Third generation of one of the most popular heads of all time, the Warrior Revo 3. Wider flare produces one of the best pockets in the game. This price point can not be beat for toughness, technology and overall game ready performance. The Revolution 3 is a hot new lacrosse head for an advanced defenseman and long stick midfielders that want top performance at value pricing.
| - Waterpololaxer17 4/03/14 reply|
I don't own this head yet, but I used my friends and this thing is stiff. It's amazing for ground balls and is super stiff. Amazing
| - Dude 3/29/14 reply|
If you pick the the east coast mesh option for stringing, does it come strung by east coast guy or lax.com pro
| - SL-lax44 2/14/14 reply|
Honestly the greatest head ive ever used. Played with it all winter in my league and it stayed stiff. Blows x10 and hammer out of the water. No idea about the cyber x though. If you want stiffest and lightest, go revo 3x
| - joec3613 1/23/14 reply|
This is a great D head. Scoops great and it's super stiff. Poke checks are highly effective!
| - Lax_Demon 8/30/13 reply|
I love Warrior lax. I realize that this head I geared toward defenseman, but I wish it came in an NFHS-spec. Head is a little wide and neck is U-G-L-Y, but that sidewall design is sooooo sexy. I think that if this was like the Revo 2.0 (neck pattern) with the new sidewall and rail design, it would look and feel amazing.
| - defense_player 8/27/13 reply|
Brine released the cyber a couple months ago, but is the revo 3 stiffer than the hammer or the cyber? (since warrior and brine are the same company)
| - shalax28 8/21/13 reply|
Why does it say its not NCAA legal if Duke players were using it
| - EASTON PA D POLE 8/14/13 reply|
First but seriusly I don't think they made this for d pole cuz it said for middies and lsms