Lacrosse Tape Alternative Lizard Skins Review
Just about every laxer on the field these days wears some form of lacrosse tape or another. The most common form of lacrosse tape on your stick is the classic white grip tape. It’s always served it’s purpose. You put it where your shooting hand should be, and usually some at the bottom. That’s the beauty if lacrosse tape, is you can customize it exactly how you like it.
Well recently we got our hands on a new type of lacrosse grip tape called Lizard Skins. Now Lizard Skins has been into sports grips for just about every sport for years. And now they want to try their hand at lacrosse tape.
Right off the bat, we noticed the grip tape they sent us in the mail resembles that of a tennis racket. Their tie dye like colors are formed into a two or three foot long piece of grippiness. And the grip? Instead of the sandpaper like grip of traditional lacrosse tape, Lizard Skins grip is more rubbery feeling.
One of the problems with traditional lacrosse tape is you have to replace the tape every few weeks because the tape loses it’s grip. With Lizard Skins grip tape, you should be able to keep it taped on your handle much longer, saving you time!
We’re giving this Lizard Skins grip tape a 4/5 stars. The wrap is a cool concept, but we’re just not sure how many laxers will use it. But again, it’s totally experimental, and could turn out to take the lax world by storm.
What do you guys think?