If you're looking for a stick with tons of grip this is the one. The bad part about the grip is that it wears down your gloves and will eventually tear them to shreds. The gloves I used were the warrior electrics and their not the same anymore.Review by Gripper (Posted on 10/25/2016)
It's a great shaft, but you don't exactly get what you pay for. But regardless, its still a great stick for anyone to useReview by alex (Posted on 10/25/2016)
it is pretty light butt bends quick.Review by matt the attack (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I bought this shaft to use for both field and box lacrosse. The shaft chipped the first day I used it.Review by Brayden the Attack (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Not that good of stick. It started out good but then the grip chiped away.Review by Bman (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Its a good shaft but it the grip chips away Quickly, there are better shafts out there for around the same priceReview by Brig (Posted on 10/25/2016)
The product is great for game time. It's light weight and eliminates the need for tape. Though it does wear decently quickly, it still has most of its grip. It's really nice for stick handling and goofing off. I love it and think its a great shaft.Review by JZ (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Do not buy this. Metal shafts have better grip than this.Review by Ashton (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I am a girl playing on my high school team. I decided to try a men's handle this season for a better grip on defense. Obviously rules are a little different between men's and women's lacrosse, but for the most part the shaft isn't terrible. The paint does chip very easily and probably won't hold up too well in a men's game, however I love the way it handles, and the way it feels. This wouldn't be my first choice as a shaft. but it's definitely not the worst.Review by Lady Laxer (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I bought this shaft and played with it for one season. After one practice I was already nervous because the shaft was not as grippy and the paint was already chipped. The shaft is lightweight and can be good for beginner players but when I used it, it felt as though it would break. I have broken a couple shafts before and I am predicting this one will break fairly soon. If you are playing at a low level this shaft could be useful but at a higher level it is very impractical. Also, make sure to choose the right color because if you have white gloves the paint will begin to dye your gloves.Review by Landon the Lacrosse Player (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Warrior Lacrosse warrants, to the original customer only, that Titanium (attack and goalie length ONLY), all Kryptolyte, and all Platinum Series shafts will be free from defects including severe bends or breakage during normal use for six (6) months from the date of original retail purchase.
Warrior Lacrosse warrants, to the original customer only, that the Titantium defense shafts will be free from defects including severe bends or breakage during normal use for thirty (30) days from the date of original retail purchase.
Dings, dents and scratches may occur during normal use and are not covered under warranty. Men's and Women's Aluminum 6000 shafts are not covered under warranty.
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