STX Stallion Head Review
The STX Stallion is one of the most popular lacrosse heads on the market right now.
STX and Kyle Harrison, an indescribable duo. The STX Stallion lacrosse head is a top notch, highly raved about head.
STX Stallion Head: Appearance (10/10)
The C-channel on the sidewall is supposed to be a big feature of the STX Stallion head and thankfully it doesn’t look chippy at all. This head has a very clean look to it, and that makes it look a little more sophisticated when compared to other lacrosse heads on the market.
Color-wise the STX Stallion head has plenty of options, 10 in fact. It also has a mixture of glossy and matte finishes throughout the head. The head has a pretty pinched face that opens up nicely up top that should definitely help with both scooping up gb’s and ball retention. One thing that is good to note is the design of the bottom rail. This was most definitely designed for high pockets.
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STX Stallion Head: Stringing (8/10)
The STX Stallion lacrosse head stringing holes on this head allow for a nice variety of different pockets and different “feels”. There are six holes at the top, normal for mesh stringers. If one is trying to string up some leathers, then they will find themselves in a major pickle.
The holes at the top just weren’t made for traditional pockets, that’s all. Along the sides, no complaints. Even on a bad day, a good player would be smart enough to recognize a good lax head. The C-channel is an added bonus to the stringing as well.
STX Stallion Head: Stiffness (8/10)
STX hit it out of the park with the stability of the STX Stallion head. Whether it’s the C-Channel, sidewall braces, or just overall construction, but it is the complete package for the all-around player like Kyle Harrison.
The STX Stallion lax head is stiff in all the right places and has no problem playing both sides of the field. Even in game-play no player has ever reported having a problem being beaten out on ground-balls, face-offs, defense, or driving down the field.
The reason we knock off the 2 points here is because of how stiff the head is. It even looks stiff. Unfortunately that is a problem when it comes to warping. It will not go back to the original shape no matter what you do.
STX Stallion Head: Durability (10/10)
As we mentioned before, the STX Stallion head looks stiff. This, without a doubt, adds to the durability of the lax head. The C-channel prevents the head from breaking. STX also added the braces to the sidewall. This makes it more structurally sound.
STX Stallion Head: Price (10/10)
The customer is definitely getting great use out of the STX Stallion lax head. The price is perfect for how perfect the head is. This head out pays any of the other heads on the field. You are paying for what you are getting with this incredible head.
The STX Stallion Head: Overall Score (10/10)
As mentioned before, this is truly a magnificent lacrosse head. The STX Stallion head is for an all around player.
Kyle Harrison and STX could not have done better creating such a powerful weapon. This changes the game.