Warrior Men's Kryptolyte Criss-Cross Attack/Midfield Lacrosse Shaft
Built for power, the Warrior® Men's Kryptolyte Criss-Cross Lacrosse Shaft offers the strength and feel you trust time and time again. As the most popular shaft in the Warrior line, the Kryptolyte stands up the rougest games thanks to high-grade 7001 alloy construction. The raised texture simulates a fully-taped stick for impressive control.
- 30" alloy shaft for attack/midfield postitions
- Most popular shaft in the Warrior line
- Built with Kryptolyte alloy for all-around performance
- Raised texture grip offers ultimate stick control that simulates a fully-taped shaft
- "Fade Away" graphic looks slick on the field
- Model: KRACC13
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 13376455
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TJ Nice.... Got this for my 2nd year player as a reward for sticking it out and scoring this year as the smallest kid on his team. He loves this stick and the grip helps with his handling skills. A little pricey, but absolutely worth it as far as a quality item! June 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by midfield For middies more that attackmen, because--- THis shaft has a grip that feels great in lax gloves. I play midfielder and attack, but I use this shaft mostly for midfielder because it flexes and is strong against checks. It is very good, one of the best shafts in my opinion June 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by happy guy This is the best Lax stick i have used for under $150. I play for a few clubs in my area, and I am very pleased for this shaft and use it in game. I recommend this for anyone who needs a shaft, wants a shaft, or thinks they want a shaft. This is a good shaft, and has exceeded regular Warrior Quality! June 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ErictheNarwhale Great short shaft Although this shaft is recommended for attack/midfield I personally enjoy it as a shaft for my goalie stick. It is very versatile and the grip is fantastic and feels excellent in lacrosse gloves. A very worthwhile purchase for anyone looking for a short stick. April 18, 2015
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