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Under Armour Heads: Demolish, Mercenary, Player

Under Armour heads will be dropping in retail stores soon with LaxUnlimited being one of them. We want to show you the heads from a different perspective. The heads (Demolish, Mercenary and Player) are displayed atop a graffiti backdrop. Read More…


Under Armour heads will be dropping in retail stores soon with LaxUnlimited being one of them. We want to show you the heads from a different perspective. The heads (Demolish, Mercenary and Player) are displayed atop a graffiti backdrop.

Demolish
Demolish has an ultra light side wall design which reduces weight. The new scoop design improves pocket shape for increased accuracy. 4.35 oz light weight design provides good stiffness at a reduced weight. This head is ncaa/nfhs.

Mercenary
The Mercenary exhibits a new mesh lock attachment system which allows for easy installation of mesh into head (rubber pieces and screws come with the head to replace top string). 4.75 oz light weight design provides increased stiffness. The moderate lowered scoop allows for both great ball retention and a quick release.

Player
The Player head is ncaa/nfhs. Player features a new “Pocket Clip” tech allowing the pocket to form the tightest channel possible. Includes mesh lock option for top string. 4.56 oz ultra light weight design decreases weight without sacrificing stifness.

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Jimmy
Jimmy
10 years ago

Heads look Sweet! They are being made by a licensee that has been doing it for a long time Owen. If you haven’t played with it…How do you know???

Owen
Owen
10 years ago

I think that underarmour should wait a little while before they make lacrosse equipment beacause they need more experience with making other sports equipment

Owen
Owen
10 years ago

I think that underarmour should wait a little while before they make lacrosse equipment beacause they need more experience with making other sports equipment

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