Maverik Critik Strung and Unstrung Lacrosse Head

Maverik Critik Lacrosse Head

If you’re looking for a high quality lacrosse head that is already strung, you should check out the Maverik Critik strung lacrosse head. Instead of having to custom string this one, you can get it pre-strung right out of the box.

The Maverik Critik strung lacrosse was designed to offer high end performance at a more affordable price point. In fact, it offers an almost unmatched ratio of strength to weight at the price point. The Maverik Critik strung head uses great materials to make for a lightweight and stiff head, which can optimize your game.

Maverik’s Critik strung lacrosse head uses a level 2 bottom rail design. This means it is designed for a low-mid pocket which helps to give you a quick and accurate release, with the benefit of added power.

Of course, there are players looking for this kind of value, but with a head that they can string up themselves. If that’s you, Maverik also offers the Maverik Critik unstrung lacrosse head. The Critik unstrung is designed with multiple stringing holes, making the pocket more customizable to your liking.

The Maverik Critik strung lacrosse head, and the standard Maverik Critik lacrosse head, are available in universal spec. They come in three different colors: white, black, and gray.

You can pick up the Maverik Critik head today from for only 69.99. Click here to check it out.

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Maverik Tank Lacrosse Head

Maverik Tank Lacrosse Head

If you’re on the defensive side of the game, you might want to take a look at the new Maverik Tank lacrosse head.

The Maverik Tank lacrosse head is engineered to be the ultimate defensive machine. It’s design allows for both power and agility, making strong checks and scooping ground balls an effortless afterthought.

Maverik’s Tank lacrosse head has a level 5 bottom rail. This means it’s designed for a high pocket which will deliver instant control off the ground. A 4-strut design adds to the strength and rigidity of the Tank head, so it supplies maximum stiffness and rail support.

A wide face on the Tank head was used in order to help with intercepting passes. Additionally, multiple stringing holes are included for custom pocket options.

The Maverik Tank lacrosse head is made in the USA, and available in a universal spec. It comes in your choice of three colors – white, black, or grey. The Tank lacrosse head can be purchased from with free shipping for Prime Members, and costs only $89.99. Head on over to Amazon to grab yours today.

Check out the new Maverik Tank lacrosse head below and drop us a note in the comments with your thoughts. If you own a Maverik Tank head already, let us know how you like it!

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Warrior Burn 9.0 Cleats

Warrior Burn Logo

Warrior Lacrosse just launched an update to their most popular cleats by releasing the brand new Warrior Burn 9.0 cleats. But how did Warrior manage to make their best cleats even better?

For starters, the Warrior Burn 9.0 cleats use a new speed plate which features tri-density technology. This helps to deliver maximum traction, while reducing weight and maintaining an optimal balance of flex and stability.

On the tongue, Fastwrap technology is used to help keep your feet locked in place. It also provides additional stability, allowing you to have a quick first step. The Burn 9.0 cleats also feature an Exploweave upper which prevents stretching and improves overall durability.

 An internal support cage is used on the Warrior Burn 9.0 cleats to help hold your foot in place, while a mesh collar area has been added to improve comfort and support. The liner of the Burn 9.0 cleats features the WarTech moisture management system. This will help to eliminate moisture and keep your feet dry and comfortable throughout games.

The new Warrior Burn 9.0 cleats are now officially available. Check out your favorite lacrosse retailer to pick up your pair today. You can also check out the new Warrior Burn 9.0 cleats below and leave a comment letting us know what you think!

Warrior Burn 9.0 Cleats

Maverik Optik Lacrosse Head

Maverik Optik Head

One of the most refined and advanced lacrosse heads produced by Maverik is their outstanding Maverik Optik lacrosse head. The Maverik Optik lacrosse head is engineered for precision and accuracy, and done in a way that will not sacrifice strength or power.

The Maverik Optik head includes a level 2 bottom rail. This means it has a low-mid pocket which gives offensive players a quick shot, accurate release, and increased power. A lightweight 2-strut design also helps to improve speed of the Optik head, while maintaining structure.

