Dazed and Confused: What You Must Know About Head and Neck Injuries

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If the image above scares you, then good. It’s an image of Notre Dame Fighting Irish attackman Ryan Foley lying on the field after a hit by Virginia Cavaliers midfielder Bobby Hill during the second half of the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals at PPL Park. Foley turned out to be OK after being examined by a doctor. Head and neck injuries, even with precaution, are sometimes unavoidable in the physical game of lacrosse. Read More…

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Gait Lacrosse Matter Head 2013

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Gait drops a new head for 2013 and it is super light! The Matter head weighs in at 117g which makes it one of the lightest in the game. The lacrosse head features an open side wall to maximize the strength to weight ratio. The head also presents an early offset for increased pocket depth to maximize ball retention. Read More…

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Tribe7 New Lacrosse Head: The Sceptre7

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Once again, you asked for it, and Tribe7 made it. The Sceptre7, an NCAA/X Head that you can face-off, score, and crush things with. At 111 grams, the Sc7 lacrosse head is light enough for Attackmen, and yet stiff enough for D-Poles. A Head for Ruling the Field, from end line to end line. Read More…

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Rit Dye…The Original

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These days manufacturers are customizing and dyeing heads in ways people could have never imagined back in the day. These mass produced heads are located all over the globe in just about every retail store. It is important to remember the pioneers of dyeing and the individuality and hard work it takes to dye your own head. Read More…

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Warrior Blade Pro X6 Head

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The most popular face off head of all time has returned. The Blade Pro X6 comes with reinforced sidewalls and the perfect pinch for winning the draw every time. Only legal for NCAA play. Order today to reserve your Blade Pro X6. Head will begin to ship beginning April 16th.

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Warrior Blade Pro Head

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The most popular face off head of all time has returned. The Blade Pro comes with reinforced sidewalls and the perfect pinch for winning the draw every time. This head is legal for High School.

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Brine Limited Edition Camo Clutch X Head

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The popular Brine Clutch X is already known for its maximum control, lightweight feel and accuracy, but it just got a whole lot better! You get all the high performance features of the most popular head on the market with a sweet limited edition Camo finish. Hurry up and get one before they run out!

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Brine Encore X Superlight Head

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The Encore X Superlight is Brine’s first lacrosse head featuring Dual Technology with the 2-shot and NOZ Technologies. The strategic placement of NOZ allows this head to join the superlight family. The head encompasses a reverse 2-Shot color scheme allowing for an all color head with White color hits on the sidewall. Truoffset allows for maximum hold and accuracy. Meets NFHS and NCAA Specs.

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STX Super Power — Pink

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STX just dropped a Pink colorway for select heads. One of them being the Super Power. This Pink SP Follows the aerodynamic and streamlined design of the game’s best head, the Proton Power. Reinforced scoop design strengthens the scoop as well as the siderails. Additional stringing holes allow for easier custom stringing. STX forward cant. Legal for both HS/Youth and NCAA.

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Team Jesse Head by Stylin’ Strings Lacrosse

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For this issue Stylin Strings Lax teamed up with 1 Lacrosse, and the charitable Team Jesse Foundation. Brian over at 1 Lacrosse manufactured a sweet custom patriotic designed shaft to match the Foundation’s logo. Brian called Dustin at Stylin Strings to complete the full stick to expose this great cause which is detailed more below. Read More…

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