Goalies Deserve the Best: So Here It Is
The Fort7 takes Goalie
heads to a new level.

And not because we say so.
It's a fact based thing.

We use 12 Diamond   
Tarantula Mesh, which, at
12.3 ounces, is Mega-light,
enhancing control and feel.

The pocket is perfect for
stopping shots, an
anti-rebound bucket that is
strung for accuracy, on
short as well as long
clearing passes.    
Check out the Winglets on the scoop, which not only snag more
shots, but directs them into the pocket.  The Teeth on the
scoop work great too, acting to secure, and then spin the ball
into the pocket on rakes.  The throat has multiple nodes for
extra grip, and rails to stop rotation.  
Add protection, and
confidence with our
Knee Pad, designed
specifically for
Lacrosse, per the
standards of the
The Fort7 has the most surface area of any goalie head on the
market, 12.5% more than #2, which happens to be the top seller.

Check out the plate in the pic below.  That's how much extra area
the Fort7 has to stop flying rocks with. (balls)  
The Fort7 is the new Champ
of Goalie head surface area,
adding the equivalent of an
8 inch plate of space to the
old Champ's area. As in
more saves.

The Fort7 has winglets on
the scoop, that capture
more shots.

The Fort7 also has teeth on
the inside of the scoop,
to clamp more ground balls

The Fort7 has gripper nodes
on the throat, to reduce
head rotation.  
String your own
Goalie Head with
our Goalie Mesh Kit
The Fort7i
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for Fort7i Video
 The good folk at the Royal Society in Great Britain published an article that
helps us understand why.

According to John A. Endler
the camouflage effect is a function of "disruptive
 High contrast markings, just like the Orange and White on the
Fort7i, which are contrasted again when standing in front of goal.  
"Disruptively colored elements distract attention and break up the body outline,
making detection difficult.
"  (Stevens & Cuthill 2006).

A study by Schaefer & Stobbe shows that Disruptive Coloration w
orks by
'exploiting predators cognitive mechanisms of prey recognition."
(2006 The Royal Society)

Dr. Martin Stevens, a Zoologist at the University of Cambridge in Great Britain,  
kindly took the time to elaborate on the camouflage effect in a  letter to Tribe7,
stating that "the
markings or stripes also make it difficult to judge speed,
because the high contrast markings interfere with motion perception."

Competitive Bottom Line:
the Fort7i's "disruptive coloration" is an
effective means of confusing the visual system, serving to
disrupt a shooter's
especially when moving in front of the similarly contrasted lacrosse goal.
The Complete Fort7i includes a everything you
see in the picture, including our Gorilla7 Carbon
shaft, and 12 Diamond Tarantula Mesh.