Under Armour Charge 2 Head

Under Armour Charge 2 Head

It took some time for Under Armour lacrosse to establish itself in the lacrosse community but they have recently taken huge steps towards becoming a major player in the market. For the past few years they have sponsored The University of Maryland team and in 2013 they became the official equipment provider for the NLL.

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Brine Triumph II Gloves – Now Shipping!

Brine Triumph II Gloves

When choosing a new pair of lacrosse gloves the biggest things players look for (ignoring color options for now) are protection, fit and comfort. Brine took their popular Triumph glove and completely overhauled it for a new look and feel with the Triumph II for 2014.

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Less Is More With The Warrior Krypto Pro Select

Warrior Krypto Pro Select

In 1992 David Morrow created the first titanium handle and launched the Warrior brand into the lacrosse world. Warrior has produced some of the highest quality products in the lacrosse market, especially their very popular “Krypto Pro” handle.

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The Original Krypto Pro

The Krypto Pro handle was originally released as a high-end version of their most popular handle of all time, the Kryptolyte. As Warrior became official equipment sponsor of the Major League Lacrosse the Krypto Pro was designed to be a lighter, stronger shaft to be able to handle professional use. The original Krypto Pro featured basic graphics with the Warrior logo and Krypto Pro name. Over the years just like any industry there are trends that come into play that come and go. Within the lacrosse market we have seen the emergence of bright neon color schemes and over the top graphics.

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Evolution of The Brine Clutch To The Clutch 3

Brine Clutch Series Heads

Brine originally released the original Clutch in the fall 2007 and it immediately became a player favorite with its aggressive face shape, TruOffset and lightweight feel. Brine has since released many different variations of the Clutch each time releasing with a new innovation to the popular head.

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STX Crux and Crux10

STX Lacrosse is one of the most prominent brands in the lacrosse world for the past 40 years. Each year they release better products with some of the most innovative technology that allows players to be “Equipped to Perform” no matter what position or skill level.

STX Women’s line of products has gone from the basic equipment all the way to the top of the line standard in the women’s game, especially the offensive side of the ball with their Crux10 attacker head.

Originally STX released the Crux Head to be the “go-to” offensive weapon for the women’s game.

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The Crux features an extreme scoop angle that provides girls with the most whip and accuracy on a straight line head. It allows girls to get extra torque on shots to increase power and accuracy.

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Also the ball stop was give the maximum angle ball stop to give players ultimate control when handling the ball.The Crux is strung with the STX Ramp Pocket to give attacking players a smooth and accurate release.
 


 

The Original Crux was so successful that STX took it even further to give offensive players ever more advantages with the Crux10 designed for the advanced player.

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STX brought in their 10 degree technology that shifts the center of gravity in the head pushing the ball directly into the “sweet spot” of the head that allows for a quicker release.

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STX added their patented elastomer overmold on the top of the face to reduce ball spin and increase control

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Just like the original Crux, the Crux10 it features an extreme scoop angle for even more whip and accuracy versus the original Crux due to the 10 degree technology.,

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STX utilizes their Runaway Pocket on the Crux10 that has their unique overlapping center center string system that allows for the center runners to flex around the ball and hug it for better control.

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STX also gave the Crux10 the lowest legal sidewall to give players a larger and better pocket

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BUYER BEWARE: ONLY 10 degree heads from STX will ONLY fit onto 10 degree shafts or else you will get head that doesn’t sit naturally on the stick like this

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So if you are an offensive threat you should seriously consider checking out the STX Crux and Crux10 that will help you shoot for the corners and make sure you are “Equipped to Perform”