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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
Determined by Hits
 #1  Mohawk Goalie Wood
 #2  STX Eclipse
 #3  Gait Sentinal
 #4  Gait Vault
 #5  STX Shield
 #6  Warrior Nemesis Lyte
 #7  Brine Money


Brine Zone

Brine Zone Description: Features a stopping area 8% larger than other sticks. I-beam construction provides superior shape retention. Contour-grip neck for ease of control.

Sizes: Complete, Strung, Unstrung


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Zone Player Reviews

Value 5
Ball Control
 lax guy 16 (4 Reviews) 07/28/06
"Awesome Head"
I had this stick for only a few days when I first saw one in a store, i fell in love with it. it is great for making saves , throwing, and anything else you can think of.
Value 5
Ball Control
 zackass5 (1 Reviews) 06/03/06
this is an ok stick. it works and that's what counts but factory strung it has huge amounts of lip. so you have to add some shooters to make it throw smoothly (and not straight down) but overall it's pretty good.
Value 2
Ball Control
 knightslax40 (3 Reviews) 05/25/05
Bought overpriced for the season of 05' for about $70.The largest space for stopping shots I've ever seen, and it has great ball controll. Originally it was very heavy with the throttle shaft and the shaft bent. But I Replaced with a CU31 Platnum was very light and made it easier to swing down to save low shots.
Value 5
Ball Control
 Eric Luhrmann (10 Reviews) 10/13/04
The Zone was my first stick, and it's still great after nearly 4 years, so I have to love this thing. Probably the cheapest goalie head, it's a much better deal than the Abyss or Goalmaster. While the Abyss is a bit lighter, the Zone has a lot less flex, but isn't as heavy as a GM. Overall a basic stick, but don't fix what ain't broke.
Value 5
Ball Control
 goya (4 Reviews) 06/05/04
its a beginner stick, pretty heavy and not stiff at all. its cheap and the leather at the top won't wear out as fast as other heads. so if your low on cash this isn't the worse decision you can make, but if u can get a warrior abyss.
Value 4
Ball Control
 HofstraClubLax (2 Reviews) 05/13/04
"The stick is ok"
I used this stick all of this season after i kept popping strings on a STX Goalmaster. The top leather broke rather quickly, but after i fixed that with a string the stick was great. The soft mesh is a drawback, not as good for passes as the hard mesh, but it was effective to minimize the rebounds. This stick is good for goalies that know how to throw with a short stick but are not used to making saves
Value 1
Ball Control
 mike (1 Reviews) 04/30/04
"Really crappy"
This is a really crappy stick. I used it and it has no pocket, accuracy, or ball control. It really made me mad. I went to throw it and it just sucked. Buy an eclipse way better!
Value 5
Ball Control
 Superstar02 (4 Reviews) 6/17/2003
"Not bad at all..."
This stick is a great buy for the money. It's especially good for beginners, but I've been playing for 4 years and I use it. It is so stiff, mine is about 5 or 6 years old and shows no signs of a crack or anything. It's pretty big and can stop a wide variety of shots. With the right shaft, it is fairly light too. When I got mine, it was strung with durable mesh, and the ball control wasn't very good, but I gave it a facelift with monster mesh, and it is mad acurate. So it all depends on how you have the stick strung. It is stiff enough that a deep pocket can be worked in, and will throw well even with a pocket 10 inches deep. One drawback to throwing is the top of the stick. It is angled in and the ball sometimes catches the top of the stick on it's way out. You need quite a bit of whip for it to catch though, it's totally a steal for the money and a well worth it stick at the beginner level.
Value 3
Ball Control
 LouisvilleLaxer (1 Reviews) 6/8/2003
It's good but I think it is mainly for beginners. It is very heavy. Because of its heaviness, it is really hard to throw with and get it in the right position to make some fast-shot saves. It also isn't very sturdy. Every time you clamp, it feels like it is about to break. So good for beginners but for more expirienced players, I would go with something else.
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Brine Brine Lacrosse
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