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  • Maverik Metrik U Lacrosse Head - Get on board with the Metrik system

    Maverik Metrik U Lacrosse Head
    LGR Rating:
    4

    The Maverik Metrik Lacrosse head is arguably the best head that Maverik has ever came out with. Their combination of stringing capabilities, strength and appearance make this head an appealing weapon for the lacrosse field.

    The Metrik is very similar to the STX Surgeon with its lightweight structure and reassuring durability. The Metrik has just enough flex in the sidewalls to give you enough give when ground balling. Its strong frame stays strong while checking other players which also make it a viable defensive head for the more skilled defenders.

  • SISU mouth guard review

    Say no to old style mouth guards.Say no to old style mouth guards.

    I was recently given the opportunity to test out one of SISU’s (http://www.sisuguard.com/) new mouth guards. I’d gotten word that one was on the way and literally the next day an “Aero” (http://www.sisuguard.com/aero-guard/) arrived on my doorstep.

    I’ll tell you now that I was really looking forward to reviewing a mouth guard. I have worn a mouth guard all my life in Lacrosse but I have yet to be impressed.

  • Maverik Maybach Deuce Lacrosse Gloves - High tech gloves with new age protection

    Maverik Mayback Deuce Lacrosse Gloves
    LGR Rating:
    4

    Maverik has proved themselves once again with the creation of the Maverik Maybach Deuce lacrosse gloves. The Maybach gloves raise the bar to a whole new level of protection and comfort with many new technological advancements like nanofeel which helps reduce the amount of useless padding to lighten the weight of the gloves while still providing unbeatable protection.

    Maverik has put the control of the game in your hands. With their impressive new innovations, Maverik has created a glove that can take your game to the next level. With top notch comfort and protection, expert lacrosse players rave about the Maverik Maybach’s.

  • Gait Torque Lacrosse Head - Talk the Torque to walk the walk

    Gait Torque Lacrosse Head
    LGR Rating:
    4
    Avg User Rating:
    3.6

    The Gait Torque lacrosse head has withstood the test of time and is coveted by veteran players. The Torque is a powerful weapon for an offensive middie looking to dominate the playing field.

    The channeled ball stringing track allow you to seat the pocket in the middle of the head providing an accurate, quick release giving you the advantage in the offensive game.

  • Cascade CS Youth Lacrosse Helmet - Youth style with serious protection

    Cascade CS Youth Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    4

    The Cascade CS youth lacrosse helmet is specifically designed for youth players who are beginning their career in lacrosse. The helmet may be designed with younger and more inexperienced, players in mind, but it still incorporates all of the industry’s top technology.

    Fit Switch technology provides an on the fly adjustment opportunity to meet the demands of any youth players head. Also the rear panel of the lacrosse helmet is capable of pivoting to contour to the movements of the players head for a more comfortable and fitting helmet.

    The Cascade CS youth helmet has incredible qualities that make the helmet a viable option to start your career off right.

  • Brine King 4 Lacrosse Gloves - Unparalleled comfort and protection

    Brine King 4 Lacrosse Gloves
    LGR Rating:
    5

    The Brine King 4 lacrosse gloves are a perfect combination of comfort, technology and protection. Their new arch backhand and ABS caps on each fingers gives the King 4’s the ultimate ability to protect your hands from rough checks. The new King 4’s set the bar high giving the glove market a quality example of how a lacrosse glove should be.

    Playing with the King 4’s is the closest you can get to safely playing in a game with your bare hands. Brine also redesigned the palm on the King 4 to give you a better feel on the stick by using less overlapping material. The Bring King 4’s fit perfectly while giving you amazing feel when cradling, making you and your stick one.

  • Brine King IV Lacrosse Arm Guards - Arm guards fit 4 a King

    Brine King IV Lacrosse Arm Guards
    LGR Rating:
    5

    As a Lacrosse player, you know that the protection and fit are two valuable aspects when purchasing an arm guard. Although it is very rare for arm guards to provide both of these, the Brine King IV arm guards are as close to perfect as it gets.

    The new 4 piece technology provides the ultimate protection all around while giving you an incredible fit. The padding on the King 4 arm guards are incredibly lightweight due to their hollow inside, but they also have tough, rigid edges so they don’t sacrifice protection to your arm.

    The arm guards are a perfect choice for midfielders who are looking for a little more protection than the normal arm pad would give. A lot of your game as a midfielder is picking up groundballs in a scrum or running the ball down the field to your attack while taking constant checks to the arm.

    There is essentially no room for arm guards that will slip down your arm while running and leave your arm out in the open to check. With the King 4’s capability to conform to your arm and act as a shield against defensive checks, these arm guards provide the best option for a run and gun midfielder.

  • Cascade R Lacrosse Helmet - Outstanding protection and performance

    Cascade R Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    5

    The Cascade R lacrosse helmet is in a league of its own. Using some of the most advanced technology, this helmet combines strength, power, and safety into one powerful tool at your disposal.

    Finding a helmet that doesn’t sacrifice safety for lighter weight is hard to find, but this helmet won’t let you down. It sets a new standard for both safety and strength.

    This helmet also gives you the ability to adjust on the fly so you can quickly adjust and get back to playing.

  • Warrior T2 Lacrosse Helmet - Super lightweight and outstanding protection in one

    Warrior T2 Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    5

    When it comes to gear, you know an uncomfortable helmet can be the worst. Some of them are too bulky, too heavy, or cover up too much of your vision.

    Warrior made sure to provide safety, lightweight and open visibility with their TII helmet. At a stunning 2 lbs, it is one of the lightest helmets in the industry.

    As you know, speed is a huge component of your game so keeping the weight on your gear low can make you even faster. There’s a reason that both Princeton and Duke both wear this helmet.

  • Cascade CPX-R Lacrosse Helmet - Light and top of the line

    Cascade CPX-R Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    5

    There is a reason Cornell uses the Cascade CPX-R helmet: It's the top of the line.

    As a lacrosse player, choosing gear that won’t let you down in the critical moments is a huge priority. You don’t want to worry about your head safety in the middle of a critical play.

    Finding an elite helmet that also adjusts down for smaller heads isn’t always easy. The CPX-R is one of the few helmets on the market that has this capability due to the SPR adjustable strap in the back of the helmet.

    Combining some of the best technology, breathability, and comfort, the CPX-R helmet lives up to its reputation as one of the best.

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