Best Shooting Lacrosse Head in 2023
Maverik Paul Wall Lacrosse Goal Shooting Target
Maverik TACTIK 2.0 Lacrosse Head UNSTRUNG - White
Maverik Lacrosse Tactik Head Universal - Black (Unstrung)
- Optimal release point
- X-trail technology
- Level 3 bottom rail
Epoch iD Vision Complete Lacrosse Stick Black
- PROUDLY MADE IN USA: The iD Vision has a Universal Spec and is manufactured with Epoch’s proprietary blend of materials for a super tough polymer with maximized stiffness and flexibility properties with UV protection
- ZONE 2 MID/LOW POCKET: Designed for the elite U14 and up lacrosse players, the iD Vision was engineered to have a zone 2 pocket location; This gives your Epoch Complete lacrosse stick a Zone 2 mid/low pocket
- SMART SIDEWALLS: The circle sidewall holes provide you with the ideal neutral pocket, while the square holes allow you to learn and upgrade your pocket by providing options for various levels of whip
- COMPOSITE INJECTED POLYMER: The iD Vision is constructed with proprietary composite injected polymer; This provides not only optimal strength and durability but maximum energy transfer for improved velocity
- iQ3 FLEX: Designed for throw precision; Engineered to be stiffer for when you are in close around the goal and also when you need to throw a quick outlet pass from deep in the corner to get the ball up field
Maverik Prep Unstrung Lacrosse Head
- The Prep offers high school players maximum ball control advantage with most narrow throat possible (meeting NFHS specs)
- Crafted the most rounded scoop of all Maverik heads
- Accurate pinpoint shooting
- Extreme mo control for more natural feel
- Aggressive ramp offers dynamic control of shooting, string placement, resulting in personalized release options
Maverik Lacrosse Tactik Head Universal - White (Unstrung)
- Optimal release point
- X-trail technology
- Level 3 bottom rail
- Country of Origin:United States
Maverik Kinetik Universal Lacrosse Head White Unstrung
- The Kinetik is for a power player who isn't afraid to take the outside shot. Deigned for velocity and accuracy when the game is on the line.
- TENSION LOCK enables the stringer to precisely locate a defined shooting channel for increased accuracy.
- OPTIMAL RELEASE POINT increases control with added hold and has extreme energy transfer when shooting.
- DURATOUGH material increases stiffness and provides consistency in all weather conditions.
- X-RAIL TECHNOLOGY is engineered to distribute the stress to the opposite rail creating a lightweight and stiff design.
Jimalax PRIME Strings Lacrosse Head Sidewall and Shooting Strings (red)
- Inludes 1 stringing kit- Red-Mesh not Included
- 5 PRIME Sidewall Strings
- 3 PRIME Shooting Laces
- 2 PRIME Shooting Strings
- 1 Self-tapping Screw
STX Lacrosse Women's Fortress 300 Complete Stick with Head, Handle & Strung, Black/Grey
- Stiff design for defensive players
- Runway pocket is a unique, Overlapping center string System that allows the two center runners to flex out and hug the ball
- Includes new string lock technology, which allows you to set your pocket to help prevent bagging
- Elongated Face increases power
- Complete stick includes 7075
STX Lacrosse Women's CRUX 300 Complete Stick Purple Head with Runway Pocket on STX 7075 Alloy Shaft
- Inspired by the Crux 500 girl's complete stick, the Crux 300 complete stick is designed for the intermediate girl's lacrosse player.
- The Crux 300 pointed scoop allows for accuracy on shots and passes.
- The Crux 300 features a minimum sidewall height for deepest legal pocket.
- Strung with the STX Runway Pocket, a unique, overlapping center string system that allows the two center runners to flex out and hug the ball.
- The Crux 300 complete stick includes a 7075 alloy handle.
A Story About the Man in the Kayak
This is a true story of a strange event my husband and I witnessed recently on a rainy day. Keeping a camera phone nearby paid off because we were able to capture the event.
Looking straight ahead before pulling out of the parking area, there is this person running down a busy road with a kayak on his back.
"Honey, look at that!" I cry out.
He looks and is so amazed himself. I mean how many times do you see someone running down the road with a kayak on his back in the rain.
"Honey pull the car over, I am so going to Facebook this!"
My husband laughs at my comment, pulling over to get closer to this person. The man in the kayak is now going down into the ditch, which is full of water and begins to put his Kayak in the water.
"Honey, here is my phone, please take a couple pictures."
As the rain pours into the car on top of his head, he takes a couple pictures, mumbling something like, "you owe me!"
We get home and I cannot wait to put them on Facebook. I then get the idea to send them to our local news, which is on Facebook. It was about 10 minutes later when the producer sends me a message, saying they are going to put the pictures on the five o'clock news. I mean this is exciting stuff in my retired, sometimes rather dull world.
5 p.m. rolls around and I am sitting in front of the TV, waiting for the news to come on. With my phone securely in my hand, I am ready to record the segment. I know this sounds strange but just bear with me, my mom may want to hear my name on the news.
"Babe, it will probably be at the end of the news segment, I'm just sayin'."
Ignoring my polite husband, I continue to wait…with my phone in my hand and finger on the red button. I got this I think to myself! I wait and wait until all of sudden the most unthinkable thing happens, my phone dies.
Looking up, and in a panic mode, "Honey, may I use you phone?"
Looking at me with a smirk, he hands me his phone.
Not looking at him, I say under my breath, "What do I owe you now?"
He is still smirking and certainly heard me, "I'm thinkin,'" he says.
I have the phone all ready to record as soon as the segment comes on. Then it happens, first the picture, then they say…courtesy of _____________and gives my whole name.
"HAHAHAHA" I laugh loudly…"Oh shoot the recorder button is off!"
Then my phone rings, which is plugged into the wall. It is my friend Mel. She is excited, must be a Texas thing,
"I was cooking in the kitchen, and I heard your name on the news. I run in and see this person in a kayak…I missed it…MY GOSH were you kayaking?"
I explain what happened, while she continues laughing in my ear. Suddenly, my husband comes to get me.
"Babe, they flashed your name again but added more. They had to do a fire and rescue on the person in the kayak!"
"OH MY GOSH, I HOPE HE IS OK!" I say blurting out in my excitement. "Did you record it?"