The Blade Pro is the ultimate midfield head that was built to dominate both the offensive and defensive sides of the field.
The Blade Pro was designed to dominate faceoffs - the minimal offset, sharp bottom edge, and maximum throat stiffness give you a huge advantage against any other head.
The scoop angle and transition are made to vacuum up ground balls. The optimal string hole position for a pocket that strings up perfect every time.
| - Chesapeake Stringing 1/06/14 reply|
Only thing you need to know about this head if you're on the edge about buying it, is that the offset is gone and the plastic is pretty stiff out the box. Definitely play with it a little and take a few practice faceoffs before you start messing with it.
| - Butch12344 12/25/13 reply|
i need a new head because mine just snapped im looking at either this, a ceo, or a lacota. it would be on a swizzle but can someone help. i play middie with a little attack. suggestions?
| - tommy joe 9/18/13 reply|
if im used to offset will the minimal offset mess up my passing
| - Jaxlax98 9/03/13 reply|
could this be used for attack, what are some pros and cons if so?
| - sslaxbro 7/17/13 reply|
This head is sick but if you don't take faceoffs there are just way better heads out there for middies a d middie might like this but if u play offense there are way better heads
| - Asian Poo 6/28/13 reply|
A week ago i was impressed with this head out of the box. Great face shape a decent for face offs. This seems like a great overall head, but it cracked on me today. The blade pro has a type of plastic in which keeps it's shape. So after a plunge, the head is completely warped and must be adjusted. As i bent the head back *snap*. I didn't even have any scoopies yet :( Not too surprised it snapped because I've read reviews on where this thing snaps fresh out of the box. I suggest to start breaking this head easily and wait till it becomes less stiff. Then go at it. Time to replace this sucka and hopefully I have better luck next time.
| - joeb32 1/25/13 reply|
Loved this head. Don't be impatient and boil it. Just let it get more flexible from use, so take alot of practice face offs or just buy it pre season and get some work in. Loved it till i boiled it and after that only lasted ~1month till the head didn't reform after faceoffs
| - Michigania 11/23/13 reply|
no its not bobby... you are 11 and shoot 30 hahahahahaa
| - sapoe 7/24/12 reply|
i Face off here and there, but i play mostly attack, and i really like this head for attack. I like how it is stiff and pinched and for ground balls its like butter. Face off wise though, its OK, it could be better especially were is flexes
| - JHU Lax#1 6/20/12 reply|
I hate it it's the worst out of the whole blade series it's too stiff and I've already used it boiled it and steamed it and it's still too stiff it doesn't flex the same way near the throat like the og blade(ive used a og blade blade 2.0 and blade f-off), it warps too easily the only good thing about it is the multiple side wall holes and the throat it won't break like the f-off and 2.0 does
| - cooldudelax 7/24/12 reply|
if that is heavy to you, than you must be fairly weak... thats one of the lighter heads..
| - rgennat 5/01/12 reply|
People already rated it, but it comes out mid may....
| - Burt 5/08/12 reply|
blade pro's are being shipped out now.
| - Crash94 4/28/12 reply|
Same flex as Og blade but has a warranty with it
| - GH Lax 37 4/29/12 reply|
do u play for a team in spring lake, michigan