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STX Bionic Lacrosse Head

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Manufacturer Description

Engineered for the movice player ready to take his game to the next level.

  • Wide scoop for maximum catching area and ground ball play
  • Patented "keyhole" silhouette provides improved ball retention and control
  • Super-stiff sidewall construction for competitive play
  • 2" high sidewall for maximum pocket depth and ball retention

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fricken awesome

Things I Liked:

I love how the sidewalls are so pinched because it lets you have beter controll over it...

Things to Improve:

nothin much...

Full Review:

I love it..

p town - boston,ma - 7/10/2009

I have used it my whole lacrosse

Things I Liked:

i am a defender and it is a hard and strong head

Things to Improve:

nothing

Full Review:

it kicks butt

Trent S. - Coronado - 10/14/2009

Excellent for the money

Things I Liked:

Stiif, fairly light, decent pinch, great offset if you like that
I've got it on a short stick but I could see it working great on a pole

Things to Improve:

sidewall holes are too small but theres enough for pocket variation

Full Review:

Best all around of the cheap heads from the major brands(the mojo, motive and bionic)

Dustin L - syracuse - 11/12/2009

good pich heavy

Things I Liked:

Its very pinched

Things to Improve:

weight

Full Review:

good beginer head

hoko - michigan - 4/22/2010

Bionic

Things I Liked:

Pinched, pretty light, strong, nice offset, decent amount of sidewall holes

Things to Improve:

Weight, but thats pretty much it

Full Review:

Great head anybody. Kicks butt

Eric - ohio - 7/7/2010

Bionic

Things I Liked:

Stiff pinched price

Things to Improve:

nothing

Full Review:

Great head. It is not as heavy as people say it is. I have this on my D-pole and might get one for my attack stick. Love it!

bubba gump - cleveland, ohio - 1/10/2011

GReat head

Things I Liked:

How it was pinched. It lets go smoothly.

Things to Improve:

Weight.

Full Review:

Max pinch makes for faster ad quicker shots and smooth psses without using alot of strength to let the ball fly. Fully recommenned

Wilbo chilbo - Pacific Ocean - 3/27/2011

GReat head

Things I Liked:

How it was pinched. It lets go smoothly.

Things to Improve:

Weight.

Full Review:

Max pinch makes for faster ad quicker shots and smooth psses without using alot of strength to let the ball fly. Fully recommenned

Wilbo chilbo - Pacific Ocean - 3/27/2011

MUST for starters

Things I Liked:

Very durable. This is like a vacuum when it comes to ground balls if you have it strung right.

Things to Improve:

WEIGHT. This think comes in at a whopping 6.8 oz, the second heaviest stick out in the market. But weight is good for beginners because after a season or so and you get a new stick and a lighter head, it will be a lot easier to land poke checks because of how light your new head feels compared to this.

Full Review:

Good head, just the weight cost a couple goals because i couldn't swing the thing around in time. Defense only, i dont know why middies use this but i have seen them.

PLY LAX - Michigan - 5/3/2011

Good Head

Things I Liked:

Good pinch, durable, heavy, good scoop

Things to Improve:

nothing really

Full Review:

Best beginner head out there. It helps for when you upgrade to a lighter stick, you will do alot better because you are used to a heavy stick, giving you faster shots. A MUST FOR BEGINNERS!

Matt - Pennsylvania - 6/16/2011

Bionic Head

Things I Liked:

Stiffness, price, durability, almost NCAA legal

Things to Improve:

Really wide, not many stringing holes

Full Review:

This head is really stiff in the sidewalls, but has just enough flex in the scoop to be good for ground balls. That being said, it is really, really wide. It nearly follows the NCAA measurements through the throat (only failing the lowest one by a quarter to an eighth of an inch), and then is 7 inches at it's widest point in the scoop, rather than the 6.5 required. As such, I do not recommend it for anything except a Defender, SSDM, or LSM. It's not good for facing off, and it's not anything that you want for an attack head. There are not many stringing holes on the head, which makes stringing mesh in it rather difficult. You will have to try more than once to get the pocket you like in it. Don't trust factory stringing: every one of these heads I've seen factory strung is awful. I used it for a fall season as my main head, playing SSDM, but I didn't find that I liked it, and switched to the profile head and also switched to LSM. This is an NFHS only head, so don't expect to use it in college. Not that you'd want to. There simply are better heads out there, you might just have to pay a little more. Trust me, it's worth the money. If you are looking for a high school defensive head that's also good for transition, try the STX profile. I did, and it made a world of difference. The star system is broken, but I give it 3 stars, assuming that you use it for what it is designed for.

Sioux Lacrosse - Grand Forks, ND - 3/27/2013

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