SportStop.com video of Warrior Blade OG Lacrosse Head
In this video Trice with SportStop.com briefly explains the details of Warriors Blade OG Lacrosse Head and its iconic, retro styling .
Transcript of the video:
Whats going on every body? This is Trice with SportStop.com, and today we are going to take a look at the Warrior Blade OG limited edition lacrosse head. When this was first introduced in 2001, it quickly became a force to be reckoned with on middies and face off positions alike, and we are going to take a quick look at some of the details as to why it was so popular. Let's take just a second to look at some of the details on the Warrior Blade OG limited edition lacrosse head. When reintroducing this head all the way back from 2001, they really stayed true to their roots. They kept its super flared face shape, classic side wall pattern, and even retained the minimal side wall stringing holes just to keep that classic look. They even went as far as to maintain the original production materials for this head. Let's get this guy weighed up and take a look at some of the details. The Blade OG comes in at six ounces. Its a very sturdy head, again great for middies and really iconic for your face off positions. We're going to take a walk around now. There's your Warrior logo right on the throat. Big cut outs, big cut outs. I like the ball stop, nice and simple. Again, they kept it just like from 2001. They didn't change anything. Four top stringing holes here. Really nice and clean and simple. Just an all around really strong, really iconic middie and face off head. If you have any questions, don't forget to check this out at SportStop.com.