Warrior Revo 3 X Unstrung Head
2013 | 13465-2
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- Super stiff head and grip takeaway for the best of checks
- Designed for the transitional/takeaway player
- Truoffset for a lower sidewall and deeper pocket feel
|Weight:||160 Grams||The weight of the unstrung head, measured in ounces.|
|Warranty:||6 Months||The period of time the product is under the manufacturer's warranty.|
Warrior has revolutionized the game once again with the latest of the Revo line, the Revo 3 X. It is being regarded as one of he best defensive heads ever. This head is designed for defensive players who want a very stiff head that is wide enough to pick off passes and create a smooth release. A redesigned sidewall helps to improve your performance while raising the height of the pocket placement. The triple beam sidewall construction creates the stiffest sidewall in the Warrior head family, proving solid durability. Another feature for defensemen is a raised grip that slightly sticks to the opposition, allowing you to get the most out of your stick check. The Revo 3 X is completed with a Truoffest technology that lowers the sidewall below the centerline of the shaft. By dropping the sidewall this lowers the center of gravity in your head, giving you the ability to create a deeper pocket feel which can lead to better ball control and shot power. Order the Warrior Revo 3 unstrung head today, and see for yourself what the buzz around the Revo 3 is really about!
PRODUCT Q & A
Thanks Mike M. I clear alot and also play lsm when needed so am I better off with Revo Pro or Revo X? Havent used either, just Hammer and X10 but
looking for more control going through traffic. Thanks
I'm a big fan of the Revo Pro, but saying that as an middie. Has some pinch to it, but not a crazy amount where balls are always hitting the sidewalls. Has good hold for going through traffic.
Date published: 2013-10-21
Love the Hammer but looking to string a better channel for hold. Is this a bit narrower at throat? Stiffness, gb and accurate passing are what I look
Both heads are geared towards defensemen so there is not much difference in the size of the throat channel. The Revo 3X redesigned the look of the sidewall to help with pocket placement ensuring easy release on long balls and the odd shot D-man like to take. Cant go wrong with either head.
Date published: 2014-11-16