Looking for some head maybe Easton

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Personally, as a guy with a serious gear obsession, that makes this a BIG gear review. Needless to say, I was beyond excited to find out that the guys at Easton would be providing me with this head to review. Before I say anything, take a look at what the Brothers Kim have to say about it, directly from the mouth of Easton:.

Looking for some head maybe Easton

The bottom line is the head looks sleek, like many top of the line he on the market. It has a simple sidewall de, and not too many non-functional bells and whistles.

Looking for some head maybe Easton

Now this is an important section for me, because I string every stick before I ever hit the field with it. There are a ton of holes down the side, which for those of us who remember drilling new holes in our he 10 years ago is a godsend. This head was actually a pleasure to string, but it is a bit off-putting initially because when you first get the head, it is neither offset nor very pinched.

I get the sense the non-offset has little to do with stick performance and everything to do with patent law. The result is a nice offset pinched head perfect for offensive midfielders and attackmen. Attackmen especially because I found that the bottom holes, which go back toward the shaft at the bottom instead of staying on their sidewall line, makes creating a low pocket very manageable. In this case Easton had to employ more plastic in front of the shaft to counterbalance the yellow grommet, making it feel more like a non-offset head even after cranking that screw down.

These two elements are what makes this head far superior even to my beloved game head, the Warrior Evo Pro X6. Until the ball hits the ground.

Looking for some head maybe Easton

The box beam construction is deed to have the head keep its shape, which is a must for FOGOs and defensemen alike. Everything else is just following now.

Looking for some head maybe Easton

I put this head through the freaking meat grinder. I wanted to put this box-beam construction to the test after all, not all new ideas are good ones. I bashed it against things. I let defensemen try to wreck it. I crease dove and landed on it. I did Indian pickups in games. I even took faceoffs by myself! The Stealth HS head came out the other end pretty much unscathed. The box-beam construction really lives up to its de concept, just like a good bridge.

Ok, we get it. But what does this box-beam construction do to the head other than making it stiffer? It moves the sidewall holes way to the outside of the head where the ball will never hit nylon. The head feels a bit wider than it actually is. Why does everyone else continue to produce the same thing in a different marketing package? Did anyone ever notice that the Warrior Mojo seems like the same exact head as the Finalizer which was once double the price? It shows me someone out there is more concerned with corporate profit margins than creating a better product for the Looking for some head maybe Easton, and that has never been what this sport is about.

Realistically, companies should be pushing each other to create the best product, not preventing each other from doing just that. We need more companies innovating and collaboratingand I support paying a bit more for a head knowing that my money will go to Growing The Game from a technological standpoint. End rant. These are high marks for a new head. Not a single category received less than a 1. Beyond just playing with this head or not, if you want to see what Easton Lacrosse can do as a manufacturer, you need to support them.

Keep an eye on the LAS Facebook for more information on the contest. You must be logged in to post a comment. Gear Reviews. Share 0. Tweet 0. Easton Lacrosse Lacrosse He. Author Josh Rottman. Josh Rottman is a board-certified stick physician and a practicing stick psychologist. He's been known to sit on a flower-print chair and whisper sweet nothings into sticks' little nylon ears until they throw just so.

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