2 Stallion U 500
main
2 Stallion U 500
view2
2 Stallion U 500
view3
2 Stallion U 500
view4
STX Stallion U 500 Lacrosse Heads
OTHER COMBOS
black
east coast mesh
In Stock
black
lax.com pro strung
In Stock
black
unstrung
In Stock
carolina
unstrung
Coming!
grey
unstrung
Coming!
navy
unstrung
Coming!
neon green
unstrung
Coming!
orange
unstrung
Coming!
red
unstrung
Coming!
royal blue
unstrung
Coming!
white
east coast mesh
Coming!
white
lax.com pro strung
Coming!
white
unstrung
Coming!
MANUFACTURER SPECS
  • - 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
LAX.COM PRO-INSIGHT
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.
CUSTOMER REVIEWS
[+] Post a Comment
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.
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
Our Price:
$99.99
In Stock 0
Color:
Style: unstrung
Legality
NCAA legal: Yes
HS/Youth legal: Yes
Find a lower price and we will beat it by 10%
Orders over $99 and under 5 lbs.
Items ships SAME BUSINESS DAY
No Hassle return policy, 365 days a year