The New Balance Freeze LX v2.0 lacrosse cleat is updated from the original New Balance Freeze lacrosse cleat which sold out during its initial run in less than two weeks, last year. Rob Pannell, New York Lizards, and the initial feedback from other elite like level players who got to try the new Freeze LX 2.0 was amazing. The guys explained that the re-design to be lacrosse specific made a big difference. The new FreezeLX v 2.0 has the same center spikes that give good traction and cutting ability, but the best part is the ability to pivot once planted with ease. The longer center spikes act as an innovative pivot point that does not get held up with massive side spikes on the outside of the sole.
Our pros also described the new Freeze LX 2.0 lacrosse cleat is still super comfortable with FreshFoam inserts, yet the cleat provides a 3D woven saddle that creates superior ankle support for improved angles while cutting and juking. The New Balance Freeze 2.0 LX lacrosse cleats wrap tightly, but softly around the ankle and allow better flexibility than other lacrosse-specific models, but still seem to provide plenty of lateral torsional stability. Adding to the torsional stiffness of the footplate is the new QuixRail TPU pattern. This allows for that stiffness and spring you want in your initial acceleration but also anchors the cleat well during split dodges and for defenders that need to keep ‘em moving quickly. Another thing the Pro's noticed was the reinforced toe design with increased stitching for stability.
The fun bootie design offers a snug and custom fit, which makes it softer and more flexible than other lacrosse-specific cleats. Basically, these are a game-changing new offering that we expect to literally fly off the shelf at Lax.com. The collegiate kids are already calling in and our hardcore high school guys are begging to get pairs for elite fall ball. Basically, the New Balance Freeze LX 2.0 lacrosse cleat is poised to be one of the biggest sellers of the year based on initial feedback from elite level players.
If you have any questions about the New Balance Freeze LX 2.0 lacrosse cleat or about any other gear give one of our Pro's a call at 855.255.5294. See you on the fields!
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