Reebok Men's ReeTrain Complete Lacrosse Stick
Great Lacrosse Stick for Coaches
The Reebok ReeTrainer is a great teaching tool for coaches working with new and younger Lacrosse players. It is an inexpensive complete stick set, with a pretty basic head. But on the shaft they have pre-marked hand placements marked for bottom hand, along with catching, passing, and shooting placements for the top hand. For me, it has been a great reminder to check for my players hand placements and provided a tool to demonstrate the relative differences. As a stick, it is heavy and a little harder to bring over the top. It's not a stick you'll want to play with in games. But as a coach or as a starter stick for a new player. I used to accomplish some of the same things with tape on a new players stick, but I believe that having Reebok actually produce a stick in this fashion has added credibility in what I have been trying to instruct my players on for awhile.
July 20, 2011
I used this for starting lax and then ditched it. It's easy to catch with, and it's strong, but that's about it. It's super heavy (compared to my adidas x99/brine clutch), has barely any pinch, has bad ball control, and horrible stringing. Don't buy unless you suck or are just starting out...
June 24, 2011
Needed to restring for specifications
May 12, 2011
It is good for begginers but it needs restringing and it has no grip.If your hands get sweaty it will probably fly out. I dont prefer this for people who play in leagues.
May 5, 2011
a perfect stick
this stick is perfect
April 27, 2011
ReaLLY Good Stick For Beginers
April 20, 2011
I LOVE IT!!!
Great to use.
April 19, 2011
its bad but not awful
this is a very bad stick. i used to have it but then i tried passing and the ball went through the net. once i was on a fast break and my coach wanted to see the stick but he said it was illegal and that was my first time with it. its really only good for beginners.
April 12, 2011
my friend uses this stick on my lax team and it just makes checkking the ball away from him in practice too easy. this stick can pass well if you have a good arm, but like i said, you could be perfect at craddleing and someone could EASILY take the ball.
April 8, 2011
its a OK stick to toss around with but full contact playing is a bad idea the first scrimmage i had with it the head snapped in half.
March 30, 2011