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All Shafts Flex, But What Happens Next, Is Epoch


LOS ANGELES, CA (September 5, 2012) – Epoch Lacrosse has proven that carbon fiber is a superior material for a lacrosse shaft and for 2013, they have raised the bar. Their 2013 Dragonfly lineup pulls away from the competition, using technology that can be both seen and felt. Read More…

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Epoch Lacrosse Founder Gives Exclusive Look Into 2013 Lineup Of Shafts

EPOCH LAX Launch Party

September and October are going to be big months for Epoch Lacrosse, launching their 2013 lineup of shafts. We recently caught up with Epoch Founder, James Miceli, to discuss the rapid rise of Epoch and what the future holds for the company. The carbon fiber shafts in particular have been well received. Read More…

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Lacrosse Playground Candy Cane Shafts For Ocean City Lax Classic


This year at the Ocean City Lax Classic Team Lacrosse Playground will be playing with Epoch Lacrosse shafts. The shafts are the 2013 Dragonfly carbon fiber shafts. The Dpole is the 2013 R60 and the shortie is the 2013 C30. Read More…

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STX FLEX Technology Explained (Video)


STX Design Engineer Jonathan Bond talks about the new FLEX technology featured in the Alliance handles. He walks through how FLEX works and which level of FLEX is better for different players. Read More…

Posted in: Sticks/Shafts, STX

Major League Lacrosse Announces New License Agreement with SKINIT, INC.

Boston, MA (November 16) – Major League Lacrosseannounced today that they have signed a multi year licensing agreement with Skinit, Inc., the industry leader in consumer personalization for electronic devices. MLL fans can now personalize their laptop, cell phone and other electronic devices with their favorite MLL team’s logo and soon their favorite players in action. Along with an offering of “Skins” for electronics, MLL fans can look forward to tailgate packs and MLL player growth charts as part of the emerging lacrosse product line from Skinit.

Video: Reebok Increasing Hockey and Lacrosse Stick Speed With O-Technology

Most athletes will concur that even the smallest advantage in sport can drastically improve their performance. Reebok is using the latest technology to provide those advantages to athletes across several different sports.

The latest trend in sports such as hockey, lacrosse and baseball is called O-Technology, which Reebok adapted from tennis racket maker, Prince. The technology involves cutting holes in the shaft of a hockey stick, lacrosse stick or baseball bat, which increases the speed with which an athlete swings. Keep Reading…

1Lacrosse Debuts Korean National Team Shaft

The Korean National Team is going to be rocking very cool custom shafts this Summer for the World Games. Once again, 1Lacrosse does a stellar job. MORE…

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1Lacrosse Unveils Two New Shafts

As always, 1Lacrosse is on top of their game. Below are the team shaft designs for Mexico and Argentina. MORE PICS…

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Steele Stanwick's Whip

It is a well-known belief that UNC’s Billy Bitter and the entire Stanwick family get their wands strung by their dads. Now there is proof. Inside Lacrosse asked Steele during the Big City Classic about his stick and he gave a great explanation behind its purpose. He discusses his shooting strings, the ball placement, the shaft, and MORE.

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

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