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Lacrosse Sticks

  • Choosing the Best Lacrosse Stick for Women's Lacrosse

    Choosing the best women's lacrosse stick is all about knowing your level of play, position on the field and personal comfort. This guide will help women’s lacrosse players at all levels pick their poison.

    If you’re a beginner, some things to look for:

    Intermediate players:

    • Expect to spend $50-$110 for your stick. Price is of a wider range because once you’re out of the beginner stage, it’s all about preference.
    • If you’re new to the game but starting at an older age, an intermediate stick is recommended.
    • At this level, players tend to switch to a composite shaft and mix and match heads and shafts.
    • If you’re still interested in a complete stick the Brine A1 Complete Stick, STX Crux 300 Complete Stick, deBeer NV3 Complete Stick, and the Maverik Wondergirl Complete Stick all make good choices. The heads on each of these sticks would also pair well with any composite shaft.
    • Complete women's lacrosse sticks tend to be a better deal as far as price is concerned.

    Advanced players:

    Each manufacturer has options for any level and this information is just a snippet of some of the most popular ones. The best way to find your favorite stick is to try them out in stores or borrow a friend's! As long as you are happy with the equipment you're using and it's legal, that's all that really matters!

  • Guest Post: 2015 East Coast Dyes Carbon

    We are happy to have East Coast Dyes join us for a guest post; today they are giving us some in-depth information on their 2015 Carbon Shafts. Carbon Shafts, along with many of the East Coast Dyes products, remain some of our top products at Laxworld.com.

     

     

    2015 East Coast Dyes Carbon

     

    In 2014, East Coast Dyes exploded into the lacrosse handle market with a composite handle called the ECD Carbon and in 2015 the latest line of Carbons have taken the lacrosse world by storm. The 2015 Carbon included the features players know and love, such as a unique and comfortable shape, a textured grip, and Flex5 Technology, along with an improved strength to weight ratio.

    The key to the Carbon’s success is the advanced composite materials and manufacturing processes, which allow the Carbon to flex in a controlled manner when shooting. This controlled flex provides an unmatched snap and feel to every shot and leads to increased shot velocity. On the East Coast Dyes 10 point flex scale; the Carbon is a comfortable Flex5, making the Carbon a great option for those who are used to the feel of traditional alloy handles.

    As an added bonus to the performance attributes, the Carbon is also one of the strongest composite handles in lacrosse. When testing the Carbon and benchmarking it against other handles in the industry, it was quickly noticed that forces, which would typically dent or break some alloy handles, simply bounced off of the Carbon leaving no traceable damage. This type of testing was directly relatable to a handle receiving a check during game play.

    Even with all of these characteristics, the most important aspect of the Carbon is the value. The 30” Carbon is available for $99.99, which is a steal for a handle that performs as good, if not better than many of the higher priced competitors.

     

    East Coast Dyes Carbon Shafts

     

     

  • Lacrosse Stringing Supplies Buying Guide

    If you ask a lacrosse player about their stick, they’ll be proud to tell you all about the specs. Most importantly of all, they’ll be gushing over type of stringing that was used to make the pocket on the head. The stringing in a lacrosse head is a work of art in and of itself. Continue reading

  • Lacrosse Attack Heads vs Defense Heads - What's the Difference?

    lacrosse-attack-defense-headsWhile the right lacrosse stick can help you perform your job better, the most notable impact can be found in the head. It's what many experts believe affects your accuracy, ball handling, shot velocity, and overall performance on the field. There are many subtle differences among lacrosse head styles. Today, we'll be showing you some of the most common differences between attack and defense heads. Continue reading

  • Choosing the Right Lacrosse Stick for You - Be Prepared When You Step Out There

    vintage lacrosse sticks

    For the serious lacrosse player, choosing a stick can be like choosing a significant other. The right lacrosse stick will become an integral part of your game, and will guide how you play every time that you lace up your cleats. The wrong stick can hold great players back, and keep them merely mediocre. With so much riding on your choice of stick it is important to look at the different options that are available, and what they offer the different sorts of playing styles that are commonly utilized in the game. Let's check out some of the most popular sticks in the game, and where they can best be utilized. Continue reading

  • 10 Frequently Asked Questions About Lacrosse Sticks

    A fun and physical game, lacrosse combines running, strategy and teamwork. Whether you're a new player or a seasoned veteran, a coach or parent, you are guaranteed to have questions about the game. We’ve combined the 10 most common questions about lacrosse sticks that we get all in one place for you. Continue reading

  • All Lacrosse Sticks are NOT Created Equally - The Different Lengths of Lacrosse Sticks

    Lacrosse stick length chartThe difference between success and failure on the lacrosse field comes down to a few key things - like always having the right equipment. A good stick is imperative, and no two lacrosse sticks are created equally or are the same. Each position has its own stick length measurements, head and shaft requirements and variations. Understanding why lacrosse sticks have different sizes will go a long way towards making sure that you spend your hard earned money in the right place and on the correct equipment.

    What are the different sizes?

    Before we get too deep into the reasons and benefits of each position, the correct stick lengths for men’s lacrosse players, per NCAA regulations are as follows:

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  • How to Properly String Your Lacrosse Head

    Whether you play lacrosse professionally or are just improving your general lacrosse skills, one of the first things you want to learn is how to string a lacrosse head yourself. The process will vary slightly depending on what type of mesh you use, but it is definitely something that you can manage on your own in just a couple of minutes by following the below steps. Continue reading

  • When Should I Buy a Complete Stick vs. Building My Own?

    The decision to buy or build your lacrosse stick may seem not important or simple, but there are many different factors that impact when it is best to purchase the complete stick vs. building one from different pieces.

    Limiting Building at the Beginning

    Building a complete lacrosse stick may not be as time consuming as it was in past generations, but it is still a process that requires knowledge of the game and all of the rules. Beginners should avoid building a lacrosse stick personally and opt for a completed stick. Continue reading

  • The Hottest Nike Lacrosse Merchandise

    Lacrosse is emerging as the go-to sport in many schools. What are these young lacrosse players taking with them on the field these days? Nike entered the world of lacrosse merchandise when they saw the increase in popularity of the sport. Now, Nike is one of the top selling lacrosse gear brands in the country. Nike offers a number of top ranking lacrosse products with a focus on both game play and safety.

    As a lacrosse player, you can be dressed head to toe in Nike gear and apparel. Take a look at some of our top selling Nike items and tell us what you think in the comment section below! Continue reading

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