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STX® Goalmaster™ Lacrosse Goalie Stick

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Item No. 38-506 / Unit: Ea / Availability: In Stock Soon
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Description

Popular choice for all skill levels.

Lightweight stopping power and superior stiffness, with 1-1/2" perforated sidewalls and hard mesh. Meets NCAA and USWLA specifications. 47"L.

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This stick is sturdy, but a little on the pricey side.
JohnLocke - PE Professional
Ooltewah , TN
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Which lacrosse stick is right for me?

Head Shape
Head Shape

Wide: Makes catching and deflecting passes easier; for learning the fundamentals.

Narrow: For throwing and controlling the ball while moving; best for experienced players.

Head Angle
Head Angle

Onset: Head extends straight out from shaft with large throat for easiest catching and carrying; best for beginners and skill-building.

Offset: Throat angle for maximum carrying control and medium cant for accurate passing/shooting; the most popular head angle, great for intermediate players.

Curved: Similar to an offset angle, with cant that allows for accurate and powerful shots; for advanced players.

Forward Cant: Provides a shallow pocket for quicker passing and shooting; great for advanced players.

Shafts

Aluminum/metal: Light, maneuverable, and more rigid; for experienced players or competitive play.
Plastic: More affordable and forgiving than aluminum; good for beginners.

Length

30"-35": Young or beginning players.
36"-42": Women and youth.
40"+: Men.

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