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  • Shortened Comfort Grip Throat for improved control
  • Incredible Strength-to-Weight ratio
  • Multi-Hole stringing system
  • Designed to meet all rules and specifications

Ratings & Reviews

Based on 4 Reviews

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great

by - verified purchaser From HOUSTON TX
it is worth it
Pros:
it has great throws and its super stiff unlike the brine money.
Cons:
nothing really

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great

by - verified purchaser From LA, CALIFORNIA
get it its worth it dont spend money on brine
Pros:
everything its really stiff and no balls have gone through the head unlike the brine money and is so easy to throw with.
Cons:
make the pockets just a smigde deeper cuz its a little hard to catch with it

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warps and breaks extremely easily

by - verified purchaser From PERRYSBURG, OHIO
personally i love new gear. this head is wonderful until it breaks after about a month, so i look for them on clearance and on sale and load up! if you can afford to get a new head every few months, or you don't take fast shots, this head is great. if you play a higher level of lacrosse and need something durable, you will hate this more than anything.
Pros:
pretty stiff at first a lot of nice big holes to string a perfect pocket great scoop for clamping and raking in ground balls the throat of the head where your top hand goes is extremely comfortable everything is perfect for the first month or so
Cons:
warps super easily the top "forward facing" sidewall holes crack from shots the sidewall has broken on 2 of mine, and not my sidewall string, the actual head.

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Best non-offset goalie head

by - verified purchaser From CALIFORNIA
The Sentinel is stiffer than STX Eclipse, Brine Eraser or Brine Money and cheaper than them. It's lighter than Warrior Nemesis or Void. I haven't played with Warrior's Nemi Lyte or Void Lyte, those are supposed ot be lighter, but they're also lot more expensive and I don't trust noz heads to last against hard shots. Sentinel also has a lot of strining holes so you can string up a good pocket. Finally, the Sentinel has Gait's "shortened throat" which makes it easy to grip the throat. I think the Sentinel is the best of the non-offset goalie heads, even better than the Eclipse in my opinion, and is very affordable. I only like the Nemesis more than the Sentinel, but the Nemesis is much heavier, which I don't like.
Pros:
Shortened throat, stiff, light, numerous strining holes Warrior Noz goalie heads like Nemesis Lyte and Void Lyte are lighter, but in my experience the noz heads warp very easily in heat.
Cons:
no bottom strining holes, you have to use the last sidewall string to do a bottom string.

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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 4 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

great

by - verified purchaser From HOUSTON TX
it is worth it
Pros:
it has great throws and its super stiff unlike the brine money.
Cons:
nothing really

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great

by - verified purchaser From LA, CALIFORNIA
get it its worth it dont spend money on brine
Pros:
everything its really stiff and no balls have gone through the head unlike the brine money and is so easy to throw with.
Cons:
make the pockets just a smigde deeper cuz its a little hard to catch with it

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warps and breaks extremely easily

by - verified purchaser From PERRYSBURG, OHIO
personally i love new gear. this head is wonderful until it breaks after about a month, so i look for them on clearance and on sale and load up! if you can afford to get a new head every few months, or you don't take fast shots, this head is great. if you play a higher level of lacrosse and need something durable, you will hate this more than anything.
Pros:
pretty stiff at first a lot of nice big holes to string a perfect pocket great scoop for clamping and raking in ground balls the throat of the head where your top hand goes is extremely comfortable everything is perfect for the first month or so
Cons:
warps super easily the top "forward facing" sidewall holes crack from shots the sidewall has broken on 2 of mine, and not my sidewall string, the actual head.

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Best non-offset goalie head

by - verified purchaser From CALIFORNIA
The Sentinel is stiffer than STX Eclipse, Brine Eraser or Brine Money and cheaper than them. It's lighter than Warrior Nemesis or Void. I haven't played with Warrior's Nemi Lyte or Void Lyte, those are supposed ot be lighter, but they're also lot more expensive and I don't trust noz heads to last against hard shots. Sentinel also has a lot of strining holes so you can string up a good pocket. Finally, the Sentinel has Gait's "shortened throat" which makes it easy to grip the throat. I think the Sentinel is the best of the non-offset goalie heads, even better than the Eclipse in my opinion, and is very affordable. I only like the Nemesis more than the Sentinel, but the Nemesis is much heavier, which I don't like.
Pros:
Shortened throat, stiff, light, numerous strining holes Warrior Noz goalie heads like Nemesis Lyte and Void Lyte are lighter, but in my experience the noz heads warp very easily in heat.
Cons:
no bottom strining holes, you have to use the last sidewall string to do a bottom string.

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