Review of: Brine RP3 Head
Brand:
Brine
Version:
NFHS or NCAA
Price:
$94.90

Reviewed by:
Rating:
5
On February 25, 2015
Last modified:April 3, 2015

Summary:

The Brine RP3 lacrosse head ($94.90) is one of the best Brine Heads. Ensure the pinch, weight, stiffness, and stringing fit your position

Best Brine RP3 X Lacrosse HeadsLacrosse heads are one of the most important pieces of your lacrosse stick. When looking at the Brine Rob Pannell lacrosse head review, keep in mind price, value, NFHS and NCAA regulations, your position, and style of play. Also, decide on how much pinch, stiffness, weight, and stringing options you need, and if the Brine RP3 meets your needs. Brine Lacrosse has proven its quality for years, so you’ve come across a good lacrosse head. The Brine RP3 should give you what you need, with a price tag of $94.90. Checkout some other Brine lacrosse heads before you buy one, and be sure to watch the Brine RP3 lacrosse head video review if we’ve posted one!

The Bottom Line for the Brine RP3

The RP3 X is going to become the new standard in the lacrosse world! Just like the Rob Pannell Shaft, This head is made for the aggressive offensive player who is looking to get to the goal and score like Rob Pannell. With the Core-Tech design and maximum string holes it sets up nicely to customize your own pocket.

What Brine Says on the Brine RP3 Head

The All-Time NCAA Lacrosse Points Leader worked directly with our team at Brine to create a head to do the things he does best create offense and score goals! The Pannell head is reinforced with our strategic Core-Tech sidewall design. Core-Tech design has precision-engineered depths in the sidewall to control the amount of flex and cut weight. With a tight face shape you get the best possible ball control in the pocket and a consistent channel release. Maximum string holes provide a completely customized pocket placement.

College and High School Lacrosse Head Size Regulations:

Based on the Brine lacrosse heads pinch, length and width, it’s legality changes. In the 2015 lacrosse season, you may use lacrosse heads marked U or X at all levels of play (NCAA and NFHS). You may only use lacrosse heads marked HS (NFHS) in high school lacrosse. When buying a lacrosse head, be sure to reference if it’s legal for high school or college lacrosse.

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