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Maverik Metrik U Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 12 Oct, 2014Summary
The Metrik U lacrosse head by Maverik is a revolutionary head whose design meets the NCAA and NFHS specifications. It's the result of the brand's most innovative head development to date. Made in the US, this head incorporates premium materials, superior quality control and unrivalled testing. The Metrik U head is designed for the perfect blend of power and accuracy.
Warrior Evo 4 Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 6 Aug, 2015Summary
The Warrior Evo 4 lacrosse head is re-engineered for the perfect balance of lightweight stiffness, feel and consistent release. The New SymRail design interior sidewall mirrors the outer for reduced weight without sacrificing stiffness. Maximum string holes for customized pocket placement.
Brine Mantra 2 Women's Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 16 Feb, 2014Summary
Introducing the newly redesigned Brine Mantra 2 women's lacrosse head that features a unique 2-shot color application for enhanced customization. It's designed with a patented Maximum Offset which allows the ball to sit lower in the pocket for superior control and feel. The updated ball stop area provides optimal retention and a smooth transition. You can be sure that you've got your game on when you step onto the field.
STX Stallion Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 2 Jul, 2014Summary
Just like a true stallion, the STX Stallion lacrosse head comes with advanced features for the brave hearted players in the arena. Engineered for strength and stability, the head is incorporated with the C-Channel technology that counts for extra strength at the face-off, on ground balls and checks. This feature is also fortified by the sidewall braces for extra strength. Rest assured that this lacrosse head will hold up well in times of crisis and deliver the optimum performance that you truly need.
STX Eclipse Keeper Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 1 Jul, 2012Summary
Deciding on STX Eclipse to be the first goalie lacrosse head we'd review was a no brainer. We'd heard so much about his head we had to put it through its paces. We wanted to know if what people were saying stacked up against a critical review. Here we go.
Gait Torque Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 21 Sep, 2014Summary
Featuring inside stringing tabs with inverted V shape, the Gait Torque lacrosse head provides the ultimate narrow pocket for improved control and accuracy. It boasts a drop-V scoop that channels the pocket allowing for improved accuracy and quicker release point.
STX Super Power Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 23 Sep, 2012Summary
Sitting near the top of the stack is the STX Super Power lacrosse head. This lacrosse head weighs 4.5ox / 120g which is on the very light side of the scale. It is surprisingly stiff given its weight, yet flexes nicely when you shoot. The head is also NFHS & NCAA compliant.
STX Proton Power Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 23 Oct, 2012Summary
From the best-selling Proton family, we have the STX Proton Power. The head features STX Forward Cant technology, a new aerodynamic design and a scoop which allows for extra flex when shooting. It has the perfect shape for maximum ball control with pin point accuracy when shooting and catching the ball. The head is NFHS compliant only.
Brine Clutch 2 Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 18 May, 2012Summary
Is Brine replacing the all famous Clutch? Hardly, but they've taken it to the next level with the Brine Clutch 2. Featuring flared sidewall and a two shot colour process, the look has certainly had a makeover. Brine has ingeniously improved the scoop and throat without increasing the overall weight. The Brine Clutch 2 meets NFHS specifications only.
Warrior Revo Pro 2 Lacrosse HeadReviewed on 20 Aug, 2015Summary
The durability and flexibility alone make it an excellent choice in many situations. Features such as the face shape stringing holes, throat shape, and all else, add even more capabilities, making it one of the most useful versatile heads in the game.