|We will string your head, any head, no
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|We offer a six-month replacement
warranty on all of our purchased
products. The warranty covers
breakage during normal game play. If
you break a shaft or head, contact us
at: email@example.com and we'll arrange
a speedy replacement.
is free on all items.
Orders usually ship
the same day via
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The long and narrow
channel of the
Optimus7 is for
scoring and vacuuming
up ground balls.
|Our 30 inch
7075 Alloy Shaft.
The SP refers to
(best response to
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The super stiff S7 is
for Defenders and
Middies who prefer
flex adds to shot
shows that the
C7's also look
|Where Phenomenal is Normal
|The Element7 is a
super light, super
strong Ti-Sc infused
designed to be the
Best in the Game.
There is a perfect
strength and weight,
and we nailed it!
|The Beastmaster7 is a
60" defensive shaft
that ranks as one of
the Best in Lacrosse.
It's super light, and
super strong. 42"
shaft available for
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The High Ball pocket
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|ECMStripB-B for black,
G for green
high and deep pocket.
Pocket with Paracords
Iroqious-G for black,
B for green
The Lo-Ball also
speaks for itself!
mesh with Paracord
mesh, Iroqious pocket.
The Sceptre7 head is
for ruling the Field
from end line to end
line. $47.50 unstrung.
The Ghost7, the
lightest head in
lax, is designed for
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|Tribe7 Lacrosse is proud to announce that Greg ‘Beast’ Gurenlian is
joining Tribe7 as it’s President. Greg’s extraordinary passion for the
game, passion to win, and compassion for others makes him the ideal
leader to further Tribe7’s Mission. Tribe7’s Mission being to provide
the Lax Community with game changing gear, at Lax Community
prices. We like to say that Tribe7 is You. Because that’s what we do.
Greg can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|It turns out that our Zebra Stripe heads serve as more effective camouflage than we planned or hoped. As
in highly effective. Goalies do not like them. Not at all.
They have 'trouble seeing' the head. Which, for shooters, is a very good thing. The good folk at the Royal
Society in Great Britain published an article that helps us understand why.
According to John A. Endler zebra stripe camouflage is a function of "disruptive coloration." Simply,
'disruptively colored elements (stripes) distract attention and break up the body outline, making detection
difficult." (Thayer 1909; Cott 1940; Stevens & Cuthill 2006).
A study by Schaefer & Stobbe (2006) shows that the advantage of disruptive patterns is greater when
disruptive patterns have higher contrast. Disruptive coloration has also been proven effective regardless of
the background coloration, 'exploiting predators cognitive mechanisms of prey recognition."
Copyright © 2006 The Royal Society
Dr. Martin Stevens, a Zoologist at the University of Cambridge in Great Britain, kindly took the time to
elaborate on the camouflage effect in a November 2, 2010 letter to Tribe7, stating that "the stripes also
make it difficult to judge speed, because the high contrast markings interfere with motion perception."
Competitive Bottom Line: our Zebra's heads' "disruptive coloration" is an
effective means of confusing the visual system, serving to break up the head's
outline, especially when moving at speed. Once again...sorry Mr. Goalie.....
|What is Tribe7's Mission?
Higher performance, fairer prices, helps make a better, bigger, game. Tribe7 was founded when a
group of long time lacrosse community members noticed that our that our beloved game’s
equipment prices had gotten out of hand. The only real innovation we could find since we’d played
in college was a quintupling in price. Pretty much the same stuff, but five times as expensive. We
did not like the idea that lax was becoming more like polo than soccer, cost wise, So we set out to
serve the community as it’s equipment manager. Providing the highest performance gear, at the
fairest price. We don’t like to talk pricing though, we prefer to discuss how to crush. How to crush
the competition, on the field and off.