Lacrosse Shaft Buying Guide: Weights, Materials & Shapes!
There are many different types of lacrosse shafts on the market, but there is only one shaft that stands between you and your opponent trying to overpower you. In this blog, the experts here at Monkey Sports are going to go over several factors that will help you make the right purchase decision, including:
Lacrosse Shaft Materials & Durability
The durability of a shaft relates directly to the materials the shaft is made out of and the thickness of the shaft wall. The thicker the material, the more durability the shaft will have. Unfortunately the only way to relatively determine the strength of a shaft in the store is by reading the description and using the price as a guide to determine quality.
Aluminum is a low cost material used mainly by youth lacrosse players that are just picking up the sport. Aluminum shafts are mostly constructed out of a thin 6000 series alloy that you see being sold in complete stick setups. Aluminum is a good option for entry-level players but will dent easily at higher levels (not recommended for advanced play).
- Not as durable as other advanced materials
- Does not have advanced grip
- Perfect for young players
Example: Nike Vapor U LT Attack Complete Lacrosse Stick
Alloy is constructed out of a mix of metals. These metals are usually Vanadium and C405. Alloy shafts are very lightweight, making them great for offensive players who desire a decent strength to weight ratio. Alloy shafts are heavily used at the middle school and high school level.
- Easy to use
- Reasonably priced
- Perfect for young entry-level players
Example: StringKing A 175 Attack Lacrosse Shaft
Scandium is becoming the most desired shaft material in the sport of lacrosse. Scandium offers the top strength to weight ratio and it is stronger than the traditional alloy. Scandium is a great shaft for all positions making it an excellent choice.
- Long lasting durability and strength
- Light enough for offensive dominance
- Perfect for elite-level players
Examples: Maverik A1 Attack Lacrosse Shaft and Maverik Mission Blank Defense Lacrosse Shaft
Composite shafts are very versatile due to their flex profiles. They are similar to hockey sticks where they come with different levels of flex. With added flex comes added velocity on your shot. Bigger stronger players are encouraged to try stronger flex profiles so they can shoot harder. Composite shafts are made from carbon fiber and are great for offensive minded players.
- Unique grip
- Manufactured for intermediate and advanced athletes
- Flex release provides unrivaled shot velocity
Example: Epoch Dragonfly Pro Attack Lacrosse Shaft and ECD Lacrosse Carbon Pro 2 Speed Attack Lacrosse Shaft
Manufacturers are taking the popular materials such as; alloy, titanium, scandium and are mixing them together to create the perfect strength-to-weight ratio to fit your style. Blends can provide a comparable durability of a Titanium shaft, but have the lightweight feel of a scandium alloy shaft. Blended shafts have the best of both worlds but fall around the middle of the pack when it comes to weight. These shafts are perfect for midfielders.
- Lightweight and Strong
- Versatile and easy to use
- Midfielder’s dream shaft
Example: Maverik Union Lacrosse Shaft
Lacrosse Shaft Weight Chart
|Attack||Alloy, composite||5.5 – 7.0|
|Midfield||Scandium, blended||6.0 – 7.0|
|Long Stick Midfield||Alloy||12.0 – 14.0|
|Defense||Scandium, blended||14.0 – 17.0|
Offensive-minded players always tend to lean to something lightweight and dent resistant. They need the lightest shaft possible to rip high velocity shots at their full potential. Alloy shafts are some of the lightest on the market, making them perfect for sharp shooting attackman. Durability is, for the most part, measured by price. For example, $100 alloy shafts will be significantly more dense/durable than the average $60 alloy shaft. Expensive alloy shafts will more than likely have reinforced concave walls making them more dent resistant.
Another material that is becoming increasingly popular in lacrosse is composite. Composite shafts are considered to be more versatile than the typical alloy shaft due to the “FLEX FACTOR”. Composite shafts provide more release power and snap in your shot. They also provide a variety of flex options for you to choose.
Scandium alloy is taking over the sport due to its versatility for both offense and defense. Midfielders are the true athletes of the sport and they need a shaft that can withstand the abuse from playing both offense and defense. Scandium alloy and blended shafts will provide this need. With the combination of both titanium and alloy, midfielders can have that happy medium they are searching for that is best suited for their game.
