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- Maverik A1 Attack Lacrosse Shaft - '22 Model by Maverik$99.99
- Maverik Hyperlite Attack Lacrosse Shaft - '21 Model by Maverik$149.99
- Epoch Dragonfly Elite Techno Color LE Defense Lacrosse Shaft by Epoch$199.99
- Maverik Apollo Attack Lacrosse Shaft - '20 Model by Maverik$119.99
- Warrior Burn Tactical Attack Lacrosse Shaft by Warrior$43.99
- Warrior Burn XP Carbon Attack Lacrosse Shaft by Warrior$149.99
- Warrior Burn XP Carbon Defense Lacrosse Shaft by Warrior$209.99
- StringKing A 135 Attack Lacrosse Shaft by Stringking$69.99
- Warrior Fatboy Evo Krypto Pro Lacrosse Attack Shaft by Warrior$109.99
- Epoch Dragonfly Elite Defense Lacrosse Shaft - '22 Model by Epoch$219.99
- Warrior Burn Lite Carbon Attack Lacrosse Shaft by Warrior$79.99
- Maverik Caliber Lacrosse Attack Shaft - '20 Model by Maverik$119.99
What are the best lacrosse shaft brands?
What is the shaft in lacrosse?
The shaft is the long part of the stick that you hold onto. The shaft is typically either a metal alloy or a carbon fiber material.
Do all lacrosse heads fit all shafts?
Most modern or current lacrosse heads fit onto the majority of modern lacrosse shafts. The only exception is some lacrosse shafts have a foam filling or a plastic cap on the top that will block heads with shaft inserts. Also, the screw holes don’t always line up across brands.
What's the lightest lacrosse shaft?
Typically, carbon shafts are lighter than metal shafts. This is because the carbon material is typically lighter than most metal alloys. Carbon also absorbs more energy and makes the stick feel lighter.
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