A narrow throat on the Maverik Optik head provides maximum control for players. Additionally, the Maverik Optik was designed and crafted with multiple stringing holes for custom pocket options.

Maverik’s Optik lacrosse head is made in the USA and comes in both HS and Universal spec. It’s available in available in eight different colors including white, black, orange, red, grey, yellow, lime, and carolina blue.

The Optik head from Maverik Lacrosse is on sale now. You can pick one up for yourself from for only $89.99, and get free shipping with Prime.

Check out the Maverik Optik lacrosse head below and drop us a note in the comments with your thoughts. If you want to pick one up, click here to buy now!

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Warrior Regulator Lacrosse Head

Warrior Regulator Lacrosse Head

Warrior is on the verge of upgrading their Regulator line with a brand new head, the Warrior Regulator lacrosse head.

The Warrior Regulator lacrosse head offers the brand new patent pending LOC-Throat technology which is designed to help eliminate shaft rattle while adding stability. The Warrior Regulator head also features a mid-high sidewall transition. This will help with higher pocket placement and improve shot power.

Warrior’s Regulator head uses SymRail technology where the interior sidewall mirrors the outer to reduce weight. They were able to achieve this without sacrificing stiffness either, making the regulator head plenty stiff.

Finally, you will find Warrior’s Tru Offset technology present on the Regulator head. According to Warrior, this is a “patented technology that lowers the sidewall in a lacrosse head below the center line of the shaft. By dropping the sidewall below the center line of the shaft, the pocket is physically lowered in your stick, giving you the deepest possible pocket allowed under the rules. Deeper pockets mean better ball control and increased velocity on shots and passes.”

If you’re in the market for a new head, you might want to consider waiting for the Warrior Regulator lacrosse head. The Regulator head will be coming soon to a lacrosse retailer near you and it will be available in five different colors including white, black, red, navy blue, and royal blue. It will also be available in HS or X spec to fit your needs.

Check out these images of Warrior’s Regulator head below and drop us a note in the comments section with your thoughts. Will you be getting the Regulator head or are you going to try something else?

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Maverik Centrik Lacrosse Head

Maverik Centrik

If you’re in the market for a top of the line head, you may want to check out the Maverik Centrik lacrosse head which is available now.

The Maverik Centrik lacrosse head was designed to dominate on both ends of the field. It was built to help create maximum velocity and control on the offensive side, but remain rigid and strong for the defensive side.

Maverik’s Centrik lacrosse head comes unstrung, and was designed with a Level 4 bottom rail. This allows for a mid-high pocket which will deliver more power and a better hold. It also features a new 3-strut design in order to create the optimal balance of being lightweight and offering great stiffness. The narrow throat of the Centrik lacrosse head will also help to improve control.

The Centrik lacrosse head was engineered with multiple stringing holes. This was done to help create custom pocket options for each individual.

Maverik’s Centrik lacrosse head is made in the USA, and is also available in HS and Universal Spec. It’s available now at and comes in six different color options. You can grab yours today for $94.99.

Check out the Maverik Centrik lacrosse head below and leave us a comment with your thoughts!

Maverik Centrik Lacrosse Head


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Paul Rabil’s Lacrosse Trick Shots with Dude Perfect

Paul Rabil Lacrosse Trick Shots

It has been a great year for Paul Rabil. After being traded from the Boston Cannons to the New York Lizards in early January, Rabil excelled during the regular season. He scored 24 goals and contributed another 15 assists during the season, and then went on to dominate during the playoffs as well. Rabil and the Lizards would wind up winning the Steinfeld Cup as MLL Champions, and Rabil claimed the Coca-Cola Player of the Game MVP award for the championship.

Through all that success, however, Rabil still found some time away from training to hang out with the guys from Dude Perfect. They filmed and released another epic video, this time centered around Paul Rabil and some incredible lacrosse trick shots.

