EPOCH 2019 - Hawk Lacrosse Head & Pre-Strung Otter Mesh, Prequel Mid Pocket, Curved/Laid Back Hybrid design, Composite Injected Polymer, iQ3-FREE SHIPPING- Comes Pre-StrungEPOCH
Prequel Head and Pre Strung with White Otter Mesh!
The Prequel lacrosse head improves upon the traditional curved profile by incorporating our Laid Back Technology creating a new hybrid design. The Zone 3 pocket creates a natural “Sweet Spot” and a perfect mid-pocket for unmatched ball control. Designed for the one-handed dodger looking for a quicker release than most conventional heads available. The Prequel’s design offers one of the deepest pockets in the game, it’s Lie provides a quicker release than any other head in it’s class because we engineered the distance the ball has to travel to be shorter
Flex iQ: 3
Pocket Location: Zone 3 Mid-Pocket
Warranty: 1 Year (Limited)
Made in USA
Material: Composite Injected Polymer
MSRP: $100 USD
Proudly Made in USA
The Sequel and Prequel are manufactured with Epoch’s proprietary blend of materials for a super tough polymer with maximized stiffness and flexibility properties with UV protection. The Birds of Prey are manufactured with pride in the USA and comes with a 1-year manufacturer warranty.
We are introducing three new points of reference, or measurements, that correlate to specific performance attributes. We have identified that, often, players are looking for a head with a “quick release” enabling them to throw a swift, fast, pass or shot. The other performance element desired by the games top players is a head that is “most-offset”, creating ultimate ball control and feel. We use the center axis of the shaft as a major point of reference when calculating measurements because it is a constant on all brands. More importantly, however, the center axis allows the measurements to be calculated in relationship to a player’s hands.”
We are introducing three new terms to the lacrosse market.
Lie: The distance the scoop “lies” from the center axis of the shaft.
Sweet Spot: The particular position on the bottom rail of a lacrosse head that is the furthest distance from the center axis of the shaft. The Sweet Spot sits at the vertex – the point of the bottom rail that stops curving down from the center axis of the shaft – and begins to curve back up towards the this center point of reference.
Travel: The distance the ball has to move to be released from the head when using the sweet spot as a starting point.