The timeless design of the warrior evolution head has been updated from the original and it represents the best of the past, present and future for lacrosse.
The evolution 2.0 is everything you loved about the original evolution but has evolved. If it stayed the same then warrior would not be able to call it the Evolution.
|Weight Without Mesh (oz.)||4.6|
|Weight Without Mesh (gm.)||130|
|A - Mouth Width at Widest Point (in.)||6 5/8|
|B - Pinch at the 5 inch Mark (in.)||5|
|C - Pinch at the 3 inch Mark (in.)||3|
|D - Pinch at the 1.25 inch Mark (in.)||2 1/2|
|E - Throat Length (in.)||2 1/4|
|F - Offset||Truoffset™/ Maximum Offset allows for super deep pockets and complete ball control.|
|Plastic Technology||Open sidewall design makes this head extremly lightweight|
|Sidewall Stringing Holes||10|
|Bottom Rail Configuration||Mid/Level 3 Bottom Rail|
|Scoop Shape||Warrior Ez Scoop/ Rounded Scoop|
|Top Wall Stringing Holes||8|
I WAS ABLE TO FIND THIS HEAD FOR REAL CHEAP, AND ITS ACTUALLY NOT A BAD HEAD. FACE SHAPE IS A BIT DIFFERENT, BUT NOTHING THAT SHOULD AFFECT YOUR GAMEPLAY. DOESN'T HAVE A LOT OF SIDEWALL HOLES, SO WHEN I STRUNG THE HEAD I ENDED UP NEEDING ALL OF THE HOLES TO STRING A GOOD POCKET, BUT OTHER THAN THAT THE HEAD IS GREAT.Review by Patrick (Posted on 4/1/2017)
I got my second evolution 2 in about June. My first one last a year until the throat cracked. I love the head and won't be using anything different as long as they are available. I play attack, it has a decent shot. It could have a less gradual and more abrupt pinch and flare. Its scoop really makes it easy to get ground balls. I wish it would last more than a year for me, but in reality i use it way too much for it to last that long. Good thing it is at a great price!Review by Dirty Dan (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Good head, needs to be strung good for exceptional use.Review by Bouchard (Posted on 10/25/2016)
This head was another good offering from the evo/revo line. I am an owner of the evo pro, evo pro 2.0, evo 2.0, and the revo pro. In my most recent tourney I used this as my gamer. I used it with a pita pocket trad. It provided for great ball feel, and good accuracy. After the tourney, I compared it with my other evo 2.0 and I realized it had pinced a little. Sometimes it got a little inaccurate because it is so wide but otherwise, with a good channel it is a great value and good overall time.Review by Jones (Posted on 10/25/2016)
really nice head for a good price. Very versatile and reliable. Have had no problems and no regretsReview by Chris The Panther (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I used the Evolution 2.0 for a season and overall I have to say that this is a pretty good head. Whether you're a beginner just picking up the game or a player with several years of experience under his belt, this is a good head. This head is really light at 4.5 ounces but is still really tough and stiff. I used this head on attack and several teammates used it on midfield but none of them broke and I still have mine today. It never warped or cracked even though I used this head in every game and practice for an entire season. This is a good head for experienced attackmen or midfielders because it is very light and has a very narrow throat that is perfect for a low or mid-low pocket but also works well with a mid pocket and provides great hold. It is also a good head for beginners because the top of the head is wide enough to make learning to catch easy. I personally wasn't that fond of this head because it is harder to get a high pocket with it but that's just personal preference. I still liked the weight and it worked well enough with a mid pocket. The only problems that I have with this head is that it doesn't work well with a high pocket because it will always bag down low, it can become illegal because the ball can get stuck at the throat, this can be fixed by either tightening the bottom string or stretching it with a baseball, and it only has 10 sidewall holes, although this isn't that big of a problem. Overall, I still really like how this head performed and would recommend it to anyone learning to play the game or an experienced player that likes a mid or low pocket and a light head that doesn't compromise durability.Review by jmanru94 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Head is great for the price but pinches ver easily. love the face shape thoughReview by Bryan (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I picked this up just to mess around with and heard it was a good head so I picked it up and hooked it up with some bury mesh-the best mesh. It threw great and everything but just one thing was wrong. THE SHAPE it makes me cry, I HONESTLY DON'T KNOW HOW ANYONE CAN DEAL WITH IT. It basically flares the whole way up the head, I eventually got so sick off it I gave it to this kid I know who Knows nothing about the LAX LIFESTYLE. I even did a sick dye on it, but I still couldn't stand it.Review by TheLaxBeast (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.
Proof of purchase is required for each return. Proof of purchase can be a receipt, cancelled check, credit card or bank statement, or anything else that clearly indicates the date of purchase. In addition, the purchase must be made through an authorized Warrior dealer.
Warrior Sports will replace the product with the exact product that is defective. If the product is no longer available, Warrior will replace with a different color or upgrade you free of charge if Warrior no longer carries that item.
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