• Preview: Maverik Centrik Lacrosse Head

    When companies get acquired, it often takes years before things really start to mesh. It took Facebook a while to really optimize what Instagram is all about. I'm sure Staples is having fun with OfficeMax, too. Anyway, for sports equipment, it's really no different. When Bauer purchased Maverik a few years ago, it acquired a company that wasn't necessarily floundering, but they were also not quite there in terms of being a major player like Warrior, STX and Brine were at the time. Boy, times have changed.
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  • Review: Brine King Lacrosse Head

    The new Brine King X lacrosse head is designed with shooters in mind. The face is longer than other standard lacrosse heads on the market, giving the ball better transition time out of the pocket and an increase in velocity and shot power. The new Strategic Core-Tech™ sidewall design also creates a pocket for increased shot accuracy, and the new throat construction eliminates excess weight in the head. Read More

  • STX SuperPower+ Limited Edition Lacrosse Head

    Limited Edition lacrosse heads are becoming all the rage lately, with the Warrior Blade OG, the Rabil Gold head and STX's Stallion U500 all released within the past year. As long as those heads keep generating the buzz and sales that those three did, you can expect the parade of Limited Edition heads to continue. Read More

  • Brine King V Lacrosse Gloves

    It seems like many industries out there have that "marquee" item that has withstood the test of time and stretched the limits of technology with each release. Think about each release of iconic items like Apple's iPhone, Sony's Playstation Platform and Nike's Air Jordan Lineup - always pushing the boundaries of technology and cool. Read More

  • The Thompson i6 Head - A New Option For All-Around Performance

    The Thompson Lacrosse Company was founded in 2014 by members of the Akwesasne Mohawk Reserve of upstate New York with a mindset of celebrating the heritage of the sport of lacrosse. The founding members wanted to preserve the Iroquois lacrosse culture by creating products that give all players the ability succeed at any level. In the spring of 2014 the Thompson Lacrosse Company entered the head market with the Thompson i6 head. Read More

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