The Warrior Burn X is hands down the most underrated lacrosse head on the Warrior line. Overall this head is almost identical to the Warrior Rabil 2 X head. This head has SYMRAIL technology that shaves the inner sidewall to match the outer sidewall to reduce weight without sacrificing performance and durability.
Warrior also implemented a recessed sidewall which moves the stringing holes adjacently away from the inside of the throat to reduce the likelihood of an Illegal stick penalty without sacrificing pinch. The only difference between this head and the Rabil 2 X are the sidewall design and the Rabil 2 has more durability.
|Weight Without Mesh (oz.)||5.0|
|Weight Without Mesh (gm.)||136|
|A - Mouth Width/Widest Point (in.)||6 5/8|
|B - Pinch at the 5 inch Mark (in.)||4|
|C - Pinch at the 3 inch Mark (in.)||3 1/4|
|D - Pinch at the 1.25 inch Mark (in.)||3 1/8|
|E - Throat Length (in.)||2 1/8|
|F - Offset||TruOffset/ Maximum Offset = Technology that lowers the sidewall of a head below the center plane of the shaft.|
|Plastic Technology||SYMRAIL: Shaves the inner sidewall to match the outer sidewall.|
|Sidewall Stringing Holes||19|
|Bottom Rail Configuration||Mid/Level 3 Bottom Rail|
|Scoop Shape||Rounded Scoop|
|Top Wall Stringing Holes||6|
this head has out done its self love it so muchReview by laxguy99 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I am a middie and this head is the greatest.Review by Lax Bro 55 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
it is very lightweight and is flexible.
the only part that i dont like is its not americanReview by nantucket lacrosse 38 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
This is a really nice head. It's actually really similar to the Rabil2, but in my opinion it's a better version of it. The Burn isn't the lightest head but it's definitely light enough. It has 16 stringing holes per sidewalls so you can pretty much put any pocket into it. The offset is great. It's a bit stiff, which is awesome for attack but it's not great for faceoffs. Overall, a great head for this price. If you want an attack head, I'd buy this. If you're a middie, I'd go with the Lakota.Review by Colt from the MCLA (Posted on 10/25/2016)
After one season of playing with this head, the lest top rail warped a lot more than the right rail. Whenever you give out a poke check, the head almost flexes out of the way.These are the only bad things about this head. I use it for defense and the scoop is awesome for gb's. All in all, I would go with the Rabil II. It is the same head, but with more sidewall struts.Review by Lax man (Posted on 10/25/2016)
ok for attack but sucks for faceoffReview by Nantucket lacrosse 38 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Its a great offensive head and works best with a mid-high pocket. with rough use it can begin to pinch in the middle though( mine hasn't but others on my team have).Review by Kyle (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Warrior stands behind its heads under stress of normal use for six (6) months from the original date of purchase. Warrior will replace all heads unstrung unless the head was purchased strung within the 1st 30 days. Please remove any stringing on the head before sending back the product.
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