More and more girls are playing lacrosse during cold weather, experiencing loss of dexterity and function due to limited protection from gloves. Invented by Samantha Wolfe while a Sophomore in High School, the FingerFireTM heated lacrosse stick technology keeps players’ hands warm while on the field in cold temperatures. Trademarked and with patent number on US 9,821,204 B2, this revolutionary lacrosse stick boasts the following features:
- Maintains a 100 degree temperature for 1 hour 30 minutes to 1 hour 45 minutes while outside in temperatures down to 30 degrees
- Takes approximately 10 minutes to reach a 100 degree temperature
- Adds approximately 80-100 grams of weight mostly in the lower portion of the stick
- Robust structure able to sustain game conditions
- 8-9 hour maximum recharging time via USB adapter located in the butt end of stick
- Visible LED light indicates green for charged, red for needing charge
- Toggle switch embedded in the butt of stick for charging and playing mode (cap cover included)
- Available for both carbon fiber, aluminum, and titanium sticks
- Design does not violate any US Lacrosse guidelines
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