yeah it is
Regular sized lacrosse stick, cut it down.
brine and stx r the best in my opinion.. i depends on eht u like also so just search thos and look at reviews fine on u like
Well, i would recommend an "Amonte lacrosse stick" you can find those at typical lacrosse stores..... But most lacrosse sticks are good so.... i would choose one with kind of a fit pocket.
Lacrosse shorts are very baggy and will stick to your legs when they get wet, they will also get heavy and fall off leaving you butt naked. So no, lacrosse shorts are not good in a pool
Warrior Evolution 2.0 X Chrome Fade Unstrung Lacrosse Head
To be honest I didn't even know Nike made lacrosse sticks. if I were you I would stick to the good quality popular brands like STK, Brine, Harrow, Warrior, Maverick, etc. Nike has the backing of STX, who have engineered and marketed the Nike lacrosse line. The heads & handles are made by STX (many of the Nike handle patterns bear a strong resemblance to current STX handles). Nike product warranties go through STX. We like the heads & handles but are not sold on the protective gear.
i hear the brine clutch is very good for attack and midfield and it is very reasonably priced. get the first clutch though its the best
stringing with tizzle, or, stringing with boomer
the STX Rave is pretty good the only bad thing is that you get a pocket
no if it wooden but if its metal it dosent really matter but i wouldent
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A warrior bullseye, they are great for face offs and scooping
Definately. STX gear is always an excellent choice.
it depends on how serious you are about playing, but i think that the crankshaft is the best.
I would have to say the brine clutch. Trust me it's better! but you shold do more research and a good thing to do is go to a store with both and see wich is more comforatable for you
Generally, the best stick length is for the shaft to be the length of your arm; however, just a standard stick length seems to work best for most people. If you cut it to your arm length, it makes it easier to maneuver. But, a really good lacrosse player can maneuver the stick regardless.
You gotta practice with your stick get used to the stick buy a goal or a wall would work work on your stick then you'll be good but always remember to use your left hand sometimes.
it stretches the pocket and ends up becoming deeper. not good for the mesh at all.
I think the STX k18 gloves have the best grip overall. The brine kings are also good, but the k18 also have a ventilation system for when your hands get hot.
It can very on price depending on the brand and what not, i would say about $65-$120 for a very good head
It's a great stick, i had one and it's worth the money! Hope the lacrosse season goes well!
There are only 2 sizes of sticks in the sport of lacrosse, long poles and short poles. Long poles are generally used for defense and short sticks are generally used for offense. You will choose your stick length based on the position you play.
Warging. If you want a good example of this look up videos of Matt knowles
If you are planning to go buy a new lacrosse head, Duct Tape can temporarily hold it in place. It is not a good idea to play with a broken stick head, otherwise you may break it even more.