The New Balance Freeze Lacrosse Cleat
The New Balance Freeze lacrosse cleat sold out its initial run in less than two weeks. The initial feedback from elite level players who got to try them was amazing. The guys explained that the new larger center spikes gave ripping good traction and cutting ability, but that the best part was the ability to pivot once planted without feeling like you were going to rip your knee out. The longer center spikes act as an innovative pivot point that does not het held up with massive side spikes on the outside of the sole.
Our pros also described the new lacrosse cleat design as a super comfortable, yet supportive mid ankle technology. The New Balance Freeze LX 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 X 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.
The outer material of the Freeze lacrosse cleat is also 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 on release here at Lax.com. The collegiate kids are already calling in and our hard core high school guys are begging to get pairs for elite fall ball. Basically the New Balance Freeze LX lacrosse cleat is poised to be the biggest sell of the year based on initial feedback from elite level players.