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.
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…
Max McCool dyes a Van Halen/University of Alabama mash-up, and shows how quick and easy the style can be with a ruler and some electrical tape.
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We love the NCAA tourney a lot because of the new gear brands feature. UNC’s debuting new helmets for this weekend’s matchup against Tobacco Road foe, Duke.
When we did a Grip ‘N Rip on Max Feely back in February we knew he was a special player, but had no idea he’d end up scoring the game winning goal this past weekend to keep Cornell alive in the NCAA tourney.
His goal in the third overtime was monumental and it has propelled the Big Red to meet Army next round. Check out the post-game press conference with Feely below at the :55 mark and his past Grip ‘N Rip with great pictures of his stick.
Each week Lacrosse Playground will be featuring a different lacrosse athlete as part of our “Grip ‘N Rip” series, where we’ll find out what the best use to fine tune their game. This week we are featuring Cornell’s Max Feely. This stud was extremely underrated going into college, but soon got on everyone’s radar after Cornell’s championship run in ’09.
Based on the very popular Clutch head, this is the first Brine Men’s head to use their new 2-shot molding process. Plus, a new face shape with reverse flared sidewall, scoop, and throat. It meets both NCAA specs and NFHS specs.