Best Lacrosse Heads For Midfielders 2020

Oct 16, 2019

The best lacrosse heads for midfielders of 2020 are based on Lax.com’s two decades of knowledge and understanding of what the best new technologies can do for a player's age, ability and position.  Our core customer base is the very best of collegiate, high school and youth lacrosse.  At Lax.com we are trusted family business of players, coaches and All-Americans that truly understand the best lacrosse sticks and Pro stringing in the game. See why Connor Kelly, a 2x First Team All-America, a 3x NCAA All-Tournament Team selection, a 3x Big Ten All-Tournament Team selection uses Lax.com to string up all his sticks.

STX Ultra Power - The STX Ultra Power lacrosse head is the most powerful head that STX has ever produced.  This head was designed to ramp up your speed shot by upwards of 10MPH.  STX applied some of their most popular features from their other heads increased the amount of stringing holes to cater to a variety of stringing options.  Strung up properly this head is a lethal shooting and passing machine.  If you pair this head with our Premier Custom Stringing, where you actually get to talk to our Pro's, you will be unstoppable.  

Warrior Evo 5 - The Warrior Evo 5 lacrosse head was designed for guys who like to carry the ball lower in the pocket, but still have outside shot power and laser like feeding accuracy.  Warrior engineered this head to be a offensive machine.  The Tilt Tech technology sets this head apart and our stringing guru's are pretty psyched about it.  Essentially the string holes are angled so that the pocket can be seated closer to the plastic and the knots flow more inline with the downard bias to the head. 

Maverik Tactik 2.0 - The Tactik 2.0 lacrosse head is a a top seller and is designed for the do-it-all midfielder that is a mid-range shooter and precision passer. Used by PLL Chrome's Ned Crotty and ML Chesapeake Bayhawks Nick Mariano, this head had technology that provides superior ball control when possessing, feeding and shooting. Our Pro stringers are impressed with the placement of the 20 stringing holes, so they can dial up a dime every time.  

ECD DNA - The ECD DNA lacrosse head is an all around head, but preferred my more offensive minded players.  Built with FlexForm which elimiates warping.  Very sturdy for passing shooting and for ground balls.  This lacrosse head is an absolute beast!

Gait Torque - The Gait Torq lacrose head is a revised version of teh old Troque.  Gait brought back the legendary throwback and improved it for today's type of play.  This head was coveted back in the day by old school players.  The new Torq is stiffer and features multi-hold stringing system so our Pro's can string this up for you however you like!  

All of the above heads are available unstrung or can be strung by the best in the nation at Lax.com. Ask anyone who plays at the elite level in high school and college, they have all trusted Lax.com for years to deliver the best pockets in the game. We STRONGLY recommend ECD Hero 2.0 custom stringing for the high school, college and advanced youth crowd. For the youth player, our Lax.com less expensive PRO STRUNG option is an amazing value with high quality mesh that requires little or no maintenance for a season of play. If you have any questions about what lacrosse head might be right for you or your player, feel free to give our Pro’s a call at 855.255.5294. We will be able to tell you what we think is right based on your age, ability and position.  

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The Lax.com Pro Staff
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