Gear Review: Warrior Blade Pro Lacrosse Head

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The Warrior Blade Pro isn’t just for face-off men. It’s built for the multi-tasking midfielder and more. The pro-player designed head is built with the new Pro Scoop for easy ground ball pickups for middies and defensemen. In terms of face-offs, its minimal offset moves your hands closer to the ball for an authoritative face-off advantage, while the narrow face shape channels the ball for advanced shooting accuracy and ball retention. Read More…

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Long Island Lizards’ Greg Gurenlian Tests the New Warrior Blade Pro (Video)

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After getting my hands on the new Blade Pro from Warrior, I strung it up and put it to the test. I did my usual routine for warming up and compared the heads side-by-side. I then checked for flexibility, scoop, and a bunch of other features. Here’s my comparison. Read More…

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Warrior Blade Pro Head

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The most popular face off head of all time has returned. The Blade Pro comes with reinforced sidewalls and the perfect pinch for winning the draw every time. This head is legal for High School.

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Winning The X by Vincent Ricasio



Vincent Ricasio’s latest piece of art is “Winning The X”. This pen & ink drawing on heavy paper is inspired by Boston Cannons face off man, Chris Eck. By the looks of the drawing it appears Eck is using a Warrior Blade. This piece and may others are available online at TheArtofLax.com.

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Jesse Hubbard talks head design



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

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Scenes from the MadLax Face-Off Competition



MadLax, a lacrosse retail store with four locations in the Washington D.C. area, held a Face-Off Competition for incoming high school juniors. The event, held at Georgetown University, was a small part of tryouts for the MadLax All-Star teams this summer. Lacrosse Playground was able to capture some of the sites and sounds from the [...]

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