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Product Ratings
by Player Votes
 #1  STX Eclipse
 #2  STX Shield
 #3  Warrior VoidLyte
 #4  Brine Money
 #5  Warrior Nemesis Lyte
 #6  Mohawk Goalie Wood
 #7  Brine Eraser
 #8  Maverik Base
 #9  Gait Sentinal
 #10  Gait Vault
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 #1  STX Eclipse
 #2  Mohawk Goalie Wood
 #3  Warrior Nemesis Lyte
 #4  Brine Money
 #5  Gait Sentinal
 #6  Maverik Base
 #7  STX Goalmaster
 #8  STX Shield
 #9  Warrior VoidLyte
Popularity Ratings
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 #1  Mohawk Goalie Wood
 #2  STX Eclipse
 #3  Gait Sentinal
 #4  Gait Vault
 #5  STX Shield
 #6  Warrior Nemesis Lyte
 #7  Brine Money


Brine Xtreme

Brine Xtreme Description: The first and only 2" sidewall stick provides stability and rigidity. The D-contoured throat gives the player the option to grasp the head for more control. Available in ultra-mesh and surestop pocket.

Sizes: Complete, Strung, Unstrung


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Xtreme Player Reviews

Value 3
Ball Control
 Machzahl (1 Reviews) 05/09/05
Do not waste your money on this head it is overpriced and I have broken two in one season. One from a kid falling on it (this kid was no Fatty) and one from a shot. I like the weight of it but it's just too flimsy.
Value 3
Ball Control
 Nate (9 Reviews) 04/06/05
"It's Okay"
The only thing that this stick has going for it is ball control. It is way too flexible to be an effective goalie head.
Value 5
Ball Control
 Eric Luhrmann (10 Reviews) 10/13/04
"Not as bad as some say"
I've heard a lot of bad stuff about the Xtreme since it came out, but when I found a brand new one on ebay for $14 I decided to try it out. I dyed it (which could be why it's a little flimsy), and strung it up with a monster mesh pocket. I found it was easy to string up a nice deep pocket, and because of the special offset design, rebounds are controlled quite nicely. I've also heard it's a very heavy head, but this thing is lighter than my Nemesis. While it's not the best, it was deffinitly great for the price.
Value 5
Ball Control
 SolarGoalie (1 Reviews) 07/23/04
"Pretty Good mixed with bad"
I had this stick for about nine months and used it intensively in both indoor and outdoor situations. Initially the plastic the head is constructed with is durable, but after about a month of hard shots it breaks in, like all goalie sticks do (i.e. after you use rigid plastic for a while, the continued stress of hard shots will cause it to develop a slight bend when you push on it) so it's not the stiffest. As a result of this bend and the design of the stick which is considerably offset (compared to the nemesis), I noticed that it was hard to pick up ground balls in deep grass because the head would simply buckle upon itself. If you look at the side profile of the head imagine the sidewalls bending back towards you, when trying to scoop the ball and you'll understand what Iím talking about. In terms of stringing the stick I used 12 diamond mesh because it has a better hold than normal mesh and is pretty impervious to rain once it fully stretches out. After about six months, I started to run into problems when I got bounce shots. The same lack of stiffness which prevented me from picking up "thick grass" ground balls caused the stick to break (the sudden downward motion and jamming it to the ground puts a lot of stress on a goalie head). Fortunately I saved my receipt and was able to replace it, but the new stick broke in roughly the same place after two months; this time while saving a ground ball. To its credit it's the lightest goalie stick on the market and has excellent ball control and throwing accuracy (again throwing accuracy is all in the user; don't sidearm a pass and blame the head). My only complaint is scooping in thick grass and making it a stronger stick when going down for ground balls. I switched to the Nemesis because I hated having to restring my head every time it broke. I blame Brine for a design flaw possibly in their choice of plastic, or too offset of a design, but the stick is not a waste of money because there is a lot of good (as I have stated) along with the bad. Props to Brine for making the lightest goalie head.
Value 3
Ball Control
 Alex C. (3 Reviews) 03/20/03
"Akward Handling"
I prefer the Eclipse. I have tried this stick many times and every time no matter the strigning it was weird to cradle and throw with. The offset design really sucks and unless you are an amazing goalie it is to small. Get the eclipse. It is much easier to handle and throw with.
Value 4
Ball Control
 Catholax (1 Reviews) 1/31/2003
"Hard to String"
Really, really, REALLY hard to string, but well worth it. One of the starting goalies for Team Ireland could only get monster mesh to work. I prefer hard mesh, a bag with a high release point. Be careful of its strong tendency to hit off the forward-leaning lip.Once strung, it's fantastic! Cradles and fakes like a dream, and the heavy weight positions the center of gravity optimally, especially with titanium. This stick has made saves that I would not have otherwise made!
Value 5
Ball Control
 Matt (1 Reviews) 6/17/2002
"My Favorite"
I was decieding between the Brine Xtreme and the STX Eclipse but I am so happy i got this!! It ain't a bad price but I love the way it throws and it's big and it's just great! I broke it in soo fast to I was amazed its such a greta stick If you wanna ask me more u can IM me in aim if ya want mcman3076
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Brine Brine Lacrosse
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