The Warrior Evo 4 is the latest head in the Evolution series. The Evo 4 features more sidewall holes than the Evo 3 and also does not have the dual shot molding process. It has the SYM rail technology which makes the head lighter weight and more rigid and durable.
Warrior Evo 4 Tutorial: Mid Pocket 15mm East Coast Mesh
The Brine Clutch elite is the latest head in the Clutch series. The main change is the addition of the Core Tech technology. The inside of the sidewall has been bored out to reduce weight while improving durability and rigidity. The elite maintains the classic clutch face shape and aggressive sidewall design.
Brine Clutch Elite Tutorial: Mid Pocket 15mm East Coast Mesh
The STX Surgeon 10 is the X6 spec of the popular Surgeon head. It is legal for NCAA play only. It is one of the most popular heads among D1 college players. It has a moderate number of sidewall holes and a high aggressive face shape. The ACP technology helps keep the head stiff in all weather conditions.
STX Surgeon 10 Mid Pocket 15mm East Coast Mesh Video Includes Pattern
STX Surgeon 10 Zach Palmer Stringing Tutorial Pattern can be applied to Surgeon 10
Head 2 Head Comparison
STX Surgeon 10 vs Evo Pro X6
The 2013 C-Channel Proton Power is a re-release of one of the most popular heads of all time. The STX Proton Power was a dominant offensive head and has been revamped for 2013 with a ton of new features. STX added more stringing holes which the Proton Power desperately needed. Also, the C-Channel technology was added which makes the head stiffer and more durable.
C-Channel Proton Power Tutorial: Mid Pocket 15mm East Coast Mesh