Stx lacrosse heads DO fit on brine shafts.
The best for just about everything are Maverik, STX, Warrior, and Brine. I personally thing that the best heads are Brine and STX. Gloves go with anything above $120. For shafts Warrior and Brine make some pretty sick shafts
I am pretty sure it does because brine heads fit on warrior shafts, so they should be the same size
Almost all lacrosse heads are compatible with other shafts, so that you can mix and match them.
sure y not
any mens head can fit on any mens shaft. i put warrior, brine and gait heads on STX and harrow shafts all the time. the only thing that is different between different brands is where the screw hole is located but alot of people just tape their heads on their shafts anyway. i however are one of those people who like to screw their heads on their shafts but i have found that i can drill a new hole myself by using a 1/8 drill bit. it makes the perfect sized hole for the screw. please add me to your saved sellers on ebay, ihave awesome deals on the top lacrosse gear
Yes. In fact, any head can go on any shaft.
yes they do but usually you need to drill a new hole
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it will fit on shafts make sure the shaft is mens and it's a little harder to put on a crank shaft. if this is a real problem take it to the nearest lacrosse store and ask them why and if i burned out of shape go to where you bought it and see if you have a warranty (most heads do)
Yes, all heads fit on all shafts, unless you have a Gait with a 10 degree offset head in which case only the TOS heads work on those
Warrior Spyne X, the new Brine Edge, Maverik Juice, Reeboks 9k and 6k, and Warriors Outlaw
any type of head except for a crank shaft head because it is bent. But any kind of head should fit.
a warrior head can fit on any shaft it might be a bit loose though and you might have to drill a new hole.
I don't use warroior heads, i think brine are better. I would recomend the Brine clutch or clutch x if you are attack. You could still use a warrior sshaft though, even though i think that warrior sticks are better for defensemen.
The modern lacrosse stick has constantly evolved over the previous few decades. Currently, most heads are made of soft plastic with different amounts of flexibility. Shafts are made of many materials and composites, including zirconium, titanium, and aluminum.
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yes they do. i personally have a stiffi on a vanadium and it fits just fine.. you may need to put a piece or two of tape around the shaft under the head if its a little too small
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Mens lacrosse heads have pockets so that when you get hit its easier to hold the ball, but because women lacrosse is a none contact sport there is no pocket and cradling is different.
Men's lacrosse heads can be strung a variety of ways. A men's lacrosse head is usually strung with 10 diamond hard mesh. A woman's lacrosse head is strung in a way called traditional. This type of stringing is required for regulation women's lacrosse. Men's heads can be strung traditional as well as long as the pocket meets the level of regulations such as NFHS or NCAA. Women's lacrosse heads have the ability to be strung with mesh, though it will not meet women's game regulations.
There are many different combinations of heads and shafts. I like Birne equipment a lot. The Clutch is a great head for every position. The swizzle or the swizzbeat are also great shafts i have the swizzbeat and it is great. It's light and has good grip for shooting. Unfortunately the grip can chip of unlike the swizzle, but the swizzle is 30 more dollars then the swizz beat.
For irons, steel shafts are better- unless you struggle to get the ball off the ground, in which case you should use graphite. Steel shafts are used for irons because graphite shafts are quite expensive and iron heads are relatively heavy- steel shafts are also heavy and even out the swing weight. Graphite is used for woods and hybrids because their heads are light and you can get the most distance from them.