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The STX Crux 600 Flex handle utilizes 10 degree technology and carbon to carry that ball high in the pocket and also provide a little extra zip on the ball as the shaft flexes back into shape. The guys have been using the added whip of carbon technology for years, and now the girl's game just got a little bit faster as well. These handles are not the same as the fatter, rounder models that come standard with the Crux 600 complete sticks. These are the upgraded octagon handles that are a bit thinner and have sharper edges that most of the elite HS and collegiate players prefer. These composites perform well in all weather conditions, are extremely durable and will and snap and speed to your shooting and passing game with no noticeable flex during dodging or ball handling.
The Brine Warp Pro Minimus handle is a quickly becoming a favorite among our Pros here. It is one of the best straight carbon fiber handles on the market. The Minimus Handle is arguably the lightest shaft in the game. The grip is not sandpaper-like and really allows the freedom of movement for your hands. Plus it is a thin shaft, allowing your player to get a tremendous grip on the shaft and get the level of control your player desires.
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The STX 10 degree shafts in the Comp 10 line are the fatter, oval shape coated with that slightly tacky rubberized film that many of the high school and collegiate player prefer. This shaft has 10 degree technology which makes the ball sit higher in the pocket. This will allow you to have better control of the ball when playing, while also giving you a quicker release.
One of the best women's lacrosse shafts on the market, the Axiom uses the lightest carbon technology combined with an advanced stable butt end that eliminates the need for tape. These shafts have proven technology that increases torque and adds power to shots. Get some extra whip and speed at the cage with the new Axiom shaft from Maverik.