This stick is lightweight, and the scoop angle provides whip and accuracy on a straight head. It's flexible where it should be, to easily scoop up balls. At the same time, the stiff sidewalls allow for control. There's also enough give to hug the ball, which is important for control when catching and throwing.
The strings are generally reliable but not quite bulletproof.
The sidewall design allows it to be a fairly lightweight stick yet durable. The flexible scoop allows for easy ground ball pickup, and the handle has good grip.
While it's durable enough for most high school players, you could get more out of more expensive sticks.
It has a stiff design with defensive players in mind. It's durable, with technology aimed at hugging the ball well. The elongated face increases power.
If you're not a power player, or if you're looking for a versatile, top-tier stick, this falls short of what you might get for top-dollar investment.
Reinforced nylon with high durability fibers are designed to prevent traditional wear and tear of the top string. The pocket is designed well to keep the ball in place for control.
This is a versatile stick for the all-around player, but the generic nature of it is less than ideal for players more focused on defense.
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Women’s lacrosse sticks may all look similar, but slight variations make a big difference in how they work. For players in the field, the stick will run roughly 35.5” to 43.25” in length. Goalies may use longer women’s lacrosse sticks, measuring roughly 35.5” to 52” long. Players who are more skilled and experienced can use longer sticks more successfully. The shaft of the stick may consist of a few different materials. Aluminum sticks work well for beginners, because they’re lightweight and tough. Titanium alloy sticks are even tougher, making them a smart choice for defenders. Scandium, carbon fiber composite, and wood are common shaft materials too. Pay attention to the grip on the stick. A women’s lacrosse stick with a grip pattern is easier to hold, but it hinders fast stick transitions.
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