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Epoch Purpose Factory Strung Women's Lacrosse Head

The Epoch Purpose 15 Degree lacrosse head is designed for elite lacrosse players who want to take it to the next level. There is a reason why this was one of the most popular heads that we had in the store and online for the summer and fall of 2018.  Epoch's team of female engineers and coaches designed the Epoch Purpose exclusively for the women's game featuring Epoch's newly patented 15-degree bottom rail. And they did not disappoint.

The Purpose 15-degree technology occurs in the head which drives the ball high in the pocket to the sweet spot like no head before it. This allows for maximum feel and control while dodging, as well as accuracy and power during a shot or pass. When this is paired with mesh, it is unstoppable.  Plus, the fact that this head can go on ANY straight shaft allows you to choose from the wide selection of women's handles as well as the men's.  Pairing this with a more flexible shaft like the ECD Carbon Pro or Dragonfly Nine - WOW that is awesome!  Plus you will get some looks of awe on the field as your stick flies through the air after your goal.

  • Flex: iQ4
  • 15-Degree
  • High Pocket
  • Material: Composite Injected Polymer 
  • Warranty: 1-Year (limited) 

What the Lacrosse Fanatic staff have to say:

We love the Epoch Purpose head.  If you are the type of player that likes traditional stringing, the  complete is a great deal.  Epoch did a fantastic job stringing this and pairing it with a great composite shaft.  We have this in the demo area and it is one of the most popular demos that we have.  The Epoch Purpose head can  also be strung with mesh and comes out awesome.  The StringKing Type W and Type 4 both work extremely well with this head.  If your nervous about trying mesh the ECD Venom runner also works really well with this head and is more of a low profile mesh option that still give you a smooth release without losing feel and control.

Bottom line, this was an extremely popular head with the travel team girls over the summer and fall of 2018.  This is sure to be a leader for women's heads in 2019.