Maverik Lacrosse Unveils 5.4 Ounce A1 Shaft

New York, November 23, 2012 – Maverik Lacrosse today unveiled the A1 shaft, the lightest shaft it has ever offered at 5.4 ounces. The A1 is the direct result of countless hours of testing at Maverik’s research and development center with real world input from the best lacrosse players in the world. The Maverik A1 Shaft, Lighter, Faster, Stronger. Check out the latest Maverik video featuring the new A1 Shaft.

Maverik’s engineers tested numerous aircraft grade alloys and ultimately selected A1rium, a proprietary alloy blend for its overall lightweight, strength, and durability. The A1 also features Maverik’s aggressive concave shape with GRIT GRIP technology, a heavily bead-blasted surface texture for enhanced control.

“The A1 just feels right from the first time you pick it up to the first goal you score with it,” said Maverik athlete and UVA great Chris Bocklet. “Maverik continues to blow me away with creative and innovative designs that push the envelope in everything they do.”

A1 Lacrosse Shaft specs:
· 5.4 oz Ultra Light A1Rium Alloy
· GRIT GRIP bead-blasted surface
· Aggressive concave shape
· Available in 30” and 60” lengths
· Black, White and Silver colors

Click HERE to view the Maverik A1 Shaft and follow Maverik for the latest news and updates on all products and athletes.

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