If you are more offensive-minded then it is recommended to use a lighter scandium or alloy shaft like attackman. If you are strictly a defensive specialist, then it is recommended to get a blended shaft with a lot of titanium in it. This material will be more dent resistant and will not warp or bend. Blended shafts with titanium in them are predominantly used by players in the MLL and NLL due to how strong they are.
Close Defensemen & Long Stick Midfielders
When it comes to close defensemen shafts and Long Pole Midfielders, weight and durability are the most important characteristics to look into. Over the years the manufactures have realized that titanium long poles are too heavy. Players have sacrificed strength by using the lightest shafts possible in order to make aggressive stick checks. Alloy shafts will provide the greatest lightweight advantage, but will be the most vulnerable to denting and breaking. Scandium alloy shafts and blended shafts will be the most ideal for defensive warriors.
Shaft finish is known as the surface texture or surface topography of the shaft. There are three key surface characteristics that provide texture such as; smooth grip, sandblasted grip, and Tactile Grip.
Smooth (No Grip)
Smooth “no grip” is the most traditional shaft finish. It allows the player to customize their grip with tape.
Examples: STX Sc-Ti Attack Lacrosse Shaft, Gait Ice+ Attack Lacrosse Shaft, and StringKing Metal 3 Pro 155 Attack Lacrosse Shaft
Sandblast (Diamond) Grip
Sandblast grip “Diamond Grip” is the most popular finish that adds little to no weight to the shaft. It also provides a unique feel all over the lacrosse stick. This shaft finish is highly recommended among offensive players, but is known to deteriorate the palm of the gloves quicker.
Examples: Warrior Evo Pro Diamond Attack Lacrosse Shaft and Under Armour Sc-Ti Attack Lacrosse Shaft
Tactile Grip with “Rubberized inserts” is preferred by long range shooters who like to have strategically placed grip on the lower end of their shaft for better hold over the shaft while shooting.
Examples: Maverik Wonderboy Lacrosse Shaft and True Composite SF 4.5 U Constrictor Grip Attack Lacrosse Shaft
Lacrosse Shaft Shapes
Handle shapes are all about personal preference. It all depends on which handle shape fits in your hand the best. The most common handle shapes are seen below.
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Swax Lax POWER™ Weights turn any lacrosse stick, including men’s, women’s, and goalie’s, into a training tool that helps develop and strengthen lacrosse-specific muscles and improves a player’s stick work. Use the weighted device to pass/catch, scoop, dodge, and shoot without interference to your pocket or shaft. Power Weights are designed exclusively for lacrosse sticks, and for use with any lacrosse ball or lacrosse training balls. No matter what the position, the Power Weights help make players stronger and more confident.
- Power Weights are made for nearly all sticks — women, men, and goalies.*
- The Power Weights strap onto the head* of the lacrosse stick instead of the shaft to more closely mimic where the weight of the ball is in the stick.
- Excellent for skill work — shooting, catching/throwing, ground balls, dodging, footwork.
- The weight (212g–220g — approximately the weight of 1.5 lacrosse balls) is perfect for any level player who is trying to work on his/her game. It forces players to focus on their fundamentals and emphasizes the use of lacrosse-specific muscles.
- You can tell the difference once you remove the weights from your stick and start to play regularly.
- Swax Lax Power Weights can help players’ confidence when they go back to using their regular stick.
- Ideal for rebounders.
* Note: Power Weights do not work on warp heads.
How to attach your Swax Lax Power Weights
- Start by placing the Power Weights on the face of your lacrosse stick. “Swax” logo on the left.
- Feed the top straps between the plastic and the mesh.
- Next, wrap the middle straps between the plastic and the mesh.
- Finish by wrapping the bottom strap around the throat of the stick to tightly secure the Power Weights.
- Take a minute to adjust and secure each strap so the Power Weights are tight and evenly distributed.
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The Best Lacrosse Shafts (2021)
Lacrosse Shafts Buying Guide
Most lacrosse players realize the importance of a lacrosse shaft. Let’s ensure that these players also know how to buy one with the help of our comprehensive buyer’s guide.
