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 #1  Gait Silencer
 #2  STX Surgeon Sc-Ti
 #3  Gait Ice
 #4  STX Katana
 #5  Nike Zoom
 #6  Tri-Kor Scandium Chrome Elite
 #7  Maverik Boost
 #8  STX Stallion Sc-Ti
 #9  Warrior Krypto Pro Diamond 13
 #10  1 Lacrosse Cutter C155
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 #1  Gait Ice
 #2  Brine Swizzle Scandium
 #3  Nike Vandal
 #4  Gait Silencer
 #5  Harrow I-Beam
 #6  STX Steel 7000
 #7  Brine Swizzbeat 7075
 #8  STX Katana
 #9  Tribe7 Element7 Ti-Scan
 #10  Nike Sprint
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 #1  Gait Ice
 #2  Gait Silencer
 #3  Nike Vandal
 #4  Warrior Kryptolyte 11
 #5  1 Lacrosse Cutter C155
 #6  Tribe7 Element7 Ti-Scan
 #7  Brine Swizzle Scandium
 #8  Brine SC21 Scandium
 #9  STX Surgeon Sc-Ti
 #10  1 Lacrosse Cutter


Brine F10 PowerGrip

Brine F10 PowerGrip Description: Powergrip shape increases strength and control, while high quality 6000 series aluminum makes for rugged, lightweight performance.

Sizes: Att/Mid, Defense, Goalie


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F10 PowerGrip Player Reviews

Value 5
 LaxBro #3.14 (1 Reviews) 06/15/11
This shaft is RIDICULOUS for the money. The power grip is AMAZING. I don't tape it, and even without gloves it's impossible for my hands to slip. The F10 is also SUPER STRONG! I mean, after I got my new shaft, I hit this thing against the edge of a brick wall, and there was only 1 tiny dents (like 5 mm). The only downside is that it's super heavy, but for beginners, it's good so that when they get a new, lighter shaft they can whip it even faster
Value 5
 BrianInDenver (2 Reviews) 07/10/04
"Love the PowerGrip"
First of all, we all know that aluminum shafts are disposable and really heavy. They are not in the same leauge as the more expensive ones. But, for an aluminum shaft, this is a good one. The PowerGrip gives added control and performance. Plus, heavy shafts are good if you want to send the other guy home with a lots of bruises and a limp. And If you bend or break one, who cares? You can replace it for under $20. Perfect shaft for beginners or a back up.
Value 5
 rilaxboy (1 Reviews) 03/18/04
"Excellent beginner's shaft"
I am about to enter my second season with an F10 Powergrip in my hands. Last year it was able to endure a lot without sustaining any serious dents. I think that the Powergrip idea is great, and although it does take a toll on your hands without gloves, it really adds to the gripping ability. I love this stick, and it is sold at a very low price. It looks cool, and although heavy, gets the job done.
Value 5
 tmkates (1 Reviews) 02/22/04
"No doubt: Good stick"
Cheap, but better than any other entry level stick. The PowerGrip Feature takes a little time to get used to, but once it feels right in your hands, nothing else feels right. Cradling and shooting are much easier because the grooves act as guidelines for your fingers. Who cares if it is cheap? If it breaks, buy another one. If you are a beginner - this is a wonderful stick. If you are an advanced player - look elsewhere.
Value 2
 Jackal (3 Reviews) 10/22/03
"A shaft that is as sturdy as a Brine fiddle stick"
I've had two heads that have come with a F10 Powergrips and I would recommend not buying them. They dent and bend extremely easy just from normal wear and tear within a matter of weeks. With the first couple of weeks mine was looking like a banana. I have two of them, bought at different times, and both have shown the same results. The construction of the aluminum causes more of a jagged edge that can wear down your gloves overtime as well. I wouldn't recommend wasting the money unless you plan to keep calling Brine about the warranty.
Value 5
 shslax (2 Reviews) 7/8/2003
"Good for the price"
Great back-up shaft! Decent weight and it's stronger than most aluminum shafts. The powergrip gives it more strength and a better grip in my opinion. Don't get stuck with a aluminum F10 when you can get the Powergrip for a little more. It might even save you money in the long run.
Value 2
 Thunder (1 Reviews) 03/24/03
"The Worst D-Shaft"
When I first got this shaft I thought it was ok, but after playing with it for a week, it has a ton of dents, and also is already bent. It's also wicked heavy.
Value 5
 Maxx (4 Reviews) 03/05/03
I've used this stick as a beginner for a little while now, and I like it a lot. Its good for stick checks and such, but I've dented and knicked it a few times doing so. I think this stick is great for beginners or anyone who likes to play, but do not have a lot of money to put into the sport. Overall, A good beginner shaft.
Value 3
 hardlax22 (2 Reviews) 6/7/2002
"Hands down let down"
This has gotta be one of the worst shaft I've ever let my hands touch. The shape is not worth the extra $2 you pay, it disables you from being able to spin the stick, and freely control it. This shaft is also REALLY heavy, and snaps and dents like no other in its class. If you're just starting out in this game, spare your self from the mistake that I made and go spend the extra 30-40 dollars{this may seem like a lot, but trust me, after you break your fourth one of these things in a couple of seasons or less, you'll be thanking me} and buy a cu31 or c405.
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Brine Brine Lacrosse
Warren, Michigan
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