deBeer TRIax Composite Women's Lacrosse Shaft | SportStop

Quantity     Price
0 - 2$29.95
3 - 9$28.00
10 +$25.00


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Features:



  • Triax shape
  • Lightweight composite
  • Triax shape orients the stick to correct position during play
  • Carbon fiber with soft feel finish

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High End

by From CENTEREACH, NY
Bought this in black to complete a black out Debeer Spire stick. Feels high end with out the outrageous price tag. Bought another for my daughters back up stick to keep a similar feel so she wouldn't wifi. Basically every time I have changed sticks (shafts) she had had to adjust to the new stick. So even though she has two different heads the shafts are the same. The reasonable price allowed me to do that. Daughter is happy.
Pros:
High end feel. <br>Good color selection.<br>Reasonable price allows you buy more and not break the bank.
Cons:
Combo with a Debeer Spire (Attack/Middie) and becomes a solid intermediate stick. Or upgrade the NV3 (Middie/Defense) substituting this shaft without going broke. I have seen that combo on this site.

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DeBeer Triax - Compares favorably to STX Crux 500

by From ALBANY, NY
This is a high quality composite shaft that compares to the STX Crux 500. For those preferring a thicker handle, the Crux 500 is the way to go. For younger players, or those preferring a thinner handle, the Triax is 1/3 the price of the Crux 500. Both are great for cold weather play, very durable, and have medium flex.
Pros:
Great price, very durable, rubberized finish is comfortable for cold weather play.

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Based on 2 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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High End

by From CENTEREACH, NY
Bought this in black to complete a black out Debeer Spire stick. Feels high end with out the outrageous price tag. Bought another for my daughters back up stick to keep a similar feel so she wouldn't wifi. Basically every time I have changed sticks (shafts) she had had to adjust to the new stick. So even though she has two different heads the shafts are the same. The reasonable price allowed me to do that. Daughter is happy.
Pros:
High end feel. <br>Good color selection.<br>Reasonable price allows you buy more and not break the bank.
Cons:
Combo with a Debeer Spire (Attack/Middie) and becomes a solid intermediate stick. Or upgrade the NV3 (Middie/Defense) substituting this shaft without going broke. I have seen that combo on this site.

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DeBeer Triax - Compares favorably to STX Crux 500

by From ALBANY, NY
This is a high quality composite shaft that compares to the STX Crux 500. For those preferring a thicker handle, the Crux 500 is the way to go. For younger players, or those preferring a thinner handle, the Triax is 1/3 the price of the Crux 500. Both are great for cold weather play, very durable, and have medium flex.
Pros:
Great price, very durable, rubberized finish is comfortable for cold weather play.

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