What Are Lacrosse Shafts Made Of?
Materials that are usually used to make lacrosse shafts are:
- Aluminum alloy
A lacrosse shaft’s composition will determine factors like its strength, longevity, and weight. So, it is important that you know all about them.
Aluminum alloy shafts are one of the most common lacrosse shafts. The lightweight composition of the alloy, coupled with its good strength and control, equals a shaft that is extremely versatile, making it a great choice for any position and skill level. Also, aluminum shafts are usually the cheapest.
Composite is drawn from carbon fiber. This makes it extremely sturdy and lightweight. Composite grips are also extremely comfortable. These lacrosse shafts make for amazing choices for attack players who like to play an offensive style of the game. Furthermore, composite is also great at maintaining temperatures. So, a composite lacrosse shaft will stay at a consistent temperature during your game.
Titanium is all about strength. These bad boys are the strongest and make great choices for defensive players who need that extra strength without compromising on the shaft’s weight.
Scandium is like the gold of lacrosse shaft materials. The best of both worlds. These lacrosse shafts have phenomenal strength-to-weight ratios. No wonder, they are the choice of most top-level players. These shafts do, however, come with a premium price tag attached to them.
How To Select The Right Length For Your Lacrosse Shaft?
When you find yourself in the market for a new lacrosse shaft, it is important that you buy one that is sized just perfectly for you. The shaft’s length will be determined by factors like age, height, and play style. So, here are a few tips to help you decide the right length.
It is recommended that players who play attack positions should opt for shafts of length 40″-42”. This size is also recommended for mid-fielders who prefer to play offensively. For women attackers, the size recommendation is 35″-43”.
Defense & Goalie Positions
Players playing defense require shafts that are generally longer. A length of 52″-72” is recommended. Defensive lacrosse sticks aren’t allowed in youth lacrosse. For goalies, a shaft of 40″-72” is perfect for men, and 35.5″-52” is a good bet for women goalies. Youth lacrosse allows goalies to wield shafts measuring 37″-72”.
How Much Do Lacrosse Shafts Really Cost? Are They Worth Buying?
Lacrosse is an expensive sport, no doubt. Shafts can cost you anywhere from around $60 to upwards of $100. As the price goes up, you can start to expect shafts made of more premium materials and equipped with technologies that enhance the gameplay.
So, is it worth paying a high price tag for lacrosse shafts? Well, it depends. If you are a newbie in this game, you are better suited to buying a mid-level model. However, players who have been playing this game for long and desire an experience that complements and amplifies their playing style should definitely opt for premium models.
Lacrosse Shaft Buying Tips
Let’s equip you with some killer tips that will help you make a more informed decision when in the market for a new lacrosse shaft.
Shape & Weight
The general rule of thumb is that the lighter the shaft is, the better it is. Lightweight design provides a greater sense of control when it comes to shooting and launching the ball. As far as the shape goes, most lacrosse shafts are octagonal. You might want a different shape to get something that is unique. However, a hexagonal shape works great for all players irrespective of their play styles so deal with it.
The best lacrosse shafts, like the ones on our list, feature textured surfaces for enhanced grip and control. An anti-slip surface would further amplify this grip so be on the lookout for it. If your shaft doesn’t come with a grip, you can always tape it up.
EPOCH Dragonfly 9 Lacrosse Shaft – Attack-2008039C – California Pro Sports
- Dragonfly Nine has arrived and is taking the legendry Dragonfly name to new heights.
- This year’s Dragonfly features Epoch’s new HD Resin system.
- Epoch’s HD Resin not only improves the overall shaft but also adds direct benefits to each of Epoch’s Technologies, giving you the player, a better shaft and increased performance for your game.
- All Dragonfly Nine Attack/Midfield geometries will feature their flagship Flex iQ and for 2019 Epoch introduces a iQ2 Flex.
- Dragonfly Nine is one of the lightest carbon fiber shafts on the market, while still being dent resistant, extremely durable and backed by Epoch’s industry-best 1-year warranty.
- Best of all, it is made right here is the US.
