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Review: Gait Torque

The Gait head debuted over five years ago, but is still going strong according to our friend and blogger at Check out what he has to say. MORE AFTER THE JUMP…

Summer Stick 101

Summer Stick 101

We told you last week about Cornell’s summer stick dilemma and now we are presenting Jovan Miller’s summer stick. But first, what exactly is a summer stick? Find Out…

Posted in: Equipment/Gear, Heads

Reader Gives the Marble Dye Job a Shot

A reader followed the directions for dyeing a head “Marble,” as seen in the previous post, “A closer Look at the Marble Dye Job.” Keep experimenting. Send us your pics to [email protected] PICTURE ON THE OTHER SIDE…

Posted in: Equipment/Gear, Heads

Stevenson's Steve Kazimer, Dye Job

Steve Kazimer has been one of the many stars for Stevenson this year. He had three apples in yesterday’s overtime victory over Roanoke to advance to the D-3 semi-finals. Here’s his stick with soft mesh and a grey marble finish. MORE…

Team Battle Lax Stringing

Battle Lax in Cary, North Carolina, has strung up some tight traditional heads recently. They do good work. Give them a look below and at their site. MORE PICS…

A Closer Look: Warrior Cobra

We were the first to unveil the new Warrior Cobra pics, as well as the cool video for it, and now we are delivering a closer look at the head. It hits the shelves very soon. MORE PICS UNDER THE CUT…

Warrior Cobra Video

The Warrior Cobra has been released and now it’s time for an even closer look. Pay close attention to the ultra light weight sidewall design.

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Grip N' Rip: Max Hubbard

Grip N' Rip: Max Hubbard

Each week Lacrosse Playground features 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 Swarthmore’s scoring threat Max Hubbard. Hubbard is Jesse Hubbard’s brother, who continues the great legacy established by his older brother by ripping nets and rocking Warrior. Check out how Jesse and Max string their wands after the Jump. Keep Reading

Posted in: Brine, Companies

Warrior Lacrosse Unleashes COBRA, COBRA X

Warrior has released a new head, COBRA. If you are wondering if the name COBRA sounds familiar then you are not mistaken. The original COBRA was the first head from Warrior. The new version of the COBRA obviously doesn’t have that much in common with the original, but it does have a little of the curved sidewall offset shape and that is what lead Warrior back down the path of the COBRA. The head will be legal for all levels of play with the X Spec and the Traditional Spec which is only legal for NFHS/Youth. Read More

Grip ‘N Rip: Jeremy Hirsch

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 Princeton senior defenseman and recently named captain, Jeremy Hirsch. Check out what he uses to bring the pain. More after the jump.

Posted in: Grip 'N Rip, Heads