This may be my only axis, I do not need tape, the axis has its own grip, very suitable for attack and midfield, it is also very light. It feels lighter than my stallion and Malik and looks great. The East Coast Dye Company has done a good job in designing this shaft. I'll buy it again.
This is exactly what I need to improve my game. More solid poking and accurate passing. Compared with the aluminum shaft, it takes a little time to adapt to the extra rigidity. I put a layer of meat oil on it. It looks good and feels great in my hands.
I don't usually comment, but this comment has been here for a long time. A short version. My son likes this stick. It looks cool and stands out on the pitch. Super durable, balanced, more details.. It was simply packed in a tube, and my son opened it excitedly. Some sticks are difficult to aim head on, but Ripwood is comfortable enough. Although unscientific, we believe that our son's performance has improved after two weeks of practice on his green machine. His shooting "seems" to be more consistent. We talked about it, and he attributed it to it being real! He didn't bend or bend the club like his old metal shaft. More significantly, he holds the ball more consistently (less falling or loose balls). Our son believes that the shaft shakes less during the inspection (so his head is more stable), which allows him to better maintain the stability of the ball under more pressure. Anyway, we like Ripwood, which is all he uses now. Another LAX season! My advice, find one and give it a try. You're gonna love it!
Excellent quality, great design, my daughter likes it! As an attacker on the lacrosse team, she is an excellent shooter, and this good stiffness allows her to really pull harder shots, especially the 8-meter shot. A star was removed, so I wrapped the handle for her because the texture was very rough.
Great light shaft for moderate to highly experienced attackers
Great grip finish, and a very light shaft. We have several generations of the dragonfly axis, which is probably the best. Eight generations tend to be more vulnerable than other generations. So far, this is perfect.