The Maverik Optik 2.0 is one our Pro’s favorite heads going into the 2019 season! Jordan Wolf, who is one of the best dodging attackmen for the World Champion Team USA squad, uses the Optik 2.0 as his weapon of choice. The Optik is designed for a mid to low pocket, helping to give you tremendous control and hold while dodging and creating not just for yourself, but for your teammates. Maverik created this perfect head for dodging creators by using their level two bottom rail, along with their tension lock technology. This may seem super scientific, but trust us, it makes a huge difference in your game! The tension lock technology allows stringers to make a defined channel in the pocket, increasing the accuracy of your shot. No matter how fast you shoot, if you cannot place it where you want to, you are going to have a hard time putting the ball into the net!
The new Maverik Optik 2.0 is also extremely light, as it is the lightest head in the Maverik lineup of heads. Maverik was able to do this by utilizing both a 2 strut design, and their XRail technology. When you combine both of these details you really get a lightweight, but stiff head!
The Optik 2.0 really helps you reach the elite level of play, like Jordan Wolf. No head is complete however without our legendary custom stringing that is used by top level high school, collegiate, and professional teams and players! Not sure if our custom stringing is right for you? Be sure to check out this video to see why we feel so highly about our custom stringing. We spoke with lacrosse legend and current member of the New York Lizards, Joe Walters, and asked him what his go to stringing set up for this head would be. When using the new the Optik 2.0 he utilizes a mid/low pocket with 3 standard shooting strings going across. This set up gives him the quick release he needs to finish top 3 in the MLL in assists for the 2018 season. If you want to speak with a Pro directly about this head, give us a call at 855-255-5294, or send us an email email@example.com
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