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Sponsored: Stylin Strings – Chromed out UA Regime and Mike screws up!


Welcome to the 94th episode of the world renowned Ship Out Shout Out by Stylin Strings Lacrosse. This week Mike-A-tron is hosting again and congratulates last week’s winner of the “would you rather?” contest. We start off with an excellent 6 head order heading to Louisiana. First is an STX K18 with a Rasta Color […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Zack Greer, Saskatchewan Rush


When I write these little paragraphs describing the accolades of players featured, I normally start by looking at what their respective universities have to say about them. The process was no different when I started writing Zack Greer’s article, but after a quick glance of his three years at Duke University, this might be a […]

Grip ‘N Rip: Jake Tripucka, New York Lizards

That hair tho'. Image courtesy: Charlotte Hounds

New York Lizards midfielder Jake Tripucka is the definition of a work horse. He’s the two way midfielder that every coach wants on their team so they can provide quick transition from defense to offense and attack right away. Jake did this exceptionally well and his 47 goals, 48 assists, 74 ground balls, and 16 […]

Vogl Patriot Head and Vogl Limited Edition Carbon Shaft Reviews


As a face off guy, I break a lot of heads.  Replacing these heads could get very expensive (damn Blade’s). Especially at a younger age when parents have to shell out money for their kid’s sticks this could be a big issue for kids starting out (especially at the face off X).  Vogl Lacrosse, a […]

Posted in: Heads, Sticks/Shafts

Red Star V2 Performance Mesh Review


Lots of people know who Tom from Red Star Lacrosse is through his YouTube channel, but what many don’t know is he also sells his own mesh.  Previously, he offered a wax mesh that he hand coated himself but recently he released his new Red Star V2 Performance Mesh and challenged me to give it a shot. […]

Posted in: Stringing

Mainely Mesh LighterBro Pro Review


As a frequent stringer, the tools that I always have with me are a lighter and pair of scissors are always with me when I’m stringing.  Occasionally, for those heads that have tiny sidewall holes (which are a huge pain to fit strings in), I also use an old pair of tweezers to help me […]

Posted in: Equipment/Gear

GloveStix Review


For years, I just dealt with my gloves smelling like crap and I’m sure every other lacrosse and hockey player thought the same thing.  This comes from the odor-causing bacteria that comes from your gloves getting saturated in sweat.  I never wanted to wash them cause I didn’t want to change the way they felt. […]

Posted in: Gadgets

Blatant Lacrosse Empire Mesh


Blatant Lacrosse, a company that has been making their wax coated Blatant Mesh, went to the drawing board and spent about a year developing their own proprietary blend of fibers that acted exactly as they wanted.  They recently released this new Empire Mesh performance mesh and challenged me to give it a try. When I first […]

Posted in: Stringing

Grip ‘N Rip: Jimmy Dailey, Atlanta Blaze

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Atlanta Blaze attackman Jimmy Dailey shows off the stick he has been using in the MLL off season. The Baltimore native graduated from Stevenson University in 2011 consistently improving his point total and leading the Mustangs to national prominence. In a sport dominated by speed, Jimmy is one of the fastest out there, breaking ankles […]

Posted in: Equipment/Gear

Grip ‘N Rip: Scott Ratliff, Atlanta Blaze


Atlanta Blaze Long Pole Midfielder, Scott Ratliff, shows off his Under Amrour stick that he’s using to prepare for this MLL season. Scott has been shutting down the MLL’s top midfielders and is an icon for the perfect transition LSM. In Boston, Scott collected a career high 81 ground balls and 20 points, including three […]