Rated 4 out of 5 by Mck215 Over all a good head.
When I first got the head I wasn't really sure what to expect. But after practicing with it and shooting around for a little bit I started liking it more and more. I have a few compliments about this head and only one thing to criticize about it. My compliments are that it is a very unique head, especially having the piston in it to allow the heads offset and pinch to vary. I also love the feel of the head, it's not too wide, and it's not to narrow. I think any position can use it but I mostly recommend it to attack and middies. It's light enough to not be holding you back on your shots and it's easy enough to string anyway you want it. But the only thing I have to criticize about it is that after about 6 months it starts to hour-glass if you take face offs with it too much. But besides that it's a great head and I'm very happy with my purchase! Thanks Easton and keep up the great work!
March 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JakubS american work in polish game
When I was lookin' for new head for my bithday, teammates recommended me rbk 10k, stx protonpower and Easton Stealth HS. I tried all of them and I have some observations. First impression concerned the design - not extraordinary, not too simple, cool and sightly. This head guarantees maximum of ball control and nice feel of the game (which are very important in polish lacorsse – you have to dodge and score very often). Personally, I love changing my pocket and restringing it - in this regard Stealth HS is great beacause it has many sidewall holes. Maybe because of this masterpiece STX made ProtonPower 2...
March 12, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by JayV NavyGold Stealth HS
Love this head and did not expect to love it so much. It is just the right blend of stiff (throat and sidewalls) and flexible (lip for ground balls). I play midfield and adjusted for most pinch possible for hold but I could see putting the same head on a pole and dialing for less pinch to make catching easier. Even though the head is VERY light, it is durable enough for D-Mids and Defense. My mesh has lots of wax which makes it not ideal for FOGO, but I could also see facing off with this head with a different pocket setup. Unexpected benefit of the box beam sidewall construction (strenght and stiffness where it counts) is that only the outside ridge has the stringing holes and the higher inner ridge serves to protect the sidewall strings from fraying over the course of the season. Only one gripe, it is hard to find a non-Easton shaft that this head fits on. But if our team wins heads and shafts, that won't be a problem!!!
March 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by DominicG Great Head so far
Had this head for a while now and its been pretty solid
March 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SimonK Great Head
The Stealth HS offers great offset for superior ball control an a really good release of the ball when throwing or shooting. the scoop supports picking up the ball from any surface and it feels like it almost sucks the ball in.
Sidewalls are great, also for stick tricks (probably why MP likes it).
Head is low weight and has good pinch. lots of stringing holes help stringing this beauty up just like you want it to.
March 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 Amazing
This head has lasted 3 years of very competitive seasons. The adjustable pinch and offset are what really stood out. This head is perfect for a high school attackmen / middie
March 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bogie best head i have used in a while. perfect for every position
this head has everything you could ask for in a head. perfect for scooping gbs and shooting, very fun to string up and use.
March 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by alpha Solid design.
Head shape is near perfect. Scoop allows for easy GBs and the stinging options are plenty.
Weight is great, has a light but balanced feel (when not using a Ti shaft). My main concern is the flexibility of the head. As a D-mid that throws a lot of checks and picks up a lot of groundballs, I would benefit from extra stiffness. An "HD" version would be awesome for poles as well.
This being said, it's still a very consistent head and it's worth checking out.
March 2, 2013