Gait Torque 3 Special Colored Lacrosse Head | SportStop



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FEATURES:

  • Designed to meet new 2010 NCAA and NFHS specifications
  • Inside Stringing Tabs with inverted V shape provides the narrowest allowable pocket for NCAA play

  • Drop-V Scoop channels the pocket allowing for improved accuracy and quicker release pint
  • Multi Hole Stringing System allows for multiple stringing patterns
  • Inside Control Tabs improve ball retention during cradling

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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 10 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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Reliable

by From EASTON, PA
Reliable head. Very accurate. Great head for intermediate working on shooting and feeding. Pinch is great for middle and attack. It keeps the ball in. Refs thought my setup was illegal but the head just is that good keeping the ball from poking out.
Pros:
Accurate.
Reliable.
Great cradler.
Bend, not break build.
Cons:
Finish had some scuffs.
Stringing holes are atypical in layout.

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Great Head

by From COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
Its a great head for a middies or a LSM. great for getting ground balls. Great for mid high pocket.
Pros:
Good flex, but still stiff enough to play defense.
Cons:
Color options

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Love the Torque!

by From CINCINNATI OH
I've always been a fan of the Gait Torque. Tried and true.
Pros:
Very light. The stick creates a natural channel. Great for box or field.
Cons:
The red color was a little faded in color and not a true deep red. Looks great though.

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Best Head For the Money

by From DENVER, NC
I have been using Gait Torque heads for years as do many of my HS and MS players. Great Mid and Attack head. They have a lot of stringing holes, narrow scoop and they are great for ground balls. Especially on natural turf. You can get 4 for the price of other name brand heads. This is the head 2 of my FOGO's use as well.
Pros:
There isn't anything I don't like about the head.
Cons:
Can't think of anything

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Great head

by From DELAWARE, OHIO
This head was great. It had a very nice pointed scoop, but the head was pretty flexible so it was still easy to pick up ground balls. I had problems stringing it because of the flared sidewall got in the way and the sidewall holes were big but maybe no big. This head would be great for traditionals! Overall this head preformed great and it was easy to get used too.And there was great fast shipping.
Pros:
I liked the pointed scoop a lot. Other good things were that its flexible and easy to pick up ground balls. It was also x-spec and I like that.
Cons:
The flared sidewall got in the way a little bit when stringing, that wasnt a huge problems. The sidewall and bottom string holes were big so the knots would slip through, only if they were smaller.

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Torque 3 review

by From PENACOOK NH
In my opinion the best head ever made. A great, well shaped head that can be used by any player.
Pros:
The v scoop is one of the biggest selling points.
Super light weight.
Lots of string wholes.
Inexpensive.
Cons:
It can get a little brittle on the top sides of the head. I've broken 4 in the exact same place. I don't know if that's where the plastic mold ended or something but I get at least 2 seasons out of them and if they break I can just get another one for almost a third of the price of another head.

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Torque 3

by - verified purchaser From MICHIGAN
Broke after 2 weeks but it was being used in a super cold tournament
Pros:
Great head
Cons:
More sturdy

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Gait Torque 3

by - verified purchaser From ELK RIVER MN
Tons of holes for stringing options
Pros:
Great head for Box lax
Cons:
Nothing

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gait torque 3

by - verified purchaser From PLEASANT VIEW, UTAH
never owned one
Pros:
i like the v scoop and the sidewall stringing options. its a great strong head.
Cons:
maybe could be a little stiffer

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gait torque 3

by - verified purchaser From PLEASANT VIEW, UTAH
never owned one
Pros:
i like the v scoop and the sidewall stringing options. its a great strong head.
Cons:
maybe could be a little stiffer

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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 10 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

|

Reliable

by From EASTON, PA
Reliable head. Very accurate. Great head for intermediate working on shooting and feeding. Pinch is great for middle and attack. It keeps the ball in. Refs thought my setup was illegal but the head just is that good keeping the ball from poking out.
Pros:
Accurate.
Reliable.
Great cradler.
Bend, not break build.
Cons:
Finish had some scuffs.
Stringing holes are atypical in layout.

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|

Great Head

by From COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
Its a great head for a middies or a LSM. great for getting ground balls. Great for mid high pocket.
Pros:
Good flex, but still stiff enough to play defense.
Cons:
Color options

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|

Love the Torque!

by From CINCINNATI OH
I've always been a fan of the Gait Torque. Tried and true.
Pros:
Very light. The stick creates a natural channel. Great for box or field.
Cons:
The red color was a little faded in color and not a true deep red. Looks great though.

Was this review helpful?

|

Best Head For the Money

by From DENVER, NC
I have been using Gait Torque heads for years as do many of my HS and MS players. Great Mid and Attack head. They have a lot of stringing holes, narrow scoop and they are great for ground balls. Especially on natural turf. You can get 4 for the price of other name brand heads. This is the head 2 of my FOGO's use as well.
Pros:
There isn't anything I don't like about the head.
Cons:
Can't think of anything

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|

Great head

by From DELAWARE, OHIO
This head was great. It had a very nice pointed scoop, but the head was pretty flexible so it was still easy to pick up ground balls. I had problems stringing it because of the flared sidewall got in the way and the sidewall holes were big but maybe no big. This head would be great for traditionals! Overall this head preformed great and it was easy to get used too.And there was great fast shipping.
Pros:
I liked the pointed scoop a lot. Other good things were that its flexible and easy to pick up ground balls. It was also x-spec and I like that.
Cons:
The flared sidewall got in the way a little bit when stringing, that wasnt a huge problems. The sidewall and bottom string holes were big so the knots would slip through, only if they were smaller.

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|

Torque 3 review

by From PENACOOK NH
In my opinion the best head ever made. A great, well shaped head that can be used by any player.
Pros:
The v scoop is one of the biggest selling points.
Super light weight.
Lots of string wholes.
Inexpensive.
Cons:
It can get a little brittle on the top sides of the head. I've broken 4 in the exact same place. I don't know if that's where the plastic mold ended or something but I get at least 2 seasons out of them and if they break I can just get another one for almost a third of the price of another head.

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Torque 3

by - verified purchaser From MICHIGAN
Broke after 2 weeks but it was being used in a super cold tournament
Pros:
Great head
Cons:
More sturdy

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Gait Torque 3

by - verified purchaser From ELK RIVER MN
Tons of holes for stringing options
Pros:
Great head for Box lax
Cons:
Nothing

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gait torque 3

by - verified purchaser From PLEASANT VIEW, UTAH
never owned one
Pros:
i like the v scoop and the sidewall stringing options. its a great strong head.
Cons:
maybe could be a little stiffer

Was this review helpful?

gait torque 3

by - verified purchaser From PLEASANT VIEW, UTAH
never owned one
Pros:
i like the v scoop and the sidewall stringing options. its a great strong head.
Cons:
maybe could be a little stiffer

Was this review helpful?