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High Pocket Design

Designed from the ground up for today's evolving style of offensive minded players, The Hawk offers a high-pocket design coveted by the top scorers in the game.



Laid Back Profile

The laid back profile and lowered scoop keeps the ball tucked under the shooting strings when cradling and dodging for maximum, hold while providing an optimal release point and improving ball trajectory vs. conventional offset heads when passing and shooting.



Composite Injected Polymer

The Hawk is constructed with state-of-the-art materials by utilizing an industry first and proprietary composite injected polymer, providing not only optimal strength and durability but maximum energy transfer for improved velocity.



Dual Layer Architecture

Epoch's exclusive dual layer architecture ensures the Hawk remains light and strong (durable) by removing material and weight from non-essential parts and increasing the strength throughout the essential structure.



Flex iQ

We have borrowed the Flex iQ system from our industry leading Dragonfly shaft line-up. We understand that players may prefer a different feel or stiffness based on their playing style or position. By using a proprietary composite polymer, we can increase or decrease the stiffness of The Hawk by altering the materials used in manufacturing. This will allow defensemen to have the same profile and shape head as an offensive player but with the added stiffness they desire.



Trestle Sidewall

The trusted trestle sidewall is a proven design providing increased lateral, torsional and vertical compression resistance and overall stiffness.



Grooved Scoop

Grooved scoop face helps the ball "jump" into pocket when picking up ground balls.



Made In The USA

The Hawk is manufactured with pride in the USA using select hardened steel, single core with side action press mold that utilizes a one minute-plus cycle time.



Warranty

One Year

For Q&A :
In this video Epoch Lacrosse shows you the Hawk Lacrosse head.


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In this video Epoch Lacrosse shows you the Production of the Hawk Head.


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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 12 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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Nice Head

by From ROCHESTER,NY
Very good product from epoch. Completely satisfied!

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Perfection

by From INDINAPOLIS INDIANA
The hawk is a true piece of ingenuity and perfection. The mid high pocket placement is perfect. It is a stiff head when it needs to be and flexible for the ground balls.
Pros:
Stiffness and flexibility combination.
Head shape is great.
Stringing holes are great for all stringers.
Cons:
I wish the came out with a defensive version.

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Amazingly awesome

by From WINONA MINNESOTA
Best head I've ever had and this is all I'll ever want to use again
Pros:
Everything. The flex the flair everything
Cons:
Nothing

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great lacrosse head

by From MILL VALLEY, CA
This head is great for the advanced player. I strongly recommend having it strung by high strung lax or crooked strings lax unless you are a unexperienced stringer. Once it is strung right, there is no going back.
Pros:
stiffness, weight, sidewall, looks
Cons:
Stringing ability

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DakotaDyes

by From SOUTH DAKOTA
I was skeptical of the hype about the Hawk but after stringing one up it has become my #1 player stick, that is, whenever I get to play out of the goal. It's made for the high pocket but that doesn't mean it must have crazy whip. Mine is strung with Heromesh and I can easily transition between my goalie sticks, or hand it to a friend or beginner, and they can throw on target without fighting whip. Yet it has great hold. Slightly stiff, which I like and has the feel of being very durable. Easy scooping and stringing was a breeze.
Pros:
Weight. Strength. Durability. Stringing. Scoop angle. Location of top stringing holes, tapered back so they're protected from wearing out.
Cons:
Nothing. Make one with a slightly tapered width and offset for defense and I'm sold.

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Hawk from a 382 crew view

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The hawk is an awesome head while it has no off set the point is the drop toward the top of the head. This lends to a high pocket very well.
Pros:
design
great stringability
Cons:
maybe a bit stiffer but then again Im a defender

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epoch hawk

by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN
great head well worth the hundred $$$ pick one up today
Pros:
great design, no offset, stringibility, less whip
Cons:
have the head come in different stiffness levels, have a mid pocket design not a high pocket one

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epoch hawk

by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN
great head well worth the $$$ pick one up today
Pros:
great design, no offset, stringibility, less whip
Cons:
have the head come in different stiffness levels, have a mid pocket design not a high pocket one

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A 382 Review

by - verified purchaser From WALLINGFORD PA
Great overall head only ting that needs work is stiffness. Lots of great features and technology. My praise to Epoch Lacrosse on their first head.
Pros:
Nice Design Good Feel Lots of Stringing holes
Cons:
Stiffness: not a defensive or stick check throwing head

