Lacrosse Shafts

Handcrafted Hickory Lacrosse Shafts 

Our Burd Lax shafts are all hand selected from the finest kiln dried Hickory available.
Our warranty and low prices are the best in the industry.  All of our products are proudly made in the USA.
Cut Brushed 100% Cotton Twill Unconstructed Cap that has 6 panels, low profile pre-curved visor.
The Burd Wood Works Lacrosse logo is embroidered on the front above the visor.
All of our Traditional sticks are hand crafted by the Mohawks of the IROQUOIS Six Nations.
They are made from the traditional wood…HICKORY…which is the most dense and resilient wood available.
Burd Wood Works Lacrosse

Learn About Burd Lax & More Using Hickory – One of The Most Dense and Resilient Woods Native to North America

Burd Lax in Milan, Michigan, brings our love of woodworking to lacrosse equipment. Specializing in handcrafted wood lacrosse shafts, our family-owned business makes sticks, d-poles, goalie shafts, women’s shafts and more using dense, resilient HICKORY that was first used by the Native Americans hundreds of years ago. With more than 25 years of woodworking experience, our company has served thousands of customers who love our service, ethics, quality standards, and turnaround times.

Having raised three boys that grew up playing lacrosse, we have had many opportunities to better understand the needs of the players and the demands of the products. With this in mind, know that we offer the best quality for your money. Our shop is located in the beautiful Michigan countryside, south of Ann Arbor, and all of our products are proudly made here in the USA.

Testimonials

  • Pete Seybold
    My son loves his new D pole. They even sent me a scrap piece to test the stain on. Great company!
    Pete Seybold
  • Elijah Drapeau
    Amazing price for amazing sticks got a d pole and it's phenomenal
    Elijah Drapeau
  • Joey Pucciarelli
    Thank you for the new d-pole!
    Joey Pucciarelli
  • Brandon Arts
    Super nice couple seem to get a new stick every time I see them . Looking to get a native stick at top cheddar
    Brandon Arts