The timeless design of the warrior evolution head has been updated from the original as it represents the best of the past, present and future for lacrosse. The evolution X is everything you loved about the original evolution but also has evolved to be legal for college play.
If it stayed the same, then Warrior would not be able to call it the Evolution. The Evo X comes highly recommended for midfielder due to its flared sidewalls and narrow throat that provide superior ball control. It’s also unique for its contoured scoop that make picking up ground balls effortless.
|Weight Without Mesh (oz.)||4.9|
|Weight Without Mesh (gm.)||139|
|A - Mouth Width/Widest Point (in.)||6 3/4|
|B - Pinch at the 5 inch Mark (in.)||5|
|C - Pinch at the 3 inch Mark (in.)||3 1/2|
|D - Pinch at the 1.25 inch Mark (in.)||3 1/4|
|E - Throat Length (in.)||2 1/2|
|F - Offset||Maximum Offset|
|Plastic Technology||Flared Sidewall: Top rail bends outward for a wider face shape.|
|Sidewall Stringing Holes||10|
|Bottom Rail Configuration||Mid/Level 3 Bottom Rail|
|Scoop Shape||Rounded Scoop|
|Top Wall Stringing Holes||8|
String it with a low pocket and a nice channel and you will love it foreverReview by Go Pro Guy (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Love this head , currently on my game stick it's just perfect not to flexy which i like , i find it's a little more on the stiff side which is really nice on gbsReview by CBC13 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Whenever i practice lax, i play with this head. It's an especially tough head. There isn't too much flex, which I like, and is really stiff. I strung it with a low pocket and i can pass and shoot like a dream. If you string it right, cradling is easy. No improvements come to mind. Great buy.Review by Windy City Laxer (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Great for stick handling, passing nevertheless, shot is not always accurateReview by Evan (Posted on 10/25/2016)
hiReview by dingle hut (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I use this head for lacrosseReview by Hankey Panky Superstar (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I am a varsity high school attackman. I have used the evo x (and a backup evo x) for 4 years. I have bought many many many other heads but I always come back to the evo. It has a great face shape for catching, and the pinch near the throat will naturally warp (it narrows) and this gives it the perfect width for carrying.Review by Stu (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I am an advanced stringer and the evo still gives me headaches because of it having so few sidewall holes. BUT, If you buy this there are plenty of patterns online (with video tutorials) ranging from simple to complex and low whip to high whip.
I highly reccomend this head.
Best head ive ever hadReview by JB (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.
Please fill out Warrior's return request form to obtain a Return Authorization Number at http://www.warrior.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-warrior_us-Site/default/CustomerService-Warranty?cid=lacrosse.
Please call Warrior Customer Service at 800-968-7845 for assistance.
For more information please visit http://www.warrior.com/USA-Lacrosse-Returns/returns-warranty-usa-lacrosse,default,pg.html.