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A 382 Review

by - verified purchaser From WALLINGFORD PA
Great overall head only ting that needs work is stiffness. Lots of great features and technology. My praise to Epoch Lacrosse on their first head.
Pros:
Nice Design Good Feel Lots of Stringing holes
Cons:
Stiffness: not a defensive or stick check throwing head

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EPOCH

by - verified purchaser From CHICAGO IL
good head, just feels like Id break it easy
Pros:
Everything! my shop had a strung proto type of this and I would use it over evos and clutches its so nice
Cons:
feels cheap

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Hawk

by - verified purchaser From SAN CLEMENTE, CA
Horible head. No offset and looks bad
Pros:
I like the name and how it flexes on faceoffs
Cons:
Has zero offset Copy of blade pro and this head is very poor

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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 12 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

|

Nice Head

by From ROCHESTER,NY
Very good product from epoch. Completely satisfied!

Was this review helpful?

|

Perfection

by From INDINAPOLIS INDIANA
The hawk is a true piece of ingenuity and perfection. The mid high pocket placement is perfect. It is a stiff head when it needs to be and flexible for the ground balls.
Pros:
Stiffness and flexibility combination.
Head shape is great.
Stringing holes are great for all stringers.
Cons:
I wish the came out with a defensive version.

Was this review helpful?

|

Amazingly awesome

by From WINONA MINNESOTA
Best head I've ever had and this is all I'll ever want to use again
Pros:
Everything. The flex the flair everything
Cons:
Nothing

Was this review helpful?

|

great lacrosse head

by From MILL VALLEY, CA
This head is great for the advanced player. I strongly recommend having it strung by high strung lax or crooked strings lax unless you are a unexperienced stringer. Once it is strung right, there is no going back.
Pros:
stiffness, weight, sidewall, looks
Cons:
Stringing ability

Was this review helpful?

|

DakotaDyes

by From SOUTH DAKOTA
I was skeptical of the hype about the Hawk but after stringing one up it has become my #1 player stick, that is, whenever I get to play out of the goal. It's made for the high pocket but that doesn't mean it must have crazy whip. Mine is strung with Heromesh and I can easily transition between my goalie sticks, or hand it to a friend or beginner, and they can throw on target without fighting whip. Yet it has great hold. Slightly stiff, which I like and has the feel of being very durable. Easy scooping and stringing was a breeze.
Pros:
Weight. Strength. Durability. Stringing. Scoop angle. Location of top stringing holes, tapered back so they're protected from wearing out.
Cons:
Nothing. Make one with a slightly tapered width and offset for defense and I'm sold.

Was this review helpful?

|

Hawk from a 382 crew view

by
The hawk is an awesome head while it has no off set the point is the drop toward the top of the head. This lends to a high pocket very well.
Pros:
design
great stringability
Cons:
maybe a bit stiffer but then again Im a defender

Was this review helpful?

epoch hawk

by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN
great head well worth the hundred $$$ pick one up today
Pros:
great design, no offset, stringibility, less whip
Cons:
have the head come in different stiffness levels, have a mid pocket design not a high pocket one

Was this review helpful?

epoch hawk

by - verified purchaser From GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN
great head well worth the $$$ pick one up today
Pros:
great design, no offset, stringibility, less whip
Cons:
have the head come in different stiffness levels, have a mid pocket design not a high pocket one

Was this review helpful?

A 382 Review

by - verified purchaser From WALLINGFORD PA
Great overall head only ting that needs work is stiffness. Lots of great features and technology. My praise to Epoch Lacrosse on their first head.
Pros:
Nice Design Good Feel Lots of Stringing holes
Cons:
Stiffness: not a defensive or stick check throwing head

Was this review helpful?

A 382 Review

by - verified purchaser From WALLINGFORD PA
Great overall head only ting that needs work is stiffness. Lots of great features and technology. My praise to Epoch Lacrosse on their first head.
Pros:
Nice Design Good Feel Lots of Stringing holes
Cons:
Stiffness: not a defensive or stick check throwing head

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EPOCH

by - verified purchaser From CHICAGO IL
good head, just feels like Id break it easy
Pros:
Everything! my shop had a strung proto type of this and I would use it over evos and clutches its so nice
Cons:
feels cheap

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Hawk

by - verified purchaser From SAN CLEMENTE, CA
Horible head. No offset and looks bad
Pros:
I like the name and how it flexes on faceoffs
Cons:
Has zero offset Copy of blade pro and this head is very poor

Was this review helpful?