Description

The TWIG is something that came from Justin Skaggs imagination. He had a looming trip to India, and wanted to bring a stick. The 32 inch design was made to fit both hands comfortably without sacrificing the full stick feel. The other main point of focus was the head width. He always felt that if a stick cannot hold a full sized ball, then it is not worth having. This is why The TWIG has a 4 inch wide opening, and modeled the frame after a box stick.

This is not a toy, so please do not leave it on your wall to collect dust next to your tee-ball trophies. These are strung with real bison hide gut wall, leathers, and bootlace. Justin wanted this to feel as authentic as possible.

The TWIG is not bent using the same methods as a full sized stick. Justin employs methods used in the construction of wooden boats to bend the smaller pieces, which allows him to be more resourceful and less wasteful when consuming raw wood.

This lacrosse stick frame was built by Justin Skaggs, who is a non-indigenous stick maker. This stick is made in the likeness of sticks that have been made throughout history.

Looking to have your stick engraved? CLICK HERE

The TWIG 32 inch Wooden Lacrosse Stick

Rated 5.0 out of 5
2 Reviews
$99.99
$99.99
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Description

The TWIG is something that came from Justin Skaggs imagination. He had a looming trip to India, and wanted to bring a stick. The 32 inch design was made to fit both hands comfortably without sacrificing the full stick feel. The other main point of focus was the head width. He always felt that if a stick cannot hold a full sized ball, then it is not worth having. This is why The TWIG has a 4 inch wide opening, and modeled the frame after a box stick.

This is not a toy, so please do not leave it on your wall to collect dust next to your tee-ball trophies. These are strung with real bison hide gut wall, leathers, and bootlace. Justin wanted this to feel as authentic as possible.

The TWIG is not bent using the same methods as a full sized stick. Justin employs methods used in the construction of wooden boats to bend the smaller pieces, which allows him to be more resourceful and less wasteful when consuming raw wood.

This lacrosse stick frame was built by Justin Skaggs, who is a non-indigenous stick maker. This stick is made in the likeness of sticks that have been made throughout history.

Looking to have your stick engraved? CLICK HERE
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Reviewed by Guest S.
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Love it!

Sorry for the delay in responding and the review I hoped to do it earlier: I couldn''t be more thrilled with what I received. I knew going in it was going to be a great product and I was overly happy. It has a good whip to it if you try to throw with it so in kidding as a guy that likes a real quick release I could find fault with it but that''s all just teasing; it''s a beautiful piece of wood and I will end up with more than one before it''s all said and done

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Reviewed by laura h.
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Excellent

Excellent quality and fastest shipping ever. So pleased I ordered another one. Excellent service and product.

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