- Size: 30″
- Weight: 5.5 (oz)
Shaft Shapes (shown in images)
- C30 – Traditional Concave Geometry. Most popular.
- E30 – Ergonomic Geometry. Ultimate Control.
- X30 – Xtreme Concave Geometry. Exceptional Feel
- iQ2 – Epoch’s stiffest flex option and is designed for those step-down shooters who benefit from a stiffer shaft. Recommended for advanced players
- iQ5 – Recommended for high school to college lacrosse players
- iQ9 – Recommended for youth lacrosse players
|Dimensions||48 × 2 × 2 in|
C30, E30, X30
iQ2, iQ5, iQ9
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StringKing Composite Pro Attack Lacrosse Shaft 155g
The StringKing Composite Pro Attack Lacrosse Shaft 155g is in the middle weight class out of the three new composite pro shafts, making this a pretty strong shaft. This is ideal for your aggressive field attacker. Like the other composite pro shafts, this shaft is light, swift, and strong. StringKing made these shafts with quality carbon fiber, letting them be hollow without sacrificing strength, and they were made as stiff as they could get to eliminate inconsistency, so you can trust your stick! This carbon fiber lacrosse shaft is built to perform. Designed for the elite player who wants an ultra-stiff lacrosse shaft with industry-leading impact resistance.
Here is the difference between the Composite Pro Shafts:
Attack 135g– This shaft is an 30’ inch shaft designed for the younger player aged 13 and under. This is StringKing’s lightest option, and is one of the lightest options on the market.
Attack 155g– The 155g option is recommended for the advancing player. A perfect combination of strength and weight, the 155g option is great for anyone aged 14-17.
Attack 175g– For the elite player aged 18 and up. Coming in at 175g this shaft is the strongest option available from StringKing. This is designed to withstand the demands of the highest level of play. If you are an elite offensive player who loves to let it fly, this is the shaft for you.
What we think about this handle:
StringKing made a great shaft here. The different weights and strengths are perfect for players of different ages as they advance through the game. We like the composite feel on these sticks as they have some grip but are not too rigid or rough in the hands. Every StringKing composite shaft comes with a roll of tape, a StringKing standard, which is such a cool feature! We would recommend that any player checks out the StringKing line of composite handles and see which version is right for your game.
ECD Carbon Pro Goalie Shaft Review
In this post we’ll do a full review of the ECD Carbon Pro Goalie Shaft.
I’ve done several gear reviews in the past and with this one I’d like to introduce a scoring system that I’ll use for all reviews from here on out.
The system is based off of 10 points in each category and at the end, we’ll tally it up and see the total score.
I believe this system will aid in bringing more concise reviews in the future and I hope you enjoy it!
The ECD Carbon Pro is ECD’s latest and greatest shaft and is an upgrade on their original ECD Carbon shaft.ECD Carbon Pro Shaft – Weight
The Carbon Pro uses carbon fiber and their “flex control layering” to reduce its weight while keeping its same strength. So the ECD Carbon Pro has a significantly higher strength to weight ratio than the original.
The shaft feels very light in the cage and allows easy maneuvering when making saves and outlet passes.
The ECD Carbon Pro attack shaft weighs 145 grams while the original ECD Carbon weighs 159 grams. So they’ve reduced the weight 14 grams which is pretty significant.
I used the STX Eclipse II head alongside the shaft, and the weight distribution seemed good, overall.
Compared to other shafts, it seemed a tad heavier than the StringKing goalie shaft, and the Warrior Pro goalie shaft seemed lighter as well.
Overall though, the weight distribution felt great and the shaft was relatively light, allowing for good mobility and strength.
Score: 8/10ECD Carbon Pro Goalie Shaft – Feel
The feel of the Carbon Pro is great!
There is a lot of textures set in place to feel during various play sequences.
For example, the shaft provides a grip near the top of the shaft, making it comfortable to hold onto during play.
Of course, though, if you play with your hand wrapped around the throat of a head, then this grip may not be as useful as those who do not.
Either way, it is a nice addition for a goalie shaft.
