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Product Ratings
by Player Votes
 #1  Gait Silencer
 #2  STX Surgeon Sc-Ti
 #3  Gait Ice
 #4  STX Katana
 #5  Nike Zoom
 #6  Tri-Kor Scandium Chrome Elite
 #7  Maverik Boost
 #8  STX Stallion Sc-Ti
 #9  Warrior Krypto Pro Diamond 13
 #10  1 Lacrosse Cutter C155
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 #1  Gait Ice
 #2  Brine Swizzle Scandium
 #3  Nike Vandal
 #4  Gait Silencer
 #5  Harrow I-Beam
 #6  STX Steel 7000
 #7  Brine Swizzbeat 7075
 #8  STX Katana
 #9  Tribe7 Element7 Ti-Scan
 #10  Nike Sprint
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 #1  Gait Ice
 #2  Gait Silencer
 #3  Nike Vandal
 #4  Warrior Kryptolyte 11
 #5  1 Lacrosse Cutter C155
 #6  Tribe7 Element7 Ti-Scan
 #7  Brine Swizzle Scandium
 #8  Brine SC21 Scandium
 #9  STX Surgeon Sc-Ti
 #10  1 Lacrosse Cutter


Warrior Titan Pro Titanium

Warrior Titan Pro Titanium Description: The best performing handles in the world just got better. The Titan Pro is the lightest and one of the strongest handles available today. Titan handles offer the ultimate strength-to weight ratio for today's power players.

Sizes: Att/Mid, Defense, Goalie


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Titan Pro Titanium Player Reviews

Value 5
 andrew (2 Reviews) 04/05/08
I've read a lot of reviews of how it's not as strong as they say and it bends and dents easy, but that's not true. I've had it for a few months (long pole by the way) and I can't tell you how many kid's sticks I've left dents in with this, and my titan pro still looks like new. No dents, barely a scratch, just amazing. I would STRONGLY recommend this to any defense man who wants a strong, light shaft.
Value 5
 G76 (2 Reviews) 06/03/07
"Great Shaft"
A very light shaft, but it dose not sacrifice duribility. I put it a Razor 2.0 and its extreamlly light. I got it in the beginning of the season and there is not a single dent on it. I recomend it to anyone looking to step up from an allumium shaft.
Value 5
 sjs7 (1 Reviews) 07/21/06
I have mixed feelings about this one. I've had my Titan Pro for probably 4 years now. It's gotten so much use that I wore the logo and the gray color off, leaving the shaft looking like a Titan Laser. To its defense, this shaft WON'T break. I receive and occasionally give some vicious checks as an attackman, and it has yet to break on me. However, it will do everything but break. It has a lot of nasty dents and a ridiculous curve. It's been curved for such a long time that a straight shaft feels strange to me (I've even bent it straight several times). Even though it is expensive, four years of play makes it worth every penny. Overall a good shaft, but a little heavy and prone to denting. When I got the shaft, it was the best on the market. Now I'd recommend some other shafts like a Scandium, db803 or Euro-lax Dagger.
Value 4
 LaxDude (7 Reviews) 06/20/06
"I love it"
the price is kinda bad on it but I play middy and its holdin up like amazingly good. people say it sucks because its too heavy or something. if you want it to be perfect use titan pro and either a evo or razer pro. you can't go wrong with that
Value 4
 max smerka (1 Reviews) 06/11/06
my friend has this shaft it is pretty sweet durible and great for a middie like him but I play attack and for the same price you can get a Brine swizzle ti and it is lighter not by a lot but by a fairly good amount
Value 5
 playa101 (2 Reviews) 06/10/06
"Great Stick"
THe titan pro is the way to go. Its light, but heavy enough so you get good force when checking, it is also very strong, I've been playing with mine for 4 years, jr. high, and varsity and it holds up great, I have a few very minor dents. Its a bit pricy but you get your moneys worth. I have used the split shaft and a Brine Ti as well for about half a season each, and the Titan pro out preformed both. Great shaft for middie, if I played attck however id buy the split shaft however because its a little lighter and the grip helps your shot.
Value 5
 cbrsept (1 Reviews) 05/28/06
"real phat"
this is like the best shaft out there. I have two of them one with a EVO PRO and the other with a Finalizer. Warrior is the best way to go. if you are looking for a new shaft, look in to this one
Value 4
 dons-lax (1 Reviews) 05/15/06
its great . . I've had it for a couple years and mayb 1 dent. . I play attack n get hit a whole lot. . it also has good grip n is not that heavy
Value 4
 robbie (1 Reviews) 03/12/06
I bought this at a madlax store for 120 and it was a great shaft. it was lightweight and very balanced out with my e3. at the end of the season it was bent by a cu31. now I have a ti22 powergrip and its vicious
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