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Brine Truth

Brine Truth Description: Originally released in the Fall of 2005.
Reported Weight: 4.4 Oz.

Sizes: Strung, Unstrung


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Truth Player Reviews

Value 3
Ball Control
 Peter (1 Reviews) 08/19/07
Ok everyone who says this stick is bad for defense doesn't know what they are talking about. As a defender I like flexible heads over super stiff ones. The flex allows them to last longer while stiff ones might snap on a poke check. I used this head last season as a LSM and I was very impressed by it, very light with great ball control. It only allows you to make a pocket near the bottom of the head which is great for those long poles who like to cradle with the head near the ground when in the open field. I only had to stop using it because it got stuck at the bottom of the bus on one trip and warped from all the stuff on top of it. After fall ball this year you can bet that I'm going to buy another one for the upcoming season.
Value 3
Ball Control
 Grady (3 Reviews) 03/17/06
"Too Weird!"
This stick is great! Great as in, great looking. This stick is great looking, but not durable, stiff or any other thing like that. It's hard to control the ball in this stick! I would recommend to veterans, if they just want to look cool. But if your looking for toughness, don't go for this stick!
Value 5
Ball Control
 IplayX (1 Reviews) 03/03/06
"Definately A Good Buy!"
I bought my Truth about a month ago for a kick in the step of my game. I play starting attack on the first Lacrosse team in my region and we needed to show our stuff at our first region game. I played the whole game with this head and not only stacked 5 goals, but I also tagged two defenders who were playing unfairly. Great head for the money. It's accurate, pinched, and durable. So in other words, great for attack. This head definately ranks among the best Brine heads. However, if you play D I would think twice before purchasing this head. It could end up costing u $95 just to get a broken head ur first game! Hey, no one said it was perfect, right?
Value 5
Ball Control
 Gigo567 (1 Reviews) 12/14/05
"A brilliant new head."
If you look at the Brines Truth's pinch you might just think it is average. Wrong. The top rail is very pinched barely letting the ball out while the bottom rail goes out and gives more room for the ball. It is like how the Warrior Razor's sidewalls flare out well this sidewalls cave in. Now this is perfect for Attack. This makes it harder for the ball to get knocked out. The ball actually stays in a lot better than a normal or flared sidewall. Flexibility wise this head is close to the flexibility of a Finalizer. But still not recommended for Middie Or Defense. For a defender this head will make a poke check barely painful to a player. Middies won't want to use this for Face-Offs. The head is just a little to flexible for it. The head is still able to be flexed off the ball, not good. Weight wise this head is light. I put it on my Db803 and the head wasn't top heavy like my Evo Pro. And as we all know the Db803 is a very light shaft. And accuracy. The head is great. There are better more pinched heads that have better accuracy than the Truth but this head is up there. I was still able to get pinpoint accuracy with the stick. I was shooting corners with ease. And strength shouldn't be a problem with this head. After using the head in some scrimmages I knew that this head wouldn't be breaking anytime soon. So overall this head is made more for a Attacker and the stick lives up to the hype.
Value 4
Ball Control
 Atackman (1 Reviews) 12/12/05
"Great stick - especially for attack"
I got this stick about a week ago and it rules! The narrow face is great for ball retention and perect for attack, I play crease and this stick is so much easier to use than my old Nitrous. Any player who wants a stick that will increase their game should buy this stick now!
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Brine Brine Lacrosse
Warren, Michigan
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