Brine Flex Pocket Women's Lacrosse Stringing Piece | SportStop

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Features grid-flex design which allows the ball to sit naturally in the sweet spot of the pocket.

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Brine Flex Pocket - Excellent Hold, Great Stringing Options

by From ALBANY, NY
Recently completed 4 re-string jobs - 1 Amonte, 2 Crux 300, 1 DeBeer. Completed jobs with crosslace for the pocket area, paracord for the topstrings and shooters.

There are enough options with this pocket to skip or double string segments to create a pocket with great hold from the first time the player uses the stick. I string mid to mid-high pockets for our teams, and there have been more goals, fewer dropped passes.
Pros:
Seems very flexible. Should be more durable than STX Launch pocket. Multiple ways to string a variety of heads.
Cons:
Yellow pocket is all yellow. Other colors are that color, with white stringing. Not an issue, just a note.

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Excellent Feel...

by From AUSTIN, TX
Each year it seems like a new pocket design comes out for the women's stick. Each season they get better and better and Brine Flex Pocket piece is the best seen to date! We've strung these into Brine, STX and Harrow heads and love, love, love the results. The knobby tracks give you the haptic feedback that allows the precision touch that tells you the exact moment of release. The center strings allow the rubber tracks to move to solidly grip the ball during your catch and cradle. We love this product!
Pros:
The clever "chain link" design keeps the track right where it needs need to be while stringing, making it very easy to string a precision pocket. The Brine Flex looks like it will be resilient in all weather and will not require constant adjustment. Time will tell. If there is any minor pocket adjustment needed it is very easy on the Flex.
Cons:
If there is anything to improve, it might be to make the rubber pieces very slightly shorter to allow it to be strung into more heads. So far though we've had no problem getting an excellent pocket on any modern Brine, STX, Debeer or Harrow head. Compared to last year's STX Launch pocket piece, our experience has been that the Brine Flex has addressed its shortcomings, making it a far superior product. The price is right too, especially with a quantity discount...

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Appears more durable than the Launch Pocket, very grippy and flexible.

by From ALBANY, NY
I've strung-up three of these for use as draw sticks this season. There's more 'give' in the pocket than either the Runway or Launch, and since this is a factory-made pocket, there's less scrutiny from officials who seem to be closely examining custom pockets similar to the NC Draw Stick pocket. Strung correctly, very accurate with great whip.

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Based on 3 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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Brine Flex Pocket - Excellent Hold, Great Stringing Options

by From ALBANY, NY
Recently completed 4 re-string jobs - 1 Amonte, 2 Crux 300, 1 DeBeer. Completed jobs with crosslace for the pocket area, paracord for the topstrings and shooters.

There are enough options with this pocket to skip or double string segments to create a pocket with great hold from the first time the player uses the stick. I string mid to mid-high pockets for our teams, and there have been more goals, fewer dropped passes.
Pros:
Seems very flexible. Should be more durable than STX Launch pocket. Multiple ways to string a variety of heads.
Cons:
Yellow pocket is all yellow. Other colors are that color, with white stringing. Not an issue, just a note.

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Excellent Feel...

by From AUSTIN, TX
Each year it seems like a new pocket design comes out for the women's stick. Each season they get better and better and Brine Flex Pocket piece is the best seen to date! We've strung these into Brine, STX and Harrow heads and love, love, love the results. The knobby tracks give you the haptic feedback that allows the precision touch that tells you the exact moment of release. The center strings allow the rubber tracks to move to solidly grip the ball during your catch and cradle. We love this product!
Pros:
The clever "chain link" design keeps the track right where it needs need to be while stringing, making it very easy to string a precision pocket. The Brine Flex looks like it will be resilient in all weather and will not require constant adjustment. Time will tell. If there is any minor pocket adjustment needed it is very easy on the Flex.
Cons:
If there is anything to improve, it might be to make the rubber pieces very slightly shorter to allow it to be strung into more heads. So far though we've had no problem getting an excellent pocket on any modern Brine, STX, Debeer or Harrow head. Compared to last year's STX Launch pocket piece, our experience has been that the Brine Flex has addressed its shortcomings, making it a far superior product. The price is right too, especially with a quantity discount...

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Appears more durable than the Launch Pocket, very grippy and flexible.

by From ALBANY, NY
I've strung-up three of these for use as draw sticks this season. There's more 'give' in the pocket than either the Runway or Launch, and since this is a factory-made pocket, there's less scrutiny from officials who seem to be closely examining custom pockets similar to the NC Draw Stick pocket. Strung correctly, very accurate with great whip.

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