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University of Virginia senior midfielder, Greg Coholan, made everyone stop and turn their eyes towards him last season when he willed an injury plagued UVA team to a first round home game in the NCAA playoffs. With so many players on both ends of the field injured last season, he switched between attack and midfield to […]

Posted in: Grip 'N Rip, Stringing

Ten Minute Traditional: Pita

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Ten Minute Traditional created a pre-strung pocket with high-quality materials.    Ease of Stringing: 9/10 All you really need to know how to do are sidewalls and topstrings. But I’ve seen thousands of home strung sticks over the years and I know that isn’t something everyone knows how to do. Ten Minute Traditional created videos on how to […]

Posted in: Stringing

SwaxLax Training Ball Review

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One of the best things a player could do to improve their stick handling skills is to carry a stick, cradling a ball in it as much as they can.  The issue with this is that if you drop a lacrosse ball, in places such as a house, it could bounce around easily, causing damage […]

Posted in: Balls, Equipment/Gear

Grip ‘N Rip: Connor Buczek, Florida Launch

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Dubbed “The Cincinnati Sniper,” Connor Buczek was drafted second overall in the 2015 MLL Draft by the Florida Launch for his dodging capabilities, and his accurate stretch shooting. Connor finished his college career at Cornell University as a three-time USILA All-American, twice being named a first team All-American, a three-time first team All-Ivy League, a […]