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Grip ‘N Rip: Justin Turri, Boston Cannons

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Justin Turri is a monster offensive midfielder. Justin put up 70 goals and 52 assists at Duke University while receiving multiple USILA All-American Honors and also leading Duke to multiple Final Four appearances and Duke’s first lacrosse National Championship in 2010. Justin has continued to see success in the MLL on the Rattlers and now, […]

Posted in: Brine, Equipment/Gear

Grip ‘N Rip: Zack Greer, Saskatchewan Rush

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When I write these little paragraphs describing the accolades of players featured, I normally start by looking at what their respective universities have to say about them. The process was no different when I started writing Zack Greer’s article, but after a quick glance of his three years at Duke University, this might be a […]

The Complete Evolution of the Lacrosse Stick

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You know that highly technological metal lacrosse stick that moves seamlessly through your gloves, perfectly balanced, strong and sturdy, comprised of the best material known to man? Well surprisingly enough, laxers haven’t always been so lucky to use such artfully crafted pieces of lacrosse equipment. There was a time as early as 1000 A.D. where laxers had to build their own lacrosse sticks, usually of wood, and pray that they wouldn’t break. Or even worse, hope that the ball wouldn’t hit the lip when passing or shooting. Cringe. Read More…

Posted in: Heads, Lifestyle

STX Launches New Stallion and Surgeon Sc-Ti Handles

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Baltimore, MD – August 22, 2012 – Baltimore-based STX, LLC, a global sporting goods leader, announced today the launch of its new Stallion and Surgeon Sc-Ti handles. The Sc-Ti handles feature a blend of scandium and titanium to make the handle stronger than a scandium handle and lighter than a titanium handle. Read More…

Posted in: Sticks/Shafts, STX

Brine F22 Air Shaft

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This titanium alloy handle is lighter and stronger than the F15. This handle replaced the ignite 7075 alloy, and is a great mid-range handle for any player. The Brine F22 Air Shaft also features a powder coat and perforated air holes to increase grip and reduce weight. Read More…

Posted in: Brine, Sticks/Shafts

Girls Lacrosse Sticks: The Vanishing Art of Stick Tuning

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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…

Posted in: Stringing, Womens Lax

1 Lacrosse Insignia 2.0 Shaft

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The Insignia 2.0 is made from 1 Lacrosse’s 7075 Ti-Alloy and features ECS Technology for a lighter, more durable handle. New and improved graphics, increased color options, and a No-Slip-Grip coating make the Insignia 2.0 a stylish and performance-driven shaft for players of all levels.

Brendan Mundorf: Stick Preference



Brendan Mundorf, newest member of the STX team, discusses what head and shaft he plays with in a recent interview.

Posted in: Heads, Sticks/Shafts
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