Jesse Hubbard is one of the most decorated players in all of lacrosse. He won three NCAA Championships with Princeton, was a three-time All-American in college, was a five-time MLL All-Star and won a World Lacrosse Championship with Team USA. In Part III of a three-part interview with Hubbard, we learn a little bit about what it takes to design a new head. >>READ MORE
One of the trends in lacrosse equipment lately is the colored heads and limited edition products that companies are putting out. Warrior has come out with a limited edition run of the Warrior Noz in six different colors. There were only 200 of each head made, which means this is a limited edition run that is only available at select retailers. The heads retail for the same price as the white Noz heads. READ MORE
The Warrior Noz made a splash on the lacrosse scene earlier this year. Get an inside look at what makes the Noz different. >>READ MORE
If you are sick of your plain white Brine Clutch X head and inept at dye jobs, we have some good news for you. Brine has released the Clutch X in a total of 11 different colors. >>READ MORE AND SEE ALL COLORS
What if Louis Vuitton Made a Lacrosse Stick? Check out the dye job that answers that question.>>Read More
We first showed you a peek at Reebok’s Hydro-Fusion heads a few weeks ago, and earlier we told you a bit more about the possibilities with the technology. Now, we wanted to give you a closer look at Reebok’s Houndstooth design for heads with their Hydro-Fusion technology. More photos after the jump.
Today is a jackpot for any of you who are fans of Reebok’s products, because we have a preview of Reebok’s 10K 2010 line. Check out tons of pictures of Reebok’s 10K O-Tech handle and the Reebok 10K head after the jump.
We all know President Obama is a huge basketball fan, but what about lacrosse? Brine produced a custom head for the president. More after the jump.
STX released pictures on its Facebook page today of the new X10 head, which will be available in stores this September/October. The X10 is an Xcalibur that meets the 2010 college specs. The Xcalibur, of course, has always been particularly popular head among defenseman and the X10 will probably follow suit.
Check out the photos after the jump or see all photos STX has to offer on its Facebook fan page.