Brine Triumph Lacrosse Head Review
Lacrosse heads are one of the most important pieces of your lacrosse stick. When looking at the Brine Triumph 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 Triumph meets your needs. Brine Lacrosse has proven its quality for years, so you’ve come across a good lacrosse head. The Brine Triumph should give you what you need, with a price tag of $89.99. Checkout some other Brine lacrosse heads before you buy one, and be sure to watch the Brine Triumph lacrosse head video review if we’ve posted one!
The Bottom Line for the Brine Triumph
There is a new defensive bad boy in town kids !! Brine just engineered a super stiff offset ground ball digging elbow smashing head that we think will be on top of the best collegiate players in the nation this season. Lightweight and stiff she pokes and hacks like a pro. You want that professional style high pocket well this head is set up for the big boys who want to scoop and dish as well as run the field.
What Brine Says on the Brine Triumph Head
New Brine Triumph! Carry it like a Torch. The toughest defensive head for the toughest defensive players. Reinforced Core-Tech sidewall is the backbone of its strength. Wider face for more picking more balls out of the air. Flatter scoop for easy ground ball pickup on the move. High pocket with maximum string holes for easy adjustments on-the-run.
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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