Dan Bargholz is back with another gear review. This time he checks out the Recon XL Head by Gait Lacrosse.
Tag Archives | Lacrosse Heads
We review the Unleashed U head by Under Armour Lacrosse, this just might be their best one yet.
Despite initial visual impressions, the Gait Saber passes this Gear Review with a solid score, especially for defensemen.
Mark Powers, from The Lacrosse Show, steps over to SSL to review the new Core Head by Easton Lacrosse. Mark got a jump on things and has been using this head for almost 6 months!
The Gait Torque, a classic by now, gets the Gear Review action from Connor Wilson, who has a long history with this product. Let’s get intimate.
Under Armour is making another charge at the lacrosse industry this year with some revamped gear and more focus on quality. Check out the Under Armour Charge head and how it fared through our tests.
We check-out and review the Stallion head by STX Lacrosse to see if it really is all that and a bag of chips.
The Blade Pro X6 is the newest version of arguably the best face-off head of all time. With a few new features like Warrior’s Pro Scoop, college FOGOs and middies alike should be checking this head out.
Andrew Ratzke tests out the STX Surgeon head to see how it will meet the new NCAA rules for the upcoming season of lacrosse.
The new Brine Houdini HS hearkens back to like 2005 when the Brine E3 was king of the field for both attackmen and midfielders. Created by former Duke standout attackman Ned Crotty, this next Gear Review head is the next in the deep, sudden offset design many attackmen love.
We’ve been waiting to test out the Rabil X head since Warrior hinted at its release. Will this head be as good its namesake or will it fall short?
The Maverik Gear Reviews roll on with Josh Rottman’s review of the Flight head by Maverik Lacrosse.
Andrew Ratzke stops by to review the M80 X Lacrosse Head by Warrior. Will it fall short of his expectations or blow ‘em away?