Inside the Warrior Noz

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This post might give a whole new meaning to “an inside look.” But, what better way to understand the Warrior Noz head than to look inside it?

The Noz has been creating a buzz among laxers for months. You probably know that the Noz is the lightest head on the market at 4.3 ounces, and that it got that way through a Nitrogen injection process during molding, creating air pockets in the head. But what does that look like?

You could always take a hacksaw to your brand new Noz head. Or, you could check out the photos below and get a glimpse at a cross-section of the Noz. It’s a good visual representation of the Noz and lets you see how the head is lighter than the typical lacrosse head.




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  1. Grip ‘N Rip: Jeremy Hirsch on August 9, 2010 at 3:37 pm

    […] info about the Warrior Noz here. AKPC_IDS += "5385,"; Posted by Lacrosse Playground at 2:57 pm Tagged with: defense, […]

  2. Jesse Hubbard talks head design on December 5, 2009 at 11:52 pm

    […] you recommend for this upcoming spring? We have some exciting new technologies coming out in the Noz and the Spyne line. The Noz is produced with a gas-assisted molding technology, which allows for an […]

  3. Nabeel on November 16, 2009 at 6:05 pm

    how strong is it though?? seriousssssly

  4. The Warrior Noz Gets a Facelift on November 16, 2009 at 6:55 am

    […] were created through a Nitrogen injection process while molding the head, which makes it so light (see a cross-section of the Warrior Noz here). Warrior hopes the limited edition colors will get players to give the Noz a chance, and […]

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