StringKing Women's Mark 2 Offensive H4 Strung Lacrosse Head
The StringKing® Women’s Mark 2 Offensive H4 Strung Lacrosse Head features an aggressive offset and tighter face shape, helping create a more focused pocket for better ball control and faster shots. This offensive head is strung with H4 mesh for better control and a high pocket for a quick release. Take your game to the next level with the StringKing® Women’s Mark 2 Offensive H4 Strung Lacrosse Head.
- Removed unnecessary material on the Mark 2 Offense to create a lightweight women's lacrosse head that delivers speed and consistency
Better ball control
- Aggressive sidewall design to give more control
- Tighter face shape offers better feel with the ball
- Focused high pocket driven by the angled sidewall profile helps make faster, more accurate shots
- Style : W MARK 2 O H4
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : StringKing
- Web ID: 19SGKWWMNSMRK2FFHLXC
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