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Archives: October 2014

  1. FOGO Shaft

    Are you your team's go to face-off man?  If so then you need to check out this sick new shaft! We just got our hands on the new Dragonfly Gen.5 F30 made by Epoch Lacrosse.  Like the rest of the Epoch shafts the F30 features their Flex technology that allows it to bend where you need it too but still...
  2. Sizing New Gloves

    Are you wearing the right size glove? When it comes to trying on lacrosse gloves, lots of players think they  need a larger glove than they actually do. Gloves come in many different sizes in inches: 6, 8, 10, 12, 13 and 14.  Each manufacturer also cuts their gloves either wider (Warrior) or more narrow (Brine) compared to each other...
  3. Need Help With Mesh?

    What Mesh Is Right For You?   In today’s game there are a bunch of different kinds of mesh that we, the players, get to decide to use. Long gone are the days of old when we only had one option and that was it. There are a few products that stand out among the rest and hopefully this little...
  4. Backyard Goal or Rebounder?

    Should I purchase a backyard goal or rebounder? This may seem like an easy question to answer, but I get asked this constantly by customers. I usually ask them if their player wants to work on accuracy of shots or passing/catching? With backyard goals, there are a few things to keep in mind: do you have enough room in the...
  5. The Split Dodge

    How do you Split? It’s one of the first moves we learn and also one of the deadliest if done correctly. The spilt dodge. It’s all about tricking your defender into going one direction while you go in the other. Everyone has their own little twist to the split dodge but the fundamentals are all still the same. A hard...
  6. BCA East Coast Dyes Mesh

    Think Pink Every October the lacrosse community honors those affected by breast cancer in a great way. Many manufactures release special versions of products and donate a portion of the proceeds to various breast cancer research foundations to help continue the fight. This year the guys over at East Coast Dyes Mesh have come up with an awesome new color...
  7. Correct Helmet Positioning

    Are you wearing our helmet correctly? It is the age old question of "Is my son wearing his helmet correctly? It doesn't look like all the other kids on the field." Well, that's probably because the helmet was not sized appropriately and is definitely not safe! There are a few simple key points to keep in mind when sizing your players...
  8. Differences between the STX Crux 100, 300 and 500

    Do you know the differences between these sticks? STX has come out this year with new names for their sticks-mainly using different numbers to tell them apart. The higher the number, the more advanced the stick is with different stringing, weight, shaft and runway pockets. CRUX 100 This is a beginner level girls stick that is very lightweight. It comes...
  9. Goalie Shaft Shapes

    Did you know that goalie shafts come in different shapes? It may not seem all that important to a field player, but once a goalie knows about the different shapes, it can change their game forever. There are a few different manufacturers that make goalie shafts: STX, Brine, Warrior, East Coast Dyes Epoch and Gait.  Just like attack and defense...
  10. Different Types of Arm Protection

    Are you wearing the right one? There are mainly 3 different types of arm protection in men's lacrosse: arm guard, arm pad and elbow sleeve. I always think players should wear what they feel the most comfortable and confident in, but some players wear what is specifically designed by the manufacturers for their position. Arm Guards Arm guards are designed...

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