The Top Offensive Lacrosse Heads of 2017
The head is one of the most important part of a lacrosse player’s game. Things like shafts, gloves, and pads should not play a huge role in the ability of a lacrosse player, but the head can certainly impact your game significantly. There are hundreds of different lacrosse heads to choose from, and buying the right head can be a difficult process. Here at LaxWeekly, our goal is to make this decision as easy as possible. We don’t want to bombard you with 10 different choices, instead, we want to give you our 3 best recommendations. If you pick any of the 3 heads, we can almost guarantee that you will be a happy customer.
Simply put, the Stallion 700 the best offensive lacrosse head that you can buy right now. STX has done a fabulous job with their Stallion line, and this head blows me away. First of all, it looks incredibly pleasing to the eye. STX clearly put some time and effort into this head. It is super strong, and versatile for all positions. For $90, the price is definitely worth it for the quality of this head.
As I have said in many articles, I love the gear that Maverik puts out. The Centrik is one of my favorite heads on the market right now. The head is very stiff, but still extremely lightweight and durable. It is also very easy to string up, so you should have no problem playing with this head right away. You can count on Maverik to always have great stuff, and I know many players who are thrilled with the performance of their Centrik head.
If you ask several people what their favorite head is, some of them might not have the Noz as their first pick. But the people who do think the Noz is great SWEAR by it. I have never seen a player with a Noz who does not absolutely love it. One of those players is me. I have used the Noz for 5+ years, and I will continue to use it for as long as I play. The Noz is lightweight, wide, and an all-around great shaft for any offensive player. I love that it has only a few sidewall holes, making it extremely easy to string. Some people say that it can break easily, but I have had the same Noz for 5 years, so I can’t really comment on that.