How long does it take to make a wooden lacrosse stick?
The entire process takes about ten months to make a quality stick. On a side note, nothing from the tree goes to waste. If pieces are not being used in the stick, they are used for the steaming process (heating up the water to make steam).
What kind of wood is the lacrosse stick made out of?
Our wooden lacrosse sticks are made from hardwood hickory tree. It is believed that everything in this world has been given a purpose by the Creator, therefore it’s the hickory tree’s purpose to be made into lacrosse sticks for it’s strength and flexibility.
Are wooden lacrosse sticks legal?
Yes, wood sticks are legal: Rule 1, Section 7, Article 1: The crosse shall be made of wood, laminated wood or synthetic material, with the head approximately perpendicular to the handle.
What is a lacrosse ball called?
A lacrosse ball is the solid rubber ball that is used, with a lacrosse stick, to play the sport of lacrosse. It is typically white for men’s lacrosse, or yellow for women’s Lacrosse; but is also produced in a wide variety of colours. The old NCAA specifications are: Mass. 140 g – 147 g.
What is a legal lacrosse stick?
A goalie stick may be between 40″–72″. The shaft may not be cambered or bent. The circumference of handle may not exceed 3.5 inches. Adjustable-length handles are illegal.