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Epoch Gen 6 C60 REVIEW

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Epoch Gen 6 C60 The Torque Box is strong with the Epoch C60 this year. A super light Dpole that really lets you lay the check on your attackman in a way that they will remember you. Throw your checks right and you can snag a hidden stick without any issue. Clearing passes are also […]

Posted in: Epoch, Sticks/Shafts

StringKing Mark I head & A7150 shaft

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Most will agree that StringKing lived up to the hype when they released the Metal and Metal Plus shafts before the holidays. I thought they were at the highest they could possibly want to go, until they teased “New Year, New Products” on Instagram. Shortly thereafter, we got our first glimpses of the Mark I and […]

TRUE COMP SP 2.0 Shaft Review

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TRUE Lacrosse (made by True Temper) recently released several shafts, catering to different types of players.  Their COMP SP 2.0 is their entry level composite shaft so I gave it a full test.  TRUE markets this shaft as perfect for beginners starting in the game of lacrosse or players who want to feel how a composite […]

RedLine Anatomy Mark IV Release Review

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RedLine is an emerging company that is shooting to be a big time competitor on the shaft market. The RedLine Anatomy Mark IV is a strong contender for top of the line shafts in the 2016 season. If you are a carbon fiber fan but like the sharper edges of some metal shaft models the […]

Posted in: Redline

HeadLock Review

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“Screws fall out all the time; the world’s an imperfect place.”  This was true when John Bender said it in The Breakfast Club (If this movie is before your time, it’s a classic – go watch it), and still holds true in the world of lacrosse. Every screw hole in every lacrosse head and shaft varies a tiny […]

Posted in: Sticks/Shafts

Powell Pioneer head, Flight 22 shaft, Mighty Black shaft

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The Powell Pioneer head is really solid all the way around and really shines when it is being used for offense, which shouldn’t surprise anyone considering who the head was designed by. Out of the box, the first thing I noticed was the face shape. This has got to be one of the tightest universal […]

Posted in: Heads, Sticks/Shafts

Lizard Skins Review

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Pretty much every lacrosse player tapes up their shaft in some way to add some grip and more tactile feel on their stick.  But tape wears out quickly, looks ugly, gets ruined in the rain, can cause your gloves to get worn out and ruined and has to be re-done pretty often.  Tape is also […]

Stringer’s Shack G3 Ultralight Mesh Review

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Stringer’s Shack’s G3 ultralight mesh is their highest end performance mesh. It comes in at a very low price point compared to other performance meshes on the market.  When Stringer’s Shack challenged me to try out their mesh I was a bit skeptical of how good a mesh would perform that’s a fraction of the […]

Wolf Athletics Phantom Shaft Review (60″ and 30″)

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Wolf Athletic’s first shaft, the Ghost is was made of bulletproof polycarbonate plastic, making it very flexible (read my review of the Ghost and it’s optional LED Lax kit here). With their second offering, the Phantom, Wolf Athletic took the polycarbonate shell of the Ghost and inserted a seamless Grade 9 Titanium rod inside of […]

Review: LAXe Handle



The way I’ve made my butt ends for years was by basically making a huge knob that would stop my index finder and my thumb as the rest of my bottom hand wrapped around it. I liked it because I felt like I could bring my top hand further down the shaft to have a […]

Posted in: Equipment/Gear, Gadgets