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  • - New design is 5% lighter than NFHS model, while maintaining the same great level of performance
    - C-Channel technology provides extra strength for checking and ground balls
    - STX's signature open sidewall in rear flexes on checks and ground balls, preserving durability
    - Dual sidewall braces provide stability on outside shots and ground balls
    - Bottom rail designed specifically for high pocket placement for additional power when shooting
    - STX Forward Cant
    - Meets NCAA & NFHS rules
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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.
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Such a bummer!!! - 7/09/15 reply

This head is not the most durable. As I was putting this head that I had received right out of the box onto the shaft, the throat snapped. I have never seen anything like that before. This all happended within a span of 20 minutes after getting it.
(no subject) - 7/13/15 reply

Defeat in head-- doesn't affect play
STX Stallion 500 - 6/28/15 reply

Warped after one game, the regular Stallion is much better.
Bendy vid - 6/18/15 reply

http://youtu.be/Lf6cxw0Cby0 We also noticed when shooting the video that the very bottom of the head that goes around the stick is cracked. Mind you we've only played four games with this head... And the player is a 90 pound 12-year-old.
(no subject) - 6/27/15 reply

There was a bad batch of u500 s that had a throat crack issue. Apparently it's been fixed.
Bendy - 6/18/15 reply

Ordered this with the C12 LSM shaft and haven't been happy with it as an LSM head... it bends sideways extremely easy at the end of the long pole, and worst it gets stuck in the bent shape. Ordered the beefier STX Hammer today to replace this on the pole, and will put this head on one of the short sticks.
Lakota U vs. Stallion U 500 - 6/09/15 reply

Which would be better for a middie
colorway - 6/07/15 reply

is the color actually faded or marble on the strung heads or not?
(no subject) - 5/28/15 reply

What's is the difference between this head and the regular stallion? Also is the east coast mesh and/or the other mesh good stringing?
(no subject) - 5/30/15 reply

This is lighter and more durable than the first stallion and is legal for both high school and college play
What's better? - 5/27/15 reply

What's the better head? Brine rp3 or a stx stallion u 500?
(no subject) - 5/30/15 reply

Depends on what you're looking for the Stallion is more universal but the RP3 is more for offensive midfielders
questions - 4/22/15 reply

Which is better for an o middie, stallion u 500 or normal stallion? i like a mid pocket so which is better for those? which is more durable
Broke Easy - 4/21/15 reply

The throat on mine split the first day I used it outside of just breaking in the pocket against a wall so take it as you will, maybe just got a bad on but still.
good head - 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)
Defense - 3/08/15 reply

Is this good for LSM or Close and (i like a mid high pocket)
stallion u for defense - 4/24/15 reply

my friend uses this head for close d and hasn't had any complaints
This or surgeon 500/10 500 - 1/14/15 reply

Should I get this or surgeon 500 or optik?
Noz or this - 11/30/14 reply

this head or noz for offensive minded middie
this or ceo - 11/18/14 reply

this or the ceo for attack
(no subject) - 12/27/14 reply

I'm wondering the same thing...
Faceoff?? - 11/16/14 reply

I sometimes faceoff and I was wondering if this head would be good for faceoffs. PLEASE RESPOND
(no subject) - 6/27/15 reply

No
(no subject) - 7/27/15 reply

as of right now, theres plenty of amazing heads for facing of and just generally good heads, and though its a steep price at $149 rn, id go for the blade OG reissue if you're looking for a killer face-off head
(no subject) - 10/12/14 reply

how is the stiffnes combared to the lakota U.Also is it good for lsm
RESPOND RESPOND!!!!!! - 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.
Hammer vs Stallion U - 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.
(no subject) - 7/27/15 reply

if you tend to play close d and don't take the ball down the field then go with the Hammer, but if so then you'd be even better off with the maverick tank by far if you play more like an lsm and take it down then id go with something like either stallions or one of the lakotas
2 - 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
mid high - 9/11/14 reply

forgot to mention i prefer a mid high pocket
Epoch hawk vs stallion u - 8/06/14 reply

I would definitely go with this head for lsm, at least until they make a stiffer version of the hawk.
Which? - 8/05/14 reply

This or epoch hawk? I play lsm
OG or u500 - 8/04/14 reply

should i stick with the original stallion or get the u500
Defensive head - 7/25/14 reply

Easy to string, stiff, and not too wide. Perfect for the advanced LSM/transition pole.
Great lsm head - 7/20/14 reply

Very stiff and lightweight. Great choice for any advancing poles or lsm's
(no subject) - 6/28/14 reply

WHEN WILL THIS RESTOCK???
(no subject) - 6/27/14 reply

cant wait til more come in and hopefully this comes in red
Great Head - 6/03/14 reply

Very Easy to string and I have strung a traditional on this nothing else compares
price - 6/02/14 reply

actually the nfhs is now $100 on most websites
Little bit of a rip off... - 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.
Price - 5/27/14 reply

On other websites it says this was 250$. This people will actually pay!
(no subject) - 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
Release - 5/28/14 reply

So is it fully released?
yeah - 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
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