Review – True Lacrosse Handles

After years of being a behind-the-scenes company, True Lacrosse (formerly True Temper Lacrosse) is bringing their technology to market under their own brand. True has been involved in the carbon fiber industry for more than a decade throughout several sports, most recently adding lines in both lacrosse and hockey. Back in 2012, I received an early True Temper prototype, and was blown away by the quality at the time. It’s safe to say that their current composite line is even more incredible. They are also offering an alloy option for those not ready to make the switch quite yet. Read more to see the reviews of each.
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Review – Ten Minute Traditional

This past week I reached out to Sayre from Ten Minute Traditional, and got my hands on a piece of their traditional “mesh” to review. It was shipped priority and got here quickly, even during the busy holiday week. The box’s contents were pretty self-explanatory, with all the string  necessary to complete the pocket and a link to the full set of tutorials online. I loaded up the videos and, although I do have a good amount of experience with stringing, breezed through the installation. Anyone with internet access could easily put this pocket together, with little adjustment necessary. Advertised as a ten-minute process, my total time was 10:31. Needless to say, the name is accurate. Continue reading to see my review of the product itself.

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Review – STX Stallion Sc-Ti OCS

New for the 2015 season, STX has released a revamped model of their popular 2014 Stallion Sc-Ti handle. The Sc-Ti line has been a best seller for an extremely long time, with shafts such as the Premiere in the early 2000’s making huge waves in weight/strength ratio. Many companies have caught on to this “holy grail” of alloys in lacrosse, and STX is one of the best. Continue reading to see what else we have to say about the newest installment of the Sc-Ti. Continue reading…


Review – Wolf Athletics “Ghost”

A few weeks ago, we contacted Wolf Athletics letting them know how popular our initial post about their new bulletproof glass “Ghost” shaft was. We asked if they would be kind enough to send us a shaft to review, and soon enough, we had one in our hands. My initial thoughts were like most- a glass lacrosse shaft? How will it not shatter on first impact? Well, as it turns out, it’s a lot more durable than I thought, and that’s only one of its best attributes. Read more to see our full review of the Ghost!

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Review – Warrior Burn X Head

This summer my gamer consisted of a Warrior Burn X on a Sc-Ti Pro shaft. The setup was pretty nice; sturdy and extremely lights. Probably one of the lightest setups I’ve ever used. It was strung with a college legal mid pocket and threw with very little whip. Overall, the head is easy to string, has a great strength to weight ratio, and has a tight pinch for a universal head. Continue reading…

Gear Guide

2014 Crosseworks Gear Guide

Introducing our official gear guide for the 2014 lacrosse season. We’ve selected the highest performing gear that will allow you to play to your highest potential this spring, and look good while doing so. Check out our selections, and let us know what you play with!

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