Another great addition here is the ability to have a “kick point” on the shaft. Essentially, this is where the shaft is balanced eventually, and where you’ll feel a release point for smooth outlet passes.
The “kickpoint” technology is important to note if you ever wanted to cut the shaft to reduce its size. The “kickpoint” balances the shaft and if you wanted to go from 40″ to 37″, you’d be screwing up the balance in the shaft.
So if you want the ECD Carbon Pro in a shorter length, I’d recommend you go for the attack shaft directly. Whereas with other shafts you could always cut the goalie length shorter, the kickpoint doesn’t allow you to do that.
After reading about ECD’s kickpoint technology I think its more beneficial in the attack shaft to get a quick release and extra velocity on the cranks. However I believe it will help us goalies outlet the ball further, a challenge many young goalies face.
This is a great addition, as it can eliminate the need for tape, as well as give you a consistent pattern of passing to adapt off the shaft. Outlet passes felt great, and I felt the consistency it provided almost immediately.
ECD Carbon Pro Goalie Shaft: Strength
ECD has done a great job here in the strength department for their goalie shaft.
Within a couple weeks of play and serious specific drills to test the durability, the Carbon Pro shaft has held up extremely well.
From shots to checks, the shaft hasn’t dented one bit and only a few scratches here and there have shown up, but very little.
It is a composite shaft as well if you were not aware, (hence the name carbon), and overall, is one of the most durable goalie shafts I’ve ever used.
Compared to other high-end goalie shafts, I’d say this fits in easy with top 3 in durability currently and I look forward to seeing its true lifespan.
ECD Carbon Pro Shaft: Style
Look good, play good, right? Well, of course!
That’s why I had to include this category to cover. Overall, the carbon pro has a sleek design to it.
The color scheme, whether you choose black or white, seems to blend in well and the “PRO” logo really shines. However, there is a lot going on in terms of logos and extra markings that some may not like too much visually.
To me though, it is a good-looking shaft, with the primary color base, mine being the white version, looking fantastic. Due to it maybe just having a bit too many labels around the shaft though, it’s going to cost this category just a few points.
ECD Carbon Pro: Unique Features
The ECD carbon pro shaft has many unique qualities to it that help it stand out from other shafts currently on the market.
For one, the shaft has the mid kick-point as we discussed earlier.
This feature again helps tremendously with consistent outlets passes and give you a measurement as to where your hands should with the release. This not only can help experienced players, but especially be a help to newcomers to the tendy position as well.
Also, the shaft features flex control layering, which helps out with durability. With the shaft having a lower FCL, this means that the shaft will be more durable to shots and checks alike, making it less likely for the shaft to take damage.
Finally, the shaft features the nice grip near the top of the shaft as mentioned before, which helps keep your top hand gripped. This is important especially if you have a bad habit of sliding your hands when making stops.
To be honest, the carbon pro may just have the most unique features of any goalie shaft on the market, giving it a great score in this category.
ECD Carbon Pro Goalie Shaft: Price
We all know lacrosse gear can be quite pricey, and to be honest, the ECD Carbon Pro fits right into that stigma.
However, compared to a lot of somewhat overpriced gear sometimes, I feel like the carbon pro can make its argument.
ECD markets this as one of, if not the premier shaft to use for goalies, with a price tag of $149.99 on LacrosseMonkey.com.
This makes it currently the second-most expensive shaft lacrosse monkey offers.
I will say, the shaft does seem high in price, and if I found the durability to be weaker than what it really is, I’d say the pricing is quite off.
However, because of the durability being so high and all of the other technologies designed into the shaft, I feel as though ECD really deserves to have this range of price on their product.
Personally, if the shaft was around $15-20 cheaper, I think I could put this on the scale of around a 9, but due to it being on the heavier side of pricing, I’ll have to go a tad lower.
ECD Carbon Pro Review Videos
Here are a couple of videos from different folks, including ECD themselves, doing a full review of the ECD Carbon Pro attack and goalie shafts.
My friends at Goaliesmith also recommend for the ECD Carbon pro for goalies:
ECD Carbon Pro Goalie Shaft: Overall Score
The ECD Carbon Pro goalie shaft has managed to rack up a total score of 51.5 out of a total 60 points.
