SportStop.com video of STX Super Power Plus + Special Colored Lacrosse Head
In this video Trice with SportStop.com goes over the finer details of the Super Power + Lacrosse Head, featuring ACP technology.
Transcript of the video:
Hey guys. This is Trice with SportStop.com and today we're bringing you the STX Super Power Plus Lacrosse head. STX really focused on the offensive specialist and the goal score when redesigning the Super Power back from 2010, and finally introduced both of their core technologies, the C-channel and the ACP into one head. Let's go ahead and get down into the details. All right, guys, so right off the bat I'm going to give you a side-by-side on the Super Power and the Super Power Plus. You're going to notice that the string holes have been changed. Going from this round hole pattern to a slanted rectangle design. Moving up the side wall you're going from three large string holes on the Super Power to four large string holes on the Super Power Plus, increasing your stringing options. Then we're looking at the scoop, you got the same scallop scoop coming from STX. Other than that we're going to get down to the nitty gritty on this Super Power Plus. As I come in close, you'll see the C-channel. That's this right down the side wall here. That's going to reduce the weight of this head while keeping its strength and rigidity, and retaining its wear and tear. The scallop scoop design, known only to STX, this nice little inlay here that you can see. As we come around to the other side you're going to remember this iconic solo brace. Get really close, you'll see the Super Power Plus logo right on the side of the head. Coming down to the throat, notice ACP here. That's all climate performance. That stands for the material that they're using when producing this head which is going to allow it to keep its strength, its rigidity, and not gain or lose any flex, regardless of the heat or cold that you're playing in. The island ball stop, again known only to STX, where they've shaven out this side wall here, and put in the ball stop up on a pedestal to increase your ground game while reducing weight. Again they've added a nice touch with the STX logo on the other side. When I flip it over, you'll notice that they've added two screw holes for mounting to the shaft, aiding in strength. Nice texture highlights throughout the head. They've added those all down the side walls, on the under side of the top of the scoop. Other than that, let's get these weighed up compared to the original Super Power. The Super Power Plus is going to come in lighter than the Super Power, but the Super Power itself weighs 4.9 ounces and the Super Power Plus with the redesign comes in at 4.6. That makes this STX's lightest head available. It's also great to know its a U-spec head only, so it's available for NCAA and NFHS. If you're a fan of their original Super Power, don't be nervous to give this one a shot, because SportStop.com is the only place where you have the availability of a 15 day buy and try program. If you don't like it, we'll take it back. Other than that, got any questions, check it out an SportStop.com