The Warrior Blade is arguably the best faceoff head in the game. This head provides a long narrow pocket channel for consistent release and a modified face shape that is perfect for executing the C-clamp technique at the dot. The Bade Pro also has a flared sidewall that provides maximum pinch and ball control especially when battling for possession during the faceoff.
|Weight Without Mesh (oz.)||4.7|
|Weight Without Mesh (gm.)||133|
|A - Mouth Width at Widest Point (in.)||6 5/8|
|B - Pinch at the 5 inch Mark (in.)||3 5/8|
|C - Pinch at the 3 inch Mark (in.)||3 1/8|
|D - Pinch at the 1.25 inch Mark (in.)||2 7/8|
|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||Flared Sidewall: Top rail bends outward for a wider face shape|
|Sidewall Stringing Holes||14|
|Bottom Rail Configuration||Low/Level 1 Bottom Rail|
|Scoop Shape||Flat Scoop|
|Top Wall Stringing Holes||6|
this is a perfect head for any mid fielder or attack man. Its mainly for face off guys but i am an attack man and i love it. it is a very aggressive looking head and fits a wide range of playing styles.Review by Manchine (Posted on 10/25/2016)
good head, great for faceof, and has a really good pinch but it still isnt the blase. It doesnt even has the same sidewall pattern or the flare that the older blades had. Also, in my opinion the shape is a little awkward and it doesnt have any offset. Still though its a great head and you should buy itReview by bo$$ (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Not a head for everybody, but if it's for you, you'l love it.Review by CC (Posted on 10/25/2016)
love this head i play midi and faceoff. i use a traditional pocket and this head is very easy to string one on.Review by Max (Posted on 10/25/2016)
FACE OFF KINGReview by DMG18T (Posted on 10/25/2016)
DURABLE BEYOND BELIEF
USE AS A ALL AROUND HEAD
PERFECT STRINGING EVERY TIME
GREAT LOOK OF ALL LAX HEADS I HAVE TWINS
ITS NOT FOR BEGINNERS
I use this head in all of my games. I purchased it about two months ago and so far it has been great. It is a little stiff but it has softened up a little bit after playing a lot in the sun with it for countless hours. I found the shape of the head a little too wide for me personally, so I pinched it slightly using the boiling method which worked great. It has many sidewall holes for all of you stringing preferences and is the easiest head i ever strung. The sidewall design is great and provides flex right were you need it when taking faceoffs. The stiffness is great for stick checking, and the scoop is a big improvement from all the previous blades making groundballs easy. Overall, this is a great head for all types of midfielders and i recommend it for all levels of play.Review by Sam the Laxer (Posted on 10/25/2016)
This is overall a great head for the all-around midfielder. The flare on the back of the head allows you to get closer to the ball and get a quick clamp-to-a pinch n' pop. This head is also a great midfielder head in general, as it was built to also be an offensive threat as well as a face-off head. The thing is though the Blade Pro off-the-shelf is very stiff and to get more of a flex you would have to boil, steam, bake, whichever you prefer doing. This head also warps just a little to the side after faceoffs, but not so much that it should be a problem. I would also recommend this head to an lsm since it is able to hold its own as a defensive head while also giving the lsm who takes face-offs an advantage. Even though this is overall a truly great head, like many others had said, this is not as good as the og blade, but the next best thingReview by HL30 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
This head is great, I bought mine a few months ago and have been using it sense. I have a traditonal pocket in mine and it fits very well. Countless practices I have used it in have been rainy, cold, and muddy, but it still stands up and performs. Cant wait to buy another.Review by Kuliklaxer (Posted on 10/25/2016)
The only thing wrong is that there is only one colorReview by Zoom (Posted on 10/25/2016)
great head just way to pinched for my taste (i use an evo 4x)Review by RBLAX22 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
at the moment my favorite all around headReview by redstarlaxfan (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I use it for all my faceoffs and I will use it through out my high school career. Has great flex but is still stiff.Review by Buck wild (Posted on 10/25/2016)
Very good strong head. I play middie and I usually face off. I've noticed how the head has bent to the point that I cant fix it. But otherwise it's a great head.Review by Mikey (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I took 56 faceoffs won ALL OF THEM in indoor and plan on it for summer. i now (in spring) play attack and over the last 5 games have led my team in goals and assists with 9 assists and 6 goals. I use stringking mesh and im loving the head. this head is overall great and i will use it throughout highschoolReview by ed (Posted on 10/25/2016)
i use it for faceing off and it broke within 5 months of play , broke very high on lower sidewall so quite unexpected when i normally draw with a clamp or rake.Review by nate7133 (Posted on 10/25/2016)
i use this head almost every day in around 100 degree weather. after practicing with it for a week it got the perfect amount of flex for facing off.Review by Wil (Posted on 10/25/2016)
warps slightly after plungers but easy to bend back. very easy to string with 20 mm ecm mid pocket with 4 rolled shooters great pocket that pops back and shoots very well.
honestly this was the I used and i became dominate at the X but in a span of maybe 6 months I snapped 3 of these heads, if the the material was better the head would be perfectReview by the philosopher (Posted on 10/25/2016)
I have been playing lacrosse for six years now, and the "Warrior Blade Pro" is by far the best faceoff head on the market. I have used many different heads for faceoff. I have used the "STX Deuce", the "Brine Clutch 3X", and the "Nike Lakota U". The difference between the Warrior Blade Pro and all these other heads is that the Blade Pro is equivalent to all the other heads abilities combined. What makes the Blade Pro so special is its ability to be very flexible while staying tight and strong as well. I have used the Blade Pro in at least thirty games so far, and it is almost as strong as the day I bought it. There is no doubt in my mind that I have put it through over 1,000 faceoffs through games and practice. All in all, if you are a faceoff player looking for a great head, the Blade Pro will be a major key to successful faceoffs for you. You will truly see the results just as I have.Review by Lipps (Posted on 10/25/2016)
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