Brand:
Brine
Version:
Shoulder Pads
Price:
$89.99

Reviewed by:
Rating:
4
On February 27, 2015
Last modified:March 13, 2015

Summary:

The Brine Clutch lacrosse shoulder pads ($89.99) can be one of the best Brine Shoulder Pads. Confirm the protection, size, and weight fit your position

Best-Brine Clutch Shoulder Pad Lacrosse Shoulder Pads-size-weight-colorsWhether you are searching for the best lacrosse shoulder pads for attack, defense, or middie, you’ve come to the right place. Lined up from Lacrosse Scoop, we’ll be reviewing the Brine Clutch lacrosse shoulder pads. Like when buying lacrosse gloves, with your new lacrosse shoulder pads, you want to consider the sizing, weight, price, and protection you need. Depending on the lacrosse position you play, and the profile you’re looking for, you will be buying different lacrosse shoulder pads. Lastly, some lax brands, like Brine, produce some great shoulder pads, and the Brine Clutch priced at $89.99 could be a great addition to your lacrosse gear!

The Inside Scoop on Brine Clutch Shoulder Pads

These lacrosse shoulder pads are for elite middies and attackman that want a pad that really molds to their frame. At $90 bucks this may be one of the best values of the season as well. These are worn by elite collegiate player who want to get after those ground balls but want the mobility and light weight that allows them to run the lines. These shoulder caps actually adjust so you can custom tailor the fit to your frame. Elite and advanced player level pads that our Pro’s said they could wear all day.

Brine Specs for Brine Clutch Gloves

Brine Lacrosse Shoulder Pads Sizing Chart:

Lacrosse Shoulder Pads Sizes Lacrosse Player Height Lacrosse Player Age
Small or Youth Lacrosse Shoulder Pads 4’0″ & Under 6-10
Medium Lacrosse Shoulder Pads 4’6″ – 5’6″ 11-13
Large Lacrosse Shoulder Pads 5’6″ – 6’0″ 14-17
XL Lacrosse Shoulder Pads 6’0″ & Over 18+

The Different Types of Lacrosse Shoulder Pads

Some players prefer a more lightweight and low profile lacrosse shoulder pad. A good rule of thumb are attackmen want the highest protection possible to withstand those nasty slashes. Whereas defenseman want a lightweight and mobile lax liner or speed pad to easily maneuver. And lastly, middies tend to be in the middle and can depend on if you play offense or defense! And some laxers prefer to have added protection and will use lacrosse rib pads as well!

Lacrosse Shoulder Pads – Full Protection (Attack)
Lacrosse Speed Pad – Mid Protection (Midfield)
Lacrosse Liner – Low Protection and Profile (Defense)
Lacrosse Chest Protectors – Chest Protection (Goalies)

Video Review – Brine Clutch Lax Shoulder Pads

The Brine Clutch lacrosse shoulder pads ($89.99) can be one of the best Brine Shoulder Pads. Confirm the protection, size, and weight fit your position
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