Warrior Burn 9.0 Cleats

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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

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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Lacrosse Holiday Equipment Guide

The holiday shopping season is really beginning to heat up, and people are beginning to run out of time to do their online shopping. With two weeks until Christmas eve, however, you’ve got just enough time to check out some of these great deals.

Below, we have outlined the top five pieces of equipment being purchased from our friends at Com Lax. These items are hot sellers for a reason, and if you’re doing some holiday shopping, you might want to look over this list.

Top 5 Best Sellers

5. Number five on the list is one of the top helmets in the game today, the Cascade Pro7 lacrosse helmet. Not only does this guy look great, but its extremely protective and has a one size fits all approach. It can be adjusted to fit anywhere from extra small to extra large size ranges, which is great for getting that snug fit on your head. The Cascade Pro7 helmet is currently available for $234.99.

Warrior Mac Daddy IV Lacrosse Gloves
Warrior Mac Daddy IV Lacrosse Gloves

4. Coming in at number four is the Brine boys lacrosse starter package which we highlighted in November. For only $159.99, you’re basically getting everything a young lad needs to start playing the game. The set includes a helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, elbow pads and a stick.

3. The Warrior Mac Daddy IV gloves come in at number three on the list. These sick gloves come in a number of different colors, and are focused on giving you maximum protection and mobility. It’s not hard to see why these are selling so well. If you want to pick up a pair for yourself, you can grab the Mac Daddy IV for $154.99 at Com Lax.2. Number two on the list is another starter package we talked about before. The Maverick boys starter package,  true to its name, comes with Maverick equipment and a Cascade helmet. It will run only $159.99 and is a great way to get a young one into the game of lacrosse.

1. The top selling lacrosse item right now is the K18 lacrosse gloves from STX.  These gloves originally cost well over $100, but you can pick up a pair now for only $52. Sizes are limited now, but that’s because these gloves have been such a hot seller. This highly breathable and mobile glove will be perfect for anyone looking to score a great pair of gloves at a hot price.

As always, if you’re looking to scoop up one of these items, be sure to use the coupon code ABLACROSSE and save yourself 10% on select items from your order.

Warrior Rabil X Unstrung Lacrosse Head

Warrior Rabil X Unstrung Lacrosse Head
Warrior Rabil X Unstrung Lacrosse Head

If you’re looking for a new lacrosse head this holiday season, you might want to check out the new Warrior Rabil X unstrung lacrosse head. Made by Warrior, as part of the Rabil collection, the Rabil X head will set you apart from the competition.

The Warrior Rabil X head features maximum TruOffset technology for an increased pocket depth and a head that can provide incredibly fast and powerful shots. The narrow face shape of the Warrior Rabil X head allows for increased accuracy in both shooting and passing.

The 2 shot sidewall design on the Rabil X head allows Warrior to create more color schemes, so you can pick out the one that best suits you and your game. Warrior has also included their NOZ technology in the Rabil X head, where the head is hollowed out and filled with NOZ gas. This will not only make the head lighter, but it will improve the strength of it as well.

Warrior’s Rabil X unstrung lacrosse head is currently available from dealers everywhere, including our friends at ComLax. You can pick up one of seven available colors at ComLax today for only $99. Don’t forget to include the coupon code ABLACROSSE when ordering. You can use that coupon code to save an additional 10% on select items from your order.

If you have a Rabil X head or have used one, drop us a line and let us know what you think of it in the comments.

Warrior in Hot Seat Over Racially Charged Hashtag

Jovan Miller - Charlotte HoundsWarrior Lacrosse seems to have gotten itself in a bit of trouble over a hashtag they created for marketing their Warrior Dojo shoes. The hashtag, #NinjaPlease, has been used by Warrior to help create interest among Twitter users for their shoes as of late. The hashtag was then re-tweeted by Major League Lacrosse, and many other lacrosse fans as well.

Jovan Miller, who currently plays for the Charlotte Hounds, took offense to the hashtag when he noticed his Twitter followers using it. “It kind of alarmed me at first,” Miller said. “The actual meaning behind ‘Ninja Please’ is the ‘N-word Please.’ They put ninja in it to kind of disguise it.”

A quick search on UrbanDictionary.com for the term backs up Jovan’s claims. It only took some internet searching for Jovan to find out where the hashtag came from. Unfortunately, Warrior is one of the primary MLL sponsors, and manufacturer of plenty of his equipment and gear – including the Hounds jerseys.

Because of the inappropriate hashtag, Miller will be boycotting Warrior until they speak to him about the situation. “If I won’t wear the uniform, obviously I can’t play,” said Miller, which means his career in the MLL could be in jeopardy. “Honestly, it was offensive. I didn’t feel like there was necessarily malice behind it, but I felt like they knew they could get away with it. Warrior is a company that prides itself on being ‘edgy’ but this is too far,” Miller added.

While Miller believes Warrior has done plenty of wrong in approving of such marketing tactics, he carries no negative feelings towards the MLL. “As far as Major League Lacrosse is concerned, I do believe they were just ignorant to what the phrase was. But in those [Warrior] offices, when someone came up with that phrase, I believe they knew exactly what they were talking about,” Miller said.

Jovan Miller is one of only three African-American players in the league, and has taken a stand not only for himself, but for anyone who might be affected by Warrior’s poor judgement. “This doesn’t just affect me. I’m not just speaking for myself. I’m speaking for every black man or black girl who has ever picked up a lacrosse stick,” he said.

Miller has reached out to Warrior in hopes to talk to the marketing team, or anyone who OK’d those tactics, but has yet to receive a response. The boycott of Warrior will continue until he receives some sort of apology or response. In the meantime, Jovan has given away all of his Warrior gear via Twitter. He will not be seen in a Hounds Warrior jersey until this issue is resolved.

Oddly enough, since Jovan raised an eyebrow to the situation, all references of the hashtag have been removed from the Warrior site and social media accounts. Major League Lacrosse also removed all removed any references to the hashtag, once they became aware of the meaning.

Lacrosse Starter Packages

Brine / Cascade Lacrosse Starter Package
Brine / Cascade Lacrosse Starter Package

As many of us already know, lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports across the United States. With that new interest, comes an increase in people shopping for lacrosse equipment. While lacrosse can be expensive, it’s not quite as expensive as hockey – which makes the sport a good alternative.

Fortunately, getting started in lacrosse has never been easier. Thanks to the lacrosse starter packages, offered by retailers such as Com Lax, you can pick up all the lacrosse equipment required to play at a low cost.

The first package that we want to highlight is from Maverick and Cascade. Starting with your head, and one of the most important protective pieces, is a CLH2 SPR helmet from Cascade. The helmet comes in an assortment of colors that you can choose from, including black, white, red, and blue. The shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves and stick are all courtesy of Maverick, coming from their Bad Boy series.

The second package will provide the same pieces as the first, but most will be by different equipment manufacturers. The helmet option will be the same as above, the Cascade CLH2 SPR. Shoulder pads, elbow pads and gloves will all come from Brine and their Uprising series. The stick you’ll get in this package will be a Warrior Outlaw lacrosse stick.

Both lacrosse starter packages offer great products, and are a great way to get a new and younger player into the game at an affordable cost. At only $159.99 for either package at Com Lax, you can be on your way to getting your young one into one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S.

To save an additional 10% on your order at Com Lax, enter the coupon code ABLACROSSE when checking out!