Lax.com Pro's love the ball control the Houdini offers with the Pro-Pinch. The open sidewalls reduce weight while the quad cross design adds strength. The pro's recommend this head for Attackmen looking for optimum ball control. The Houdini is legal for all players except NCAA. The Houdini X gives college players the opportunity to use this weapon.
| - PacLax189 9/19/12 reply|
is this head good for a middie that takes some faceoffs and a big shooter
| - ben 6/09/14 reply|
It's good for face offs but it's rly hard to get a good pocket out of it
| - berkeleylax3 6/18/12 reply|
I'm an offensive middie and I use this head, it's great. Stiff enough to get ground balls efficiently, but with a little flex for max shooting speed. Love it.
| - iLaxToRelax29 6/27/12 reply|
stallion my fellow lax bro kyle harrison helped create that head i would trust his head.
| - warrriorlax9051 5/24/12 reply|
I'd say no. It's WAY to pinched. This is more for a aggressive attackmen
| - 4broslax 5/20/12 reply|
Has anyone tried to take faceoffs with this? It seems to have a nice enough shape, but I dont know about the durability.
| - NeedleMeyer 5/23/12 reply|
I heard it was WAY too stiff for faceoffs, that is if you are a plunger kind of guy. LSM or attack would probably good though.
| - NeedleMeyer 5/16/12 reply|
A mojo, a voyce, and a spyne all had a child, and named him Houdini
| - Yankel 5/10/12 reply|
Not 100% sure, but I think Warrior bought out Brine so technically it is a new Warrior head.
| - HaydenPaige21 5/12/12 reply|
There both owned by new balance, its like how toyota owns scion and lexus