After getting to spend a few field days with Burd’s wooden attack shaft out here in sunny Southern California, I’ve come to love wooden handles. The Burd stick I’m testing doesn’t have the optional wax coating, which gave it a true old-school-style feel to the stick. It’s made from hickory, so you you can be darn […]
It sucks. You’re in the middle of a lacrosse game, and during a timeout the referee taps you on the shoulder. He wants to see if your lacrosse stick is legal. Your heart drops. You surrender your lacrosse stick over to him as he checks the length, width, and does the infamous ball roll-out and […]
Epoch DragonFly E30 IQ5 – Another entry in the Epoch DragonFly Gen5 lineup has met yet another need for another group of specific players. The E30 is for those guys who are just all palms. Got short fingers? This is the shaft for you. The DragonFly E shaft is definitely a different feel and has […]
Minneapolis, MN – April 1, 2015 — Today Epoch announces that the next series of The Hawk will have Built-in Wi-Fi. So, The Hawk will create its own Wi-Fi that any of your devices can connects to. The Hawk is leading the way with the only lacrosse head that offers the built-in 5G LTE Wi-Fi […]
A steady key fob is so important for Summer. When you are in and out of hotel rooms and camp dorms you lose things. Don’t lose your keys! Green Lacrosse Sticks in a nice large noticeable size (the lacrosse sticks on the back are in White) are embroidered on a Navy Ribbon and then double stitched onto a Kelly Green 100% cotton webbing. All classic elements combined with quality workmanship made in America.
Buying a new stick is like getting a new baseball mitt – it needs to be properly broken in before it can be used effectively. Most players and parents don’t realize this, and we see many “tennis racquets” –new or restrung sticks that haven’t been adjusted – in our training sessions. The pocket of a girls stick must be adjusted to make it easier to catch, cradle, and throw while also conforming to the rules. Read More…
Kiel James Patrick introduces the Cambreshire Dunes collection. The Cambreshire Dunes collection is an ensemble of rustic overtures, neutral colors, silks, tweeds, and tartans. The Chickasaw vs Creek bracelet, from the Cambreshire Dunes collection, is combining these classic patterns, fabrics with lacrosse sticks as an added touch. Keep Reading…