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In this video Trice explains the details on the Brine Clutch IV Lacrosse Head.

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What's going on, guys? This is Trice here with, and today we're going to break down the Clutch IV lacrosse head from Brine. Let's go ahead and check out some of these details. All right, guys, so right here I have the Brine Clutch IV lacrosse head. I'm gonna go ahead and throw this up on the scale for you, let you go ahead and check out the weight, and then I'm gonna break down all of it's details. So, let's do this. Let that calm down. This is the unstrung high school head, and you're at 5.4 ounces. That's not a bad weight for this head. This is a head designed for your offensive attack man in mind. Let me get this focused for you, and we're gonna start breaking it down. All right, so up nice and close, the first thing you're gonna notice is this really nice throat jewel here, with the Brine logo... Nice, big, wide ball stopper. It's got a rubbery texture to it which is nice. On the throat you'll see a lot of these cuts with the texture inside. Now, the cuts are doing two things. One, they're adding a lot of styling, but with every cut they're reducing the weight of the head because they're actually reducing material there. You can see right here the Vari-Flex. This head has what they're calling Vari-Flex technology. And what they've done, as you can see on this gray section here, and you see a little here on the stringing holes, some here... If you look across to the underside there's more of it here. What that is is a heat-resistant nylon that they've impregnated into the core of the throat of the head and it's looking at maintaining the rigidity of the head and durability of the head in hot temperatures, so it's gonna have a very stiff throat, but that's new for the Clutch IV, the Vari-Flex, you see here. And then as we come up the side wall, the top rail, and you've got 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 stringing holes, so you've got plenty of stringing options here, and a nice bottom rail. I like these braces. They've actually mirrored these braces on both sides, again in attempts to reduce weight with not reducing any of the strength of the head. The underside of the scoop, and then that pattern that they have in the cut-outs along the top rail and throat are carried through to your scoop up top. Six stringing holes up top. Nice and wide, be able to have plenty of stringing options. The head also has Core-Tech technology so on the inside, as you can see, they've reduced even more material on the inside, again looking at reducing weight. There's some more of the Vari-Flex peeking through on the underside. Really nice, clean head. Big Brine logo, Clutch IV, single screw hole... Again, high school specs. Really clean head. Go ahead guys and check this out at That's going to wrap up your Brine Clutch IV Lacrosse Head overview. Thanks for watching.

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