STX Proton Power 2 Unstrung Head

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STX Proton Power 2 Unstrung Head

2013 | 12542-2
Proton Power 2 Unstrung Head is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Comlax Says: The STX Proton Power is simply one of the best selling lacrosse heads on the market but even still STX knew they could improve it with their C-Channel Technology. The C-Channel gives the Proton Power additional stiffness and stability so that no matter what you can POWER through those checks. The Proton Power 2 has the perfect shape for maximum ball control with pinpoint accuracy when shooting and feeding. Its aerodynamic and streamlined design helps to keep the head lightweight and durable as well. One of the better values out there!

Specifications:NHFSThe measurement requirements which the head meets. NCAA, NFHS or Universal measurements are the standard specifications.
Weight:4.8 OuncesThe weight of the unstrung head, measured in ounces.
Offset:STX Forward CantHow the offset of the head is formed (the method of having the top of the head sit below the throat of the head for easier ground balls).
Mesh:Unstrung(Strung heads only) The mesh type factory strung on the head.
Warranty:60 DaysThe period of time the product is under the manufacturer's warranty.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An Overall Great Head Upgrading from the Super Power to the Proton Power 2 was a smooth transition. The new Proton Power head has a great stiffness to it for ground balls, many holes on the side walls for easy stringing, and a super light weight. This head performs great. The only flaw of this head is the weakness of the two bottom holes on the throat of the head. Iv'e had them both split in two from just shooting around. The nylons ripped right through them. This is easily fixable, though. The availability of the extra holes on the side of the head allow for no nilons to be threaded through those two holes.
Date published: 2014-02-23
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How does this compare to the STX Super Power

Asked by: Heipfam
The big difference would be the Super Power can be used at all levels (Universal) versus the Proton Power 2 which is only good for High School level play.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2014-04-29

Whats the difference?

It looks exactly the same, so what makes the PP2 better than the original?
Asked by: Anonymous
C-Channel, lighter weight, more stringing holes, new look
Answered by: Heipfam
Date published: 2014-02-24
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