STX Hammer 500 Lacrosse Head | SportStop



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  • New Speed Scoop design reduces drag for quicker and easier ground ball pickup
  • Iconic Hammer three-sidewall brace design has been refined to deliver more stiff�ness and improved durability for the defensive player
  • C-Channel technology distributes stress and impact on the sidewall
  • Meets NCAA & NFHS rules

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In this video the Trice from SportStop.com goes over the STX Hammer 500 Lacrosse Head.

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In this video the Trice from SportStop.com compares the STX Hammer and the STX Hammer 500 Lacrosse Heads.

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In this video the guys over at STX explain their Hammer 500 Lacrosse Head.

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Ratings & Reviews

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Good So Far

by From SOUTHERN WISCONSIN
I bought this head for my son who is a huge fan of Tucker Durkin. It strung up nice with a high pocket. My son doesn't like a lot of whip, which limits him to mid pockets on his triumph, but was able to do the high pocket on the Hammer 500 with similar whip. The speed scoop is nice and protects the top strings from rub and wear damage.

He still prefers the flatter scoop of the triumph, but this head is probably a little stiffer.

He used it in three very hot summer tournaments with no issues on warping (he warped two Tank's in three tournaments last summer).
Pros:
speed scoop
stiffness
slightly more pinching versus triumph or original hammer
Cons:
flatten the scoop even more like Brine Edge and Triumph.

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Not durable

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The head broke during the first game of use by my 12 year old.
Pros:
speed scoop
Cons:
Durability

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Ratings & Reviews

3
4 stars
0% 0 reviews
3 stars
0% 0 reviews
2 stars
0% 0 reviews
Based on 2 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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Good So Far

by From SOUTHERN WISCONSIN
I bought this head for my son who is a huge fan of Tucker Durkin. It strung up nice with a high pocket. My son doesn't like a lot of whip, which limits him to mid pockets on his triumph, but was able to do the high pocket on the Hammer 500 with similar whip. The speed scoop is nice and protects the top strings from rub and wear damage.

He still prefers the flatter scoop of the triumph, but this head is probably a little stiffer.

He used it in three very hot summer tournaments with no issues on warping (he warped two Tank's in three tournaments last summer).
Pros:
speed scoop
stiffness
slightly more pinching versus triumph or original hammer
Cons:
flatten the scoop even more like Brine Edge and Triumph.

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Not durable

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The head broke during the first game of use by my 12 year old.
Pros:
speed scoop
Cons:
Durability

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