Brine RP3 Lacrosse Head | SportStop



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The All-Time NCAA Points Leader worked directly with our team to create a head to do the one thing he does better than anyone - put points on the board!



  • 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

For Q&A :
In this video Mike with Brine Lacrosse shows you the RP3 Head, inspired by Professional Lacrosse Player Rob Pannell.


click here to view video transcript





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Had it for a year, still GREAT!!!

by From DENVER, COLORADO
Got it at the Denver World Cup in June of 2014 and it hasn't broke so it's durable and it is one of the lightest heads ever at 4.8 ounces.
Pros:
Shape,Strength,and Weight
Cons:
Stiffness, it could be a little more stiff for a attack head like the Maverik Optik

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Brine RP3

by From CALIFORNIA
A really nice head for Attack and Midi. It's kind of like a Brine Clutch and an Warrior Evo all mixed into one... almost like they had a baby, and the RP3 is the offspring of the Clutch & Evo. I tried to Dye the Head Red, but this Special plastic material didn't take the Red Dye - it came out more like Pink no matter how long I left it in the Dye. I guess there is some other material mixed into that plastic that doesn't take Red dye??? The blue dye that I used came out dark Blue..
Pros:
Super LIght weight. Looks cool Design of the Head is cut out in certain areas to save weight.
Cons:
Nothing.

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RP3

by - verified purchaser From ALASKA
none
Pros:
looks cool light weight
Cons:
nothing

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5
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2 stars
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1 star
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Based on 3 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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Had it for a year, still GREAT!!!

by From DENVER, COLORADO
Got it at the Denver World Cup in June of 2014 and it hasn't broke so it's durable and it is one of the lightest heads ever at 4.8 ounces.
Pros:
Shape,Strength,and Weight
Cons:
Stiffness, it could be a little more stiff for a attack head like the Maverik Optik

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Brine RP3

by From CALIFORNIA
A really nice head for Attack and Midi. It's kind of like a Brine Clutch and an Warrior Evo all mixed into one... almost like they had a baby, and the RP3 is the offspring of the Clutch & Evo. I tried to Dye the Head Red, but this Special plastic material didn't take the Red Dye - it came out more like Pink no matter how long I left it in the Dye. I guess there is some other material mixed into that plastic that doesn't take Red dye??? The blue dye that I used came out dark Blue..
Pros:
Super LIght weight. Looks cool Design of the Head is cut out in certain areas to save weight.
Cons:
Nothing.

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RP3

by - verified purchaser From ALASKA
none
Pros:
looks cool light weight
Cons:
nothing

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