The Dude Perfect guys also had time to interview Rabil. One of the most interesting things was about his diet. He maintains his peak physical shape by starting his day with a whey protein shake. He’ll also eat 8-10 eggs, mushrooms, spinach and kale for breakfast. For lunch, he’ll eat chicken breast. Rabil adds in two fish per week, usually salmon. He adds that he’ll later eat more chicken, brussel sprouts, asparagus, broccoli, some fruit or berries, and of course lots of water.

Rabil’s hard work and fine tuned eating have paid off in big ways for the lacrosse star. Check out the video below for some of Rabil’s amazing lacrosse trick shots, and a whole lot of awesomeness from Dude Perfect.

STX Stallion SC Limited Edition Shaft

STX Stallion SC Tonal Limited Edition Shaft

If you’re a fan of limited edition lacrosse gear, or blacked out lacrosse shafts, you might want to take a look at the STX Stallion SC limited edition shaft.

The STX Stallion SC limited edition attack shaft features STX’s new Shaft Lock technology. This new technology adds additional strength and security to the connection between the head and handle. It also helps to reduce head rattle, thus improving on your playing experience.

STX’s Stallion SC shaft is constructed with Scandium alloy to maintain a light weight and strong shaft.

The shaft is primarily designed for midfielders and attackmen. It comes in weighing appriximately 160 grams, and features a mild sandblast/fine grit finish. The handle shape is a concave octagon, and the Stallion SC limited edition shaft features a traditional rubber butt end.

True to the name, the STX Stallion SC limited edition shaft is only available in limited quantities. It’s currently available for $99.99 from Click here to check it out.

Click here to check out the limited edition, black on black, STX Stallion SC shaft!

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SoSo 70 : Tilt gear, UVA Custom Head, 4 Head order

Welcome to the 70th episode of the Ship Out Shout out! This Week starts off with our host Justin ragging on #frankiefingers about his upcoming wedding, we show off some great custom dyed and strung sticks, and even do a few shameless promotion skits.

We start off this week with a Brine Rp3 with East Coast Mesh and color scheme Cali Plus pocket with an ECD Carbon shaft to match for a local customer. Next we have a pretty unique stock gold Maverik Centrik with Jimalax top string, East Coast Dyes Top weaved nylons, 2 String king shooters and String king 2S Mesh. Then we take a little pause for some shameless Crocs promotion and to thank Tilt Clothing Co., which we are partnering up with for a dye and some new gear for the guys at the shop. Next Justin highlights some supply orders heading out before explainig why we are using the new #findyourpocket. And we have a four head order of 2 Maverik Optik and 2 Warrior Evo 4X with a one color fade all strung with the String King uString L1 ACCY3 pocket designed for a low pocket for an attackman or midfielder. Finally the stick of the week is a fantastic clean dyed Gait head for the University of Virginia’s equipment manager. Well that’s it for this week’s episode, make sure stay tuned for our next installment and until then, Keep Laxin’

Epoch Raises the Bar Warranties Dyed HAWK Heads


Epoch Raises the Bar

Warranties Dyed HAWK Heads

Minneapolis, MN — August 28, 2015 – Epoch Lacrosse once again has raised the bar in the lacrosse equipment world. The Minneapolis-based company today announced its full support of the lacrosse dying community and has removed the word “dying” from its warranty policy making all dyed Epoch lacrosse heads covered under warranty.

“We understand that players like to customize their sticks to better reflect their personalities both on and off the field,” said James Miceli, Principal of Epoch Lacrosse. “Dying heads has been a part of the game for a very long time and has quickly become an industry unto itself. We understand and fully support the head dying community and marvel at the creativity and the craftsmanship that goes into these one-off works of art. At the end of the day, our engineer’s and material suppliers confirmed there really was no evidence that lacrosse heads were weakened by the color dying process.”

About Epoch Lacrosse

Epoch Lacrosse delivers the finest manufactured lacrosse equipment designed to increase playability and maximize performance by utilizing world-class materials and manufacturing techniques. Epoch tests and re-tests each of its designs to ensure optimal durability, playability and performance. Epoch’s goal is simple, to give players every opportunity to reach their true potential. Live. Play. Be.

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