Easton has taken its patented Reflex technology from its Launch head to another level. For the first time ever, a player has the ability to adjust the head angle and the pinch of the sidewalls. This game changing head will allow you to adjust your stick to your style of play.
As the screw is turned clockwise, the lower sidewalls pull in until you have achieved your desired pinch. No more warranty-voiding head baking for extra ball control! Even at its maximum legal pinch, the ball releases cleanly without interference from the strings or sidewalls. Turning the screw also adjusts the head angle forwards and backwards to dial in the head to accommodate any pocket style.
Another unique and patent-pending feature is the bottom stringing hole at the ball stop. Every other head has vertical stringing holes to secure the bottom of the pocket to the ball stop. Easton engineers broke the mold by making their bottom stringing holes horizontal. Why? Because it allows for a squeaky clean look, multiple stringing options, very easy adjustment in a critical area of the head, and most importantly, zero interference and “hang up” from any pocket strings so your head stays legal.
The Stealth HS head is a thing of beauty. The sleek cut-away design at the rear of the ball stop gives the head a fast appearance and also reduces the weight in critical places. At 4.9 ounces (unstrung), it’s one of the lightest heads on the market with an incredibly high stiffness-to-weight ratio.
Easton’s patent-pending double-walled, open box beam construction produces tremendous lateral stiffness in the lower half of the head where you need it most for accuracy and checking. The top half of the Stealth HS head has the perfect flexibility for easy ground ball pick up, and the hollow box beam channel reduces weight while increasing stiffness. Even better, Easton engineers placed the lower stringing holes on the outside wall only, which creates a clean channel for the ball with no string hang up, which often times make NFHS heads illegal. The Stealth HS head is unmatched when it comes to ball control.
• NFHS specifications, only legal for play at the youth and high school level (non-NCAA legal)