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Maverik Base Goalie Head

The Maverik Base goalie head is now available. Designed with the help of pro players, Kip Turner and Drew Adams, the Base offers the largest surface area allowed. Designed to be lightweight and responsive to easily convert ground balls to fast breaks. Weighs 12.6 oz. Color options include White, Black, Orange, Royal Blue and Neon Green. Read More…


The Maverik Base goalie head is now available. Designed with the help of pro players, Kip Turner and Drew Adams, the Base offers the largest surface area allowed. Designed to be lightweight and responsive to easily convert ground balls to fast breaks. Weighs 12.6 oz. Color options include White, Black, Orange, Royal Blue and Neon Green.


Wide towards the bottom, both Drew and Kip wanted that to cover any errant bounce shots when they have their stick down. The sidewalls feature spherical designs with a stiff beam running through them. The head is light while maintaining a high degree of stiffness.


This head is ideal for securing the save while disallowing rebounds. View images of the Base strung in Monster mesh HERE.

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canadianbac0n
canadianbac0n
10 years ago

NOT like the eclipse…feels completely different and has a different pocket

Wildbro
Wildbro
10 years ago

Is it worth buying or should I stick to my eclipse?

Lpg Lax
10 years ago

I’ve played with the head and it is def not an Eclipse. Totally different feel to it as well as the way the pocket forms towards the throat.

bart
bart
10 years ago

that doesn’t look like an eclipse

Wshslax
Wshslax
10 years ago

Congrats on the STX Eclipse ripoff.  When did you become Warrior?

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