Archives: September 2014

  1. The Importance of End Caps

    Which style do you prefer?   Every stick needs one.  We wouldn’t be able to play without them.  Butt-ends, also known as end caps, are necessary to play lacrosse mainly for safety reasons.  Without them, the sharp metal end of the lacrosse stick would be exposed, posing a harmful threat to other players.  But besides safety, butt-ends are great to...
  2. Lacrosse Goalie Gear for Beginners

    Beginner Goalies One of the first things that a head coach worries about at their first coach’s meeting, usually  months before the regular season starts, is ‘who is our goalie going to be?’ Especially at the youth level, filling this position can be extremely hard. However, there are a few very brave players out there who end up loving the...
  3. Rain vs. Mesh

    Can You Beat the Storm? East Coast Dyes May Have Your Answer! Mother Nature can be a cruel, mischievous lady. One minute you’re enjoying perfect lacrosse sunshine then BOOM, torrential rain to ruin your game. Nothing is worse than having to play a big game in bad weather. Your gear gets soaked and smelly, and worst of all your stick...
  4. FOGO

    FOGO
    Face-Offs are Changing.  Can You Keep Up?   Face-offs are a HUGE part of our game.  Always have been.  Always will be.  It seems like every couple years the NCAA Rules Committee tries to mix it up. This time the biggest uproar with rule changes are at the X. What has been proposed, and now officially passed, makes it so...
  5. Behind the Scenes "The Rabil Tour"

    “The Rabil Tour” Paul is working through an injury right now and he is still finding time for his fans. He makes 10+ stops all over Lacrosse hot areas to visit with his fans and promote the RABIL 2 head. He is one of the most aggressive, talented athletes that our sport has ever seen and when you meet him...
  6. Rabil 2 head Review

    The latest head released by Warrior is the predecessor to the signature Paul Rabil Head. Here is my take on the new design. Face Shape: The original Rabil head was knocked for being too pinched up towards the top of the head. The new face design allows for a bit more room for the ball so it does not get...
  7. New CS-R Helmet

    New CS-R Helmet
    First of its kind: The Elite Youth Helmet For the past 3 years, I have been fitting players of all ages in helmets. I have seen younger players wanting the newest latest and greatest helmets but usually the players head is too small. I'm very excited that Cascade has finally come out with the CS-R Helmet that not only looks...

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