To quickly recap, I believe the Carbon Pro thrives in its many unique features, which help it stand out in the market, as well as give it an edge against many competitors.
The pricing may be the biggest “if” factor for the shaft. Although I haven’t tested this shaft for several months, I can tell the durability is quite strong and may fully justify its steep price tag.
Overall, I think ECD has created a tremendous goalie shaft here for any player on any level to play with, and I’d absolutely give this shaft a thumbs up assuming you can afford the $150.
You can purchase the shaft here on LacrosseMonkey.com:
You can also get it on Amazon in either goalie or attack length:
Until next time! Coach Damon
Anyone using the Carbon Pro Goalie shaft? What are your thoughts? Leave me a comment down below.
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Original : Psoas release. The psoas is one of the primary hip flexors, and it connects the lower extremity to the spine. Dysfunction of the psoas can cause a variety of problems such as low back pain, hip pain and altered biomechanics of hip joint. A wide variety of things such as, prolonged sitting / driving, running, jumping, squatting, and anything requiring repetitive hip flexion can cause psoas dysfunction.Here is a great way to release tension within the psoas muscle.
Grab a kettlebell and a lacrosse ball, lay down on the ground in a comfortable and neutral position. Place the lacrosse ball in the hip crease just lateral to the belly button then place the kettlebell directly on top of it. ** Relax the abdominal muscles to let the ball sink deep into the abdominal cavity ** Maneuver the lacrosse ball and kettlebell to put pressure directly over any area that is excessively tender, then flex and extend the hip 10-15 times.Switch sides and do the same.
The lumbar muscles are one of the main flexors of the hip joint and they connect the lower limbs to the spine. Psoas dysfunction can cause many problems such as lower back pain, pelvic pain, and changes in the biomechanics of the hip joint. A huge number of factors such as sitting for a long time, driving for a long time, running, jumping, squatting and anything that requires constant hip flexion can cause dysfunction of the lumbar muscles.Here’s a great way to release tension in your psoas. Take a kettlebell and lacrosse ball and lie on the floor in a comfortable and neutral position. Place the lacrosse ball in the hip crease on the side of your belly button, then place the kettlebell directly on the ball.
** Relax your abdominal muscles so that the ball goes deep into the abdominal cavity **
Aim the ball and kettlebell so that the tension is straight on the area of concern, then flex and extend the hip 10-15 times. Change sides and repeat the same.
3 ways to do chest exercises with a kettlebell
Descent and dirty
Who said you have to stand to do the chest exercises? But don’t be fooled, just because you lie down doesn’t mean it’s not a killer workout. Choose your kettlebells, making sure they are heavy enough to give you a workout, but not heavy enough to cause tension. Lie on your back with your legs together and extended. Place a kettlebell in each hand, raising your forearms 90 degrees to move the weight to the top of your wrist.Your hands should be pressed against your body, palms together. Slowly push your right hand straight towards the ceiling, turning your palm so that it faces your legs. After rising, push up with your left hand. Slowly lower your right arm back to the starting position, and then repeat with your left arm. Continue with the chest kettlebell, doing two to three sets of ten to fifteen lifts with each arm.
Don’t get up yet
Continuing to do the exercises with the chest floor, release one weight, holding the kettlebell in your right hand only.Extend your right arm to the side so that the upper arm is perpendicular to your body, your forearm is raised to the sky, and the kettlebell rests on your forearm. Your left arm should extend straight out to the sides with your palm on the ground. Open your left leg so that the side of your leg and knee are turned toward the ground and your right knee is bent, lowering it to your left knee so that the inside of your right leg is on the ground. In the starting position, the shoulder and hips should rest on the ground; however, when you press the kettlebell towards the palate, lift your right shoulder and right hip to make your body rotate to increase your range of motion.Raise it as high as possible, and then slowly lower it down. Perform two to three sets of ten to fifteen taps with each hand.
If you’re ready for some serious workout, try the jerk kettlebell – a challenging but effective way to work your chest using a kettlebell. Lean on your knees with weights about shoulder-width apart, holding them in front of you.