STX Surgeon 300 Lacrosse Head Review
Lacrosse heads are one of the most important pieces of your lacrosse stick. When looking at the STX Surgeon 300 lacrosse head review, keep in mind price, value, NFHS and NCAA regulations, your position, and style of play. Also, decide on how much pinch, stiffness, weight, and stringing options you need, and if the STX Surgeon 300 meets your needs. STX Lacrosse has proven its quality for years, so you’ve come across a good lacrosse head. The STX Surgeon 300 should give you what you need, with a price tag of $79.99. Checkout some other STX lacrosse heads before you buy one, and be sure to watch the STX Surgeon 300 lacrosse head video review if we’ve posted one!
The Bottom Line for the STX Surgeon 300
The Surgeon 300 series is designed for advancing youth attackman that want all the technology of the big brother 500 series with a little more forgiving feel. The plastic here is slightly softer so kids up to 13 years old have a better feel while cradling and shooting. The 500 series is much stiffer and designed to produce more shot power. The best news for younger players is that this advanced design is available to them at a price that won’t break the college fund an offers all the bells and whistles that the big boys use.
What STX Says on the STX Surgeon 300 Head
New STX Surgeon 300. DISSECT THE GAME. Designed for the intermediate level attackman. Stiff pointed scoop for quicker release and improved accuracy. Bottom rail designed for low pocket placement for smooth quick release and more hold on the ball while dodging.
College and High School Lacrosse Head Size Regulations:
Based on the STX lacrosse heads pinch, length and width, it’s legality changes. In the 2015 lacrosse season, you may use lacrosse heads marked U or X at all levels of play (NCAA and NFHS). You may only use lacrosse heads marked HS (NFHS) in high school lacrosse. When buying a lacrosse head, be sure to reference if it’s legal for high school or college lacrosse.
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