Is your lacrosse head ready for the new season? It’s old, it’s an eye sore, and its affecting your game very negatively. You should trade in your old head for a new head at the beginning of every season that you play. This seems like something a normal e-commerce website would say, but it is the truth. The age of your head can drastically affect the way you play. Plastic loses its strength and begins to warp due to weather, amount of use, and since we film games, we have seen it a lot on the field. When players have issues throwing and catching it is usually because the head is warped or the stringing has bagged out. Our pros at LAX.com want to help educate our customers about when it is a good time to change your lacrosse head. LAX.com Product Manager, Brandon Butler shows you the signs and how much your old head is affecting your game in this video.
At LAX.com, we offer the very latest in lacrosse heads including the:
If you need any suggestions, check out some of the best new lacrosse heads on this list for 2017 and be sure to have your new head strung by our Pro-Stringing team here at LAX.com. Stringing is critical towards any players development and our stringers are trusted by the best in the game to deliver the most consistent pockets in lacrosse.
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LAX.com offers a wide variety of men’s lacrosse equipment for every players ability. If you have any questions about what 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. Also, be sure to download the LAX.com FREE mobile app. We push our most amazing deals there and you will also gain access to the newest gear as soon as it hits the market.
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The Lax.com Pro Staff
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