STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head

  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head

  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head

STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head

Item #: stx-ld-HD-X10X

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Our Price $49.99

STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head

  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head

  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head
  • STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head


The STX X10 U is modeled after the Xcaliber which is one of the best defensive heads in the game at the youth level. The classic trestle sidewall provides extra stiffness and durability for solid checks and ground ball play. This head is designed for elite defensemen and long-stick middies who want to dominate the game.

Legality Universal
Recommended Position Defense
Weight Without Mesh (oz.) 5.4
Weight Without Mesh (gm.) 153
A - Mouth Width/Widest Point (in.) 7
B - Pinch at the 5 inch Mark (in.) 4 7/8
C - Pinch at the 3 inch Mark (in.) 3 1/2
D - Pinch at the 1.25 inch Mark (in.) 3 1/8
E - Throat Length (in.) 2 1/4
F - Offset Minimum Offset = Technology that slightly lowers the head below the center plane of the shaft.
Plastic Technology C-Channel Technology: Increases strength by distributing stress smoothly and evenly along the bottom rail.
Sidewall Stringing Holes 13
Bottom Rail Configuration High/Level 5 Bottom Rail
Scoop Shape Flat Scoop
Top Wall Stringing Holes 4
STX X10 U Unstrung Lacrosse Head

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Customer Reviews


I really enjoy the X10, and now have it on my backup stick. It's a strong head for a defender, and really withstands any beatings. It does bend and warp eventually, but that takes a while. If you're looking for a D head, go for it.

Review by Pelle (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Great buy

I love this head, it scoops up ground balls like a dream and it strings very easily

Review by Alex (Posted on 10/25/2016)
really good d head

really good head for d.Has really good sidewall design, and is one of the easiest heads to string. If you play d this is the head for you

Review by bo$$ (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Best D Head So far

My favorite Defensive head I have used so far. I would definitely recommend this head for any beginner to advanced player.

Review by Falesy (Posted on 10/25/2016)
My favorite head

This is by far my favorite head in the game right now. I play travel and high school lacrosse as a defenseman and I prefer a wide head when I play. The ground balls with this head are also amazing. The only downside to this head is that it snaps very easily. I have broken three in the past year, so now I am going to try the Hammer U.

Review by J Buck (Posted on 10/25/2016)

Strings up nicely. A little wide compared to what I am used to, but that is what you want out of a defensive head. No complaints. I'd go for it.

Review by TooDefensive (Posted on 10/25/2016)
depends on the player

good tough defensive head. only problem is if your a kid that likes to carry the ball and get a bit fancy with your stick work iut can be hard to find the perfect pocket/pattern. other then that it keeps it's shape and stays still. also good for gb's

Review by lsm boi (Posted on 10/25/2016)
The toughest head in the sport

The best defence head i have ever used also works for attack one best of a head

Review by Cade (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Quick out of the gate, but can't last

I've had three of them, broken one. This is the head I swear by for a defender, great face shape and offset.
Only thing I would be aware of, is that poke checks cause it to become flimsy quickly. I don't throw many pokes. If you do, look into something with Titanium reinforcement.

Review by Snake Anderson (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Best D head out there

The best defensive head out there. I have had this head for about a year and a half and i am still using it today. There is a few dings in it but its still good.

Review by LSM (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Great overall head

This head is great i have owned one and still have the same one.I have had it two years and its still fine.

Review by Duuuuuhmar (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Best defensive head out there

All around perfect defensive head

Review by Long poled Middie (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Great Defensive Head

Great head, one of the best defensive heads that I have ever used. The only down side is the thin side walls that can break (the thin rails that up and down the sidewall). The head works well and can be strung in almost any possible way. I have used it strung with mesh with all straight shooters, all U's, a U and straight and also traditional stringing. Works well with handling and carrying the ball. Overall its a great head and defiantly the best in the game.

Review by WildcatLax (Posted on 10/25/2016)
It's Alright

I broke one of my heads at a tournament and had to buy this head. It started alright but warped with one poke check a week after at practice. I sincerely doubt that this is the best defensive head to buy.

Review by Klaff (Posted on 10/25/2016)

over hyped. practically useless. break easily and warp quick. also after a short time they become super soft

Review by always right (Posted on 10/25/2016)
BWarps and snaps too easy.

Everyone over hypes the x10, I love the x10 but it's just not durable enough to be used competitivly. I've had 3 x10's in my career and all have broken not even a month after i start using them. They warp far to easily no matter how carefully you treat them the sidewalls will start to warp and eventually on one of your ever importent poke checks it will just snap.

Review by Andy (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Little Dissapointed

I bought the X10 from LaxMonkey less than 8 months ago; would play maybe once a week for about 4 of those months. I babied this head; keeping it out of the garage & in a normal & warm climate. I never played in less than 40 degree temps and today it broke in THREE PLACES on the sidewall (right side, nearest the shaft, the 1st & 2nd post on the sidewall and top part of the head at the 3rd sidewall support).

I thought is was a strong & durable design prior to today; I am an aggressive player but didn't expect only a solid 4 months outta this head. Disappointed in the product...

Review by Hads (Posted on 10/25/2016)
don't buy in black/ but a good head

i got mine in black and quickly learned is lost stiffness quickly if black. Good head overall. I recommend buying it in white

Review by Luke (Posted on 10/25/2016)
very over rated

Used this head for one seeing of high school Uv play and practice and could not be happier. But now in travel season it has lost all of its stiffness

Review by jerry (Posted on 10/25/2016)
STX X-10

I love this head it's light and also very tough great head would totally reccomendd to anyone.

Review by That One Pro (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Good Head but Breaks Easily

This head is great for a defenseman that doesn't throw many poke checks. I have used it for the last month and I like it a lot but after throwing three poke checks its sidewall broke. I believe I could get a better quality head elsewhere in the Hammer or Proto U.

Review by Perry (Posted on 10/25/2016)
okay head

I have used this head for the last year on my D-pole and it is a nice sturdy head. My only complaint is it is a little bulky.

side note: I live in oregon and during lacrosse season its always raining.

Review by jeremy (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Depends on the player

I've both played with and seen a lot of people play with this head. I play close D myself, and I've found that this head isnt for throwing poke checks. The x10 will warp within a few solid pokes. However, it is a great head for LSM's that pick off passes and throw more slap-based takeaway checks. I've also seen a few middies and even some attackman use this head. The bottom line is you have to know your playing style. If you throw a lot of pokes, this isn't the head for you.

Review by The StickyFinger Bandit (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I like it but bends easily

It's a good head overall but if you like to throw checks it will warp. I haven't had a problem with the warping, I've gotten used to it and it still hasn't broken .

Review by Lazer (Posted on 10/25/2016)
dope lsm head

i pinch x10s and its the perfect lsm head, or a great wide atk/mid head too!

Review by Deniz (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Decent Head

Great head. i would recommend it to the grades 3 through 8 skill level.

Review by Surgeon500 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Best LSM Head

If your a defensive LP looking for a very stiff and strong defensive head I would recommend upgrading to the hammer. The x10 is an amazing LSM head, it is versatile between being a defensive & offensive head, it passes & shoots amazing, it is quite stiff and last long. Get this head while it last LSM's!!!!

Review by LSM (Posted on 10/25/2016)

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