EPOCH 2019 - FACTORY SET UP - Women's Dragon Fly Purpose 32" Shaft + Pro Mesh™ PocketEPOCH
Purpose + Pro Mesh™ Pocket
The Purpose 15-degree head has changed the landscape of women’s lacrosse since it hit the market in 2017. This game changing head is now available with Epoch’s NEW Pro Mesh™ Pocket. Designed in unison, the Pro Mesh™ pocket is engineered to optimize the sweet spot of the Purpose’s exclusive patent pending 15-degree technology.
Each part of the pocket is strategically designed to give you, the player, ultimate control, feel and accuracy when playing. The HT Poly technology is engineered to keep your pocket consistent is all weather conditions with minimal or no adjustments.
The visually stunning spine of the Pro Mesh™ Pocket allows players to adjusted and obtain their desired depth and control while driving the ball to the sweet spot. Just like the Purpose, the Pro Mesh™ Pocket is engineered and strung in the USA and meets US Lacrosse specs*.
*The head and Pro Mesh™ combination meets all USL spec at the time of production.
How to adjust:
More Whip / Hold = Tighten bottom shooter
Less Whip / Smoother release = Loosen or remove the bottom shooter
Tighten/ Loosen Pocket = Adjust the bottom spine
Dragonfly Purpose™ SHAFT
The Purpose Factory Set-ups come with with a matching Dragonfly, the most technologically advanced carbon fiber composite shaft in the game. Available in a 1” concave diameter or a slim 7/8” diameter. Like all Dragonfly shafts, the Purpose comes with an industry leading 1-year warranty and is manufactured with pride here in the USA.
Pocket Location: Zone 4 High
Warranty: 1 Year (Limited)
Made in USA
Material: Composite Injected Polymer
Shaft: 32" Epoch Dragonfly Purpose Shaft, Concave Geometry, Carbon FiberFlex iQ: 5
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 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.
The stick is awesome. Pocket is great