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Postby cheekylaxstuff Thu Mar 09, 2006 1:41 pm

your short stick has already been posted

Bet your postman is wondering how many more deliveries..



Give me three weeks for a new product , that I am sure you will luuurrvv :wink:
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Postby Peewee Thu Mar 09, 2006 1:44 pm

Sweet! The postman is probably already confused about how many packages come here. There's been LAX shafts, ice hockey sticks, shirts and jerseys, and randomly a mini fridge.... :) looking forward to new products!
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Postby cheekylaxstuff Mon Mar 13, 2006 2:01 pm

I am awaiting response to production of defence sticks

But hope you have all seen my new products posting in the selling section

Hybrid wood and aluminiom shafts
kevlar shafts

will inform as information recd
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Postby S-t-r-e-t-c-h Sun Mar 19, 2006 3:23 pm

edge II on an f22! lasts forever(or not, if as you will c), F22 are great, i have a few dents in mine but the shaft hasnt bent one bit in 3 years of play. bought it after snapping my f15 in a crushing body! just broke the edge II tho, my last edge II warpd on the right side of the throat, and my latest one split on the same side after denying Number 7 of roachdale a one-on-one dodge! looking to buy two new heads, and since i cant get an edge II because i dont think they make them anymore. looking at the revo pro, because of the good reviews here, and maybe a shockwave, hype, g-force, because of their thick side walls, and strength. nothing beats the intial poke check to the gloves as your attacker catches the ball, dont want to see the head flex and take the power out of the poke. wouldnt mind a wooden shaft, as my arms are thinner than the hickory ply the shafts are made from! have filled my short shaft with sand tho..cant be bothered to do that with my long pole in training.
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Postby cjlax Sun Mar 19, 2006 5:49 pm

Defo get the Revo Pro. It's a fine head and easy to get hold of. I have a shockwave too, wicked head, great off set, got it a lot cheaper from the US.
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Postby cheekylaxstuff Sun Mar 19, 2006 7:36 pm

put that on the end of the wooden pole your gonna try out , and bam!!

If its too heavy for your puny arms , best use it a training aid!!
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Postby Princess Sun Mar 19, 2006 10:17 pm

I dont use one. But one of my guys uses a hick with revo pro head - as long as your accurate that think delivers just earth shattering checks and pokes :shock:
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Postby cheekylaxstuff Sun Mar 19, 2006 10:57 pm

will be on sale at North England flags


long hickorys.....
short hickorys.....
3 + mahogany ash long poles...
1 ash long poles...

And trying to get the haute

retro railgun in long also-Its a light as a normal shaft.yet got that feel of wood as well!

This is brilliant its a hi strenght aluminium tube with mahogany
The Retro Railgun is designed for those lacrosse players that love the feel of wood, but want the strength of more modern shafts. This shaft is the second hybrid shaft designed by Haute Stick, and continues the winning tradition of innovative lacrosse gear.

Just like the Titanium Railgun, the Retro is not just another tube; It's a complete redesign of the shaft itself. As you can see, The Retro gives you the solid, impact dampening feel of wood, but with the lighter weight of aluminum alloys.


More news as I get it :!: :!:
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Postby Princess Fri Mar 31, 2006 10:44 pm

Anyone got a Mowhawk D - Ti Shaft apparently...

"its is heavy, but guaranteed to kill anyone and everyone around you"

wondering if anyones tried/got one heard they are virtually indestructable as well
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Postby cjlax Fri Mar 31, 2006 11:16 pm

YES - Tried one, and YES VERY heavy! they're quite thick too, so therefore very stong. Quite cheap too in comparison to other Ti shafts!!
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Postby cheekylaxstuff Sat Apr 01, 2006 7:18 am

Some of the haute sticks are stating virt indistructable as wrapped in kevlar


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I have 2 left 260grammes per shaft
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Postby Princess Sat Apr 01, 2006 1:15 pm

like idea of mowhawk, that haute shaft looks like a bone breaker. Find woods rips my gloves up tho.
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Postby cjlax Mon Apr 03, 2006 9:22 am

Haute Metal Matrix Composite is built better than a tank, I'll be trialing our first UK import over the next few weeks -

So far... has a nice feel to it, not smooth, but not rough enough to rip gloves.
Placed with a Proton, the weight ratio feels good, and the weight doesn't seem that much more than the Titan pro/ Levitation. It is definatly thicker and has reinforced corners on the inside.

It's got great potential and now awaits a better field test, having passed the mud test at Rockerdale!
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Postby Rochielax22 Thu Aug 31, 2006 4:02 pm

warrior krypto pro meets most stx heads- i wouldnt consider anything else having used this combination before
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Postby cjlax Thu Aug 31, 2006 7:00 pm

Thats a light combo, but watch out becuase K pros have a small problem, they snap in half very easily!
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Postby fresher309 Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:30 pm

Princess wrote:Anyone got a Mowhawk D - Ti Shaft apparently...

"its is heavy, but guaranteed to kill anyone and everyone around you"

wondering if anyones tried/got one heard they are virtually indestructable as well


Yeah, i've got a mohawk short stick, and its soooooooooo fooooking tough, alreayd got 2 'kill' marks on it :D Stiffler from brimingham has a mohawk D pole, as the previous poster says, it does weigh a ton, but i just cant see it EVER breaking
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Postby Spencer Wed Nov 22, 2006 12:02 pm

only just noticed when i scrolled down the page there was a defense thread.


I play mostly LSM and have two sticks,

i have a stx Proton on a krypto pro, its very light and great for take away checks.

if its one of those grudge games

i use my dbeer Wizzard on a titianium shaft?
its heavier but strong , stiff , good on ground balls and when you poke check the attackers feel it.
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Postby Princess Mon Dec 18, 2006 9:52 am

fully agree with alan, krypto pro is an excellent shaft light and durrable. However cant comment on a proton as have never used one. The Brine Motive i have is great tho strong, light and excellent on gb's
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Postby cjlax Wed Dec 20, 2006 11:23 am

See my pics of the G-Force First Gen in the Head thread - its a beast for any D-Man!
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Postby gdslax123 Tue May 01, 2007 5:50 pm

I use a titan pro and an edge for d and that is a fantastic combo, its strong not too heavy and durable, on my back up i use a magnum flipgrip and a motive its really light but it bends easily

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