The STX stallion arm pads and Guards are based off the massive success of the best selling Assault arm pad line. Upgraded inner mesh combined with high def Polymer exoskeleton. You will see these pads every weekend on TV on the best collegiate players in lacrosse. The pinnacle of protection, flexibility and comfort. This is the true gold standard in arm protection.
| - Tanner 9/01/15 reply|
These are great they're comfortable but also very protective.
| - HeckelerLax 8/03/15 reply|
If anyone has experience with using the pads on attack, then please post a comment response. I think the pads would provide just enough protection, but I don't want to make the wrong decision.
| - HeckelerLax 8/03/15 reply|
I am a 14 year old 135 lb attack/middie and I need new arm pads. I'm torn between the stallion pads and guards. I think I'm leaning towards The pads because of the fact they are lighter, smaller, and therefore more mobile. They would be great for middie, but I don't want to get the pads and then regret it when playing ATTACK. I am a fairly elite player and contact and slashes go down at higher levels, so I think I would be fine, but I don't know. Super torn, and any feedback would be welcome. Thanks.
| - NClax_88 3/05/15 reply|
should I get this or the maverik m3 arm pad. I normally play wings or x on attack
| - Tbligh1 2/23/15 reply|
I have used these elbow pads for almost 6 Months and they have developed a small hole around the center hole on the elbow. They also need to be tightened a lot around the bicep to keep locked into the arm. Besides that they have performed very well. They absorb slashes very well, very comfortable, good looking (I Know You Care About That) and, from what I have noticed they are long lasting. Overall these pads are a 9/10. All they have to do is make the strap tighter and then they are PERFECT. Highly Recomend.
| - Pink 7/08/14 reply|
I'm a 5'5" 110 lb 12 year old and I'm growing a ton. What size should I get. Used my knowledge over the scale for glove and was glad I did.
| - ianian002 6/30/14 reply|
At first i thought these were just a redesigned, ultra-expensive version of the assaults. They are actually more protective because the HD Polymer is more dense. And the biggest thing for me is that they don fall down your arm like the assaults. The Assault AG's always slid down so the elbow cap was way below your elbow, these stay in place and are incredibly comfortable and flexible. Best AG's out there no question.
| - lax is love 6/27/14 reply|
I'm 5'1 80lbs and really skinny what size should I get
| - Anonymouslaxer 5/26/14 reply|
Would these be good for a midfielder? I'm pretty sure these are for attack-men and the stallion arm pads are for midfielders, but I want more protection so that I don't have to worry about my arms.
| - Grlax22 5/19/14 reply|
once you get sweaty they don't slip at all
| - cbadlax 5/18/14 reply|
The mesh lining makes this pad comfortable and the single strap is nice. They are also very flexible, alot more than I thought they would be.
| - jclax25 4/01/14 reply|
Will trade a Virginia Tech Pro 7 for the Black color size Larges of these. Contact me on sidelineswap @jclax19 or text 3366622888.
| - feed2 2/18/14 reply|
stx took all the assults that they didnt sell and put the name stallin on them they are the same thing for more money
| - Laxer 12/25/13 reply|
These are almost exactly the same as the original assaults. Why would you pay so much more for the same thing. The only difference is the styling and lack of strap on the lower half of the pad. Save your money and buy assaults!
| - LaidBackLacrosse 11/05/13 reply|
They aren't assaults they are stallions. The new versions of the assaults.