C12 Lacrosse Dirty Attack Lacrosse Shafts
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  • The Dirty Line of Handles by C-12 are a high performance carbon fiber and designed for specific positions. Attack, Midfield, Defense, LSM, and Goalie. These handles feature a textured grip and are very lightweight.
The dirty one is super light weight and super strong. If you prefer a thinner shaft, this is a super high end option. No real flex in the goalie model. It feels so solid you wont believe it, yet super light weight and sturdy. As the price dictates, this is top of the line gear for advanced players. Our Pros play with dirty for the punishment and versatility they dish out. You will see these on top players wands more and more this year as word spreads.
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ouch - 5/29/15 reply

hard to drill a hole into. pretty heavy. but if you hit stick or wrist on anyone they will drop their stick. hurts more than any other shaft and leaves some nasty bruises. but wont even scratch the paint
weight - 5/11/15 reply

about how much does this weigh? is it comparable to a warrior krypto pro diamond
(no subject) - 9/09/14 reply

will this be good with a super power and is it gripped
COMPARISON - 7/01/14 reply

What is the comparison between the other Carbon shafts like EPOCH Dragonfly and ECM Carbon? Besides the price..
A lot - 4/12/15 reply

I've been using the c12 attack shaft for a while now, and have taken some heavy checks and have even dished out some in return. So far, the grip on the c12 (which is a sort of sticker which I love) is the only thing that really becomes damaged over time. I mean that the grip chips off after powerful checks. However, the shaft itself is perfectly fine and seems to be far more resilient than any other carbon fiber shaft out there. Maybe more resilient the some metallic shafts. My teammate has had many replacements for his epoch dragonfly d-pole and snapped each one. I would go with this c12.
(no subject) - 6/26/14 reply

What is the difference between this one and the middie. i play both, and I was wondering if the attack one would hold up at middie
C12 attack vs middie - 6/30/14 reply

The middie stick is a little heavier so you can put more momentum into top sheld shots from the 30 yard line, and is also a little more durable for ground balls and playing defense. The attack stick is just BARELY less durable, but is lighter, which is better for when you're getting checked by 3 d poles on the crease and you need to do a bunch of quick stick movements and doges.
Grip - 4/28/14 reply

Does the USA have grip all the way down
Strong - 6/02/13 reply

This thing is sweet. It's strong. the only con is i broke my bro's krypto with it. made me feel kinda bad. still awesome though.
sweet - 5/29/13 reply

You order one off the dude who makes them and you can get them customized as far as graphics, they never break, and if the graphics wear he re finishes it, so you pay a big price up front from the guy and in the end you get a custom shaft logo and can change it if you want
This and Rabil X - 5/06/13 reply

Will this and the rabil x fit together????
(no subject) - 7/22/13 reply

You could always drill a new hole to make it fit, but that would be a sick combo on a lax stick.
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Style: attack
Sizing Guide
att/mid 30"
defense 60"
goalie 40"
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