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Latest Lacrosse Gear Reviews

  • Maverik Rome Lacrosse Gloves - High performing gloves fit for a Caeser

    Maverik Rome Lacrosse Gloves
    LGR Rating:
    4
    Avg User Rating:
    4.666665

    Maverik created the Rome gloves combining all of their past research and product lines into a single product.

    As a lacrosse player, you know that the key aspects of a pair of gloves are protection, airflow, and grip control.  These gloves won’t let you down in any of those areas. Using their signature technology of vents, fibers, foam, and grip, you can tell this glove combines the best ideas Maverik have created.

  • Cascade Pro7 Lacrosse Helmet - Your head will thank you.

    Cascade Pro7 Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    5
    Avg User Rating:
    5

    Next to your stick, your helmet is a huge factor in your ability to perform at your best. Having a helmet that weighs you down or doesn’t protect your head from a collision can make or break your lacrosse season.

    The Cascade Pro7 helmet has combined reliability, technology, and lightweight design making this a top performer. This helmet has been said to be one of the safest helmets available with a number of great features.

    Used by some of the top collegiate programs, as well as being the official helmet of Major League Lacrosse, it would be a great addition to your kit.

  • Brine Mantra 2 Women's Lacrosse Head - The upgrade Brine fans have been waiting for

    Brine Mantra 2 Women's Lacrosse Head
    LGR Rating:
    4

    A mantra; a battle call; a belief; these are all requirements of a player that wants to win. That’s what the name of this head stands for.

    Brine has done a great job of listening to what the players want out of an offensive stick. As a goal scorer, you know the faster you can get the ball in your stick and the faster you can shoot, the better you will be.

    They have taken the original Mantra and added features to put it above the rest. New color combinations, a deeper pocket, and stronger sidewalls are reasons this stick is worth considering.

  • STX Impact Lacrosse Arm Guards - Make an impact instead of feeling it

    STX Impact Lacrosse Arm Guards
    LGR Rating:
    3

    STX have released the Impact series comprising of shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves and arm guards. This series boasts of some of the lightest gear in the game combined with a low profile design. Importantly as well, the series comes with a very good amount of protection. These three features combined make this series a great option for junior players.

  • STX Cell X Lacrosse Bicep Pads - Subtle but necessary

    STX Cell X Lacrosse Bicep Pads -
    LGR Rating:
    3

    Box lacrosse players sit up and take note. STX have released a range specifically for you, called the "Cell X". The bicep pads are one of four new items released in this range. The other three being rib pads, shoulder pads and arm guards.

    It's really quite amazing that it's taken this long for a brand to go all out and produce a box lacrosse line of protection. Especially when the biggest professional league is a box league. We have seen an emergence of box specific equipment, like the STX Katana box shaft, of late and it's nice to know that the box players are being loved.

  • STX Cell X Lacrosse Arm Guards - Your arms will thank you

    STX Cell X Lacrosse Arm Guards
    LGR Rating:
    4

    The "Cell X" range has been released by STX and has been designed with the box lacrosse player in mind. The arm guards are one of four new items released in this range. The other three being rib pads, shoulder pads and bicep pads.

    Throughout the years box lacrosse players have been somewhat short changed with the lack of ranges specific for them. But in recent times were starting to see box specific equipment enter the market. One of the more recent items is the STX Katana box shaft with thicker sidewalls. Box players know that their protection needs are very different to those who play field. If you're a box kind of guy, check out this range.

  • STX Cell X Lacrosse Rib Pads - Back to front protection

    STX Cell X Lacrosse Rib Pads
    LGR Rating:
    4

    In 2012, STX released the Cell X range which is specifically designed with the box lacrosse player in mind. Their goal was to deliver a beefed up range of protection without adding extra bulk. Box players will agree that their precise needs have gone unaddressed for too long and it's good to see them get some love. The range comprises 4 products, shoulder pads, arm guards, bicep guards and rib pads.

    The overall design of the STX Cell X rib pads is like any other rib pad. As an aside, it will forever confuse me why this category is even called "rib pads" because they hardly protect your ribs. The pads follow the contour of the bottom of your ribs and offer more protection to your stomach and lower back. Maybe the category name "stomach pad" or "lower back pad" didn't sell as well. Who knows?

  • Akando Sports Bag - Get Rid of Lacrosse Gear Odors

    Akando Sports Bag - deodorise your lacrosse gearAkando Sports Bag - deodorise your lacrosse gear

    Lacrosse gear stinks. You walk into the locker room, it stinks. You open your gear bag, it stinks. You walk out with your team mates, they stink. You stand next to your opponent, they stink. It's one of the not-so-great parts about lacrosse, and everyone just puts up with it because they believe nothing can be done about it. I mean, seriously, have you ever met anyone with lacrosse gear that doesn't smell? Well I have. Me.

    No my lacrosse gear isn't new. In fact it's a couple of seasons old. Yes, I play a couple of times a week. The secret is that I use an Akando Sports Bag.

  • Warrior Rabil HS Lacrosse Head - A High School superstar

    Warrior Rabil HS Lacrosse Head - Front view
    LGR Rating:
    3

    The day Warrior signed Paul Rabil in 2012 and joined their design team, we waited in anticipation for a whole new line of lacrosse gear. A line which was built for attackers, one which was all about shooting, a line which epitomised all that is Paul Rabil. He drove, like he does to goal, to build the ultimate in lacrosse equipment. The new line features a lacrosse head, a shaft, shoulder pads and arm pads. All the fine tuning and tweaking of specific areas was done by him. Surprisingly enough there are no gloves included in the line. Maybe they'll keeping us waiting with antici ............ pation.

    As the name suggests, the Rabil HS lacrosse head is designed for high school attackers, midfielders, dodgers and feeders who demand the utmost performance from their stick. It's the marquee release for 2013 and will help the elite player get more power into their shots. It is packed full of great features and is made using the latest technology.

  • STX Cell X Lacrosse Shoulder Pads - A fortress for your shoulders

    STX Cell X Lacrosse Shoulder Pads - front view
    LGR Rating:
    4

    STX have introduced the "Cell X" range which is specifically targeted at box lacrosse players. The shoulder pads are one of four new items released in this range. The other three being rib pads, arm guards and bicep pads.

    This range was introduced to fill a bit of a hole in the market which is specific protection for box players. Of late, there's bit a bit of activity in this space with the release of thicker and stronger box specific lacrosse shafts. If ever you've played both field and box lacrosse you'll know that the protection needs are different. For field you need to guard against the odd wild or well-placed slash. But for box you need to guard against the endless and unrelenting cross checks to all parts of your torso.