STX has moved from being an industry leader in the lacrosse world to new kids on the block in hockey. Although this is their rookie season, the chances of winning the Calder Trophy are pretty good. STX has transformed their durable and lightweight lacrosse equipment into premium hockey equipment. Let’s check it out!
A common problem players have is movement of their equipment during the game. In response to this, STX has developed PureForm. PureForm utilizes next generation technologies to increase connectivity and range of motion for the player through advanced articulation, retention and comfort. One of these advances of PureForm is Stretch Mesh. Stretch Mesh targets zones of stretch, such as the torso area, to allow the pad to match player movement. A two-piece bicep guard adjusts in length to create a customized level of protection.
STX’s Dri-Lex is a cutting edge moisture management system that places HD foams throughout the pad to create a hydrophobic barrier that repels water and stays dry all game long.
HD and dual density foam in the chest and spine create pro-level protection without restricting movement just how the pro’s like. Triple density shoulder caps, extended rib coverage and enhanced collarbone protection create a highly protective shoulder pad. This shoulder pad alongside PureForm creates a shoulder pad ideal for a player who wants a protective shoulder pad without compromising mobility.
STX may be the new kid on the block but they are not a force to be reckoned with. STX could quickly become hockey’s new favorite equipment provider.