Old Pocket, Quick Fix – That Old Lacrosse Head! I show you how to convert any old traditional into a much more use friendly six shooter.
The Warrior Warpath is not an “old” head by any means. It came out in 2006 or 2007 and was a beginner/intermediate head that never became all that popular. It’s pretty sturdy, basic, and totally usable, and it’s not a head you see every day.
For its time, the Superlight II was really one of the most advanced heads on the market. It was narrow, had some cool tech to it, and was a favorite amongst offensive players everywhere.
The Brine D80 Head, also known to many simply as “the Spoon” is an absolute classic, a rare gem to find, and a true cornerstone to any old lacrosse stick collection.
Today we’re looking at a unique Razer 2.0 head from Warrior Lacrosse! It’s a special ESPNU dyed Razer, so it’s getting a special pocket in today’s episode of That Old Lacrosse Head!
The Brine Oz is a classic even though it is one of the newest non-offset lacrosse heads out there! Watch me take out the mesh and put in traditional, because that’s what the Brine Oz deserves!
This is a very special STX Viper edition of That Old Lacrosse Head.
Welcome to another episode of That Old Lacrosse Head! This week I’m taking an original Warrior Revolution head and fixing up the pocket so that CityLax (supporting public school lacrosse in NYC!) can recycle the head and put it to good use!
Today we’re checking out the Brine Prophecy head on That Old Lacrosse Head! The Brine Prophecy is a classic crazy head.
The STX Hi-Wall is a classic non-offset head, but I don’t just have a Hi-Wall today… I also have an STX Laser Hi-Wall, which is actually something different, in its own way. The STX Laser Hi-Wall came out first, and it’s a follow up to STX’s Laser Lite head, which had a slightly thinner sidewall.
Welcome to That Old Lacrosse Head! The Brine Shotgun and the Shotgun II came out in the late 1980s. Today I’m fixing up two Brine Shotgun heads.
That Old Lacrosse Head is back for another Friday showing and this time I’m fixing up a traditional STX Excalibur for CityLax!