Epoch Dragonfly E30 iQ5 Gen. 5 Composite Attack Lacrosse Shaft | SportStop



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This ergonomically designed shaft is for players who want maximum fingertip control and superior overall shaft balance. It is quickly becoming a favorite among offensive minded players.



Generation: 2015 Gen.5

Position: Attack/Midfield

Length: 30"

Geometry: Ergonomic

Material: Composite/Carbon Fiber

Flex: iQ5

Top Coat: Slip/Grip

Release Point: Uniform

Technology Platform: A.C.L. with Axis Technology

Reload Technology: Yes

Warranty: 1-Year

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In this video Epoch Lacrosse shows you the E30 Gen. 5 Composite Lacrosse Shaft.


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In this video Trice from SportStop.com explains some of the technologies used in Epoch’s Dragonfly Gen 5 Composite Attack Lacrosse Shafts.

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Epoch dragonfly gen 5 e30

by From KENTUCKY
It's a great handle. Has a nice feel me better control.
Pros:
Extremely light
The shape
That color
Cons:
I like the way the gen 6 feel. I would make all dragonfly like the gen 6 as far as feel goes.

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Rebecca

by From BUFFALO NY
My son has had this shaft for 2 full seasons, he is on his third. He loves its and I'm amazed how well it has held up. He plays mid and attack and likes the little whip it produces. He also uses it to play box and in the past we have gone through several shafts a season between him and his twin. I also believe this shape of this shaft helps to make it stronger, my son loves this grip, just don't change up heads too often, you can't flip the shaft over and use the other side like traditional shapes.I cannot believe that nobody has written a review. This year I saw another brand of carbon shafts break at a tournament. It sounded like a firecracker going off, and the player looked puzzled to see he $150 shaft in two parts.
Pros:
Durability, grip and flex. Now price is even better!
Cons:
More flex options for younger players and stiffer options for older. As a whole- great product!!!! Maybe the texture of the shaft, but most brands wear off quick. He used hockey wax to improve grip.

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Based on 2 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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Epoch dragonfly gen 5 e30

by From KENTUCKY
It's a great handle. Has a nice feel me better control.
Pros:
Extremely light
The shape
That color
Cons:
I like the way the gen 6 feel. I would make all dragonfly like the gen 6 as far as feel goes.

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Rebecca

by From BUFFALO NY
My son has had this shaft for 2 full seasons, he is on his third. He loves its and I'm amazed how well it has held up. He plays mid and attack and likes the little whip it produces. He also uses it to play box and in the past we have gone through several shafts a season between him and his twin. I also believe this shape of this shaft helps to make it stronger, my son loves this grip, just don't change up heads too often, you can't flip the shaft over and use the other side like traditional shapes.I cannot believe that nobody has written a review. This year I saw another brand of carbon shafts break at a tournament. It sounded like a firecracker going off, and the player looked puzzled to see he $150 shaft in two parts.
Pros:
Durability, grip and flex. Now price is even better!
Cons:
More flex options for younger players and stiffer options for older. As a whole- great product!!!! Maybe the texture of the shaft, but most brands wear off quick. He used hockey wax to improve grip.

Was this review helpful?