a statement about the gait d

The NCAA Men’s lacrosse Rules Committee has recently made a statement banning protrusions and sharp edges on lacrosse sticks for the 2023 season. A meeting is set for September 14th at the U.S. Lacrosse headquarters with the Men’s and Women’s rules committee, as well as manufacturers, to discuss the
definition of the features in this statement. As of now, you may continue to play with your Gait D until January 1, 2023.

Once a definition of protrusions or sharp edges is published, a new Gait D will enter production. We are working with our retail partners on a trade-in option and will gladly replace illegal Gait D heads with a new, legal version, free of charge. The head must be physically presented to a participating retailer or sent back to our warehouse. Our intention is to have a legal version ready for the 2023 season and will do our best to keep you informed of updates as we receive them. We are committed to the progression of defensive head technology and plan to integrate equally effective and innovative features into the upgraded head.

We thank you for your support and appreciate the great feedback concerning the performance of the “Gait D’s” new ball dislodgement technology.

Regards,
Paul Gait, President
Gait Lacrosse

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