Basically the best midfielder head of the last few years just got legal for collegiate play !! There are a limited amount of these STX Stallion U 500 heads out there. These are designed for advanced middies that want the stiffness with a string hole setup that raises the pocket up out of the throat for better two handed cradling and quicker release.
This is a big boy head designed with the top of the line STX technology for advanced middies who want the most durable, stiffest head on the market. Needless to say.. this is a top choice for LSM's as well.
| - Dylan Klemas 3/19/15 reply|
have this head as a short stick d middle, really like this head but only thing that I can gripe about is the throat, it cracks really easily. Also it does loose its stiffness after a little, the c channel helps retain the stiffness for the most part but you can defiantly tell a difference from day one to now (roughly 3 1/2 weeks)
| - MMihalik 3/08/15 reply|
Is this good for LSM or Close and (i like a mid high pocket)
| - lsubin 1/14/15 reply|
Should I get this or surgeon 500 or optik?
| - Quin 11/30/14 reply|
this head or noz for offensive minded middie
| - Lax4Life35 11/16/14 reply|
I sometimes faceoff and I was wondering if this head would be good for faceoffs. PLEASE RESPOND
| - blainelax31 10/12/14 reply|
how is the stiffnes combared to the lakota U.Also is it good for lsm
| - Waterpololaxer17 9/30/14 reply|
My school recently switched over to MIAA rules and I owned a regular stallion HS but now I'm wondering should I get the Stallion U or the Lakota U. I play D/LSM and take some face offs.
| - NovaNation33 9/16/14 reply|
I play defense in high school. Not sure whether I want to get either the hammer or the stallion u? Opinions of which is better or a better head than these.
| - 60000000 9/11/14 reply|
i just bought the hammer for defense and personally its a little too wide, i kinda like more pinched heads (not too pinched) Ive been using the revolver and enjoyed that but it broke how much more pinch does this have than the hammer
| - 60000000 9/11/14 reply|
forgot to mention i prefer a mid high pocket
| - loggerheadlax 8/06/14 reply|
I would definitely go with this head for lsm, at least until they make a stiffer version of the hawk.
| - ben 8/05/14 reply|
This or epoch hawk? I play lsm
| - asdsks37 8/04/14 reply|
should i stick with the original stallion or get the u500
| - JDLSM36 7/25/14 reply|
Easy to string, stiff, and not too wide. Perfect for the advanced LSM/transition pole.
| - Robbynolan0514 7/20/14 reply|
Very stiff and lightweight. Great choice for any advancing poles or lsm's
| - dan 6/28/14 reply|
WHEN WILL THIS RESTOCK???
| - laxbro0122 6/27/14 reply|
cant wait til more come in and hopefully this comes in red
| - #Ripsquad 6/03/14 reply|
Very Easy to string and I have strung a traditional on this nothing else compares
| - calem 6/02/14 reply|
actually the nfhs is now $100 on most websites
| - El Cholo Man 5/29/14 reply|
If you play NFHS Rules then buy the Stallion NFHS only for $10 less than this. I guess to each their own.
| - ben 5/27/14 reply|
On other websites it says this was 250$. This people will actually pay!
| - ULTIMATE LAX KING 5/28/14 reply|
it was $250 because it was a limited addition head only 250 were made that head came with some sort of mesh too hence the higher price
| - herman 7 6/10/14 reply|
yeah because it actually came out a couple months ago but they only put it on here recently so it is released but it is always sold out because of its good quality