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 #5  1 Lacrosse Cutter C155
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 #7  Brine Swizzle Scandium
 #8  Brine SC21 Scandium
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Brine F55 Superlight

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Brine F55 Superlight Description: As light as, if not lighter than the F22 with higher strength. Performance exceeds titanium.

Sizes: Att/Mid, Defense
 

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F55 Superlight Player Reviews

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Value 5
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 Trojanlax2 (1 Reviews) 08/28/05
"The Ultimate Stick"
Although I am not a huge supporter of Brine products, the F-55 shaft is one of the finest handles to ever be produced by Brine. Having used the Warrior Kryptolyte, and Titanium the F-55 feels better, is about the same weight if not lighter. However it does tend to dent easily and the end cap does come off easily. (that can be fixed by taping a bottle cap on the end) Thanks to the F-55 I had 16 points as a Freshman on a Varsity team....
Value 3
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 ur mom (1 Reviews) 07/04/05
"Why does appearance matter?"
I bought this stick the first couple of weeks it was out and at the time it was like a titan pro is now. not durable and way to expensive. The F-55 has very little time until it is dented so much you can't use it. I have used mine for 5 years and finally getting a titan pro (which is definitely worth the money) the F-55 has many minor dents and dings and occasionally one extreme dent. Playing in rain is almost impossible with an F-55. It is like trying to hold a wet stick of soap. Always falling out of your hands. Brine chose to make a titanium enhanced stick way before anybody else and had the price close to 90 bucks at comlax. (commonwealth lacrosse) they still haven't driven down the price but if it was in the sixties I would buy one and put tape on it. If you want a C555 shaft get a DB c555 or a Krypto Pro both are better buy's.
Value 4
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 jackslax (1 Reviews) 06/29/05
"stronger than anything"
ok yeah I bought this stick just to mess around cuz im a d man. I wanted to see if this stick really was strong, so I hit it 5 times against a brick wall. NO Dents! just smudged the paint
Value 5
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 OHS Breadstick (3 Reviews) 06/08/05
"Great Handle"
I bought this shaft at the end of the 2004 spring season. I got it for 55 bucks which was a really good value. The first time I played with it I took a huge tomahawk from a d-pole going for a ground ball. I thought for sure my shaft was broke or at least cracked but there was only a tiny dent. After the 2005 season it is still in good shape with only one noticeable dent. It is also a very light shaft while still being incredibly strong. However I would recommend a kryptolyte over the F55 because the kryptolyte is lighter and I like the kung fu grip more than the Brine classic grip.
Value 5
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 Marc (1 Reviews) 05/11/05
"Awesome, reliable, and light"
The F55 superlight is an amazing shaft for the value. After 3 years of playing with it I have about 6 good size dents and just got them this year. Amazingly light! Great overall stick.
Value 5
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 Jnyce101 (1 Reviews) 05/05/05
"The Best Shaft Ever Made!"
This shaft is so great I have had it for 4 seasons it it has only one dent that I took from a d-pole but it is barely noticeable. this shaft is lighter than all warrior, STX or harrow shafts with 10 times the strength I definitely recommend this shaft for experienced players who have superior stick skills and are able to manipulate their shafts excessively.
Value 4
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 lax dude (2 Reviews) 07/29/04
"not all that you pay for"
I've had this shaft for about 3-4 months and it gets tons of dents,dings, and scratches. Its a little stronger than alluminum shafts and alot lighter but hasn't snapped yet and is rather slippery, the end cap comes off very easily when wet and is hard to get a good grip on.
Value 4
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 lax dude (2 Reviews) 07/29/04
"Not all that you pay for"
I've had this shaft for a bout 3-4 months and it gets tons of dents dings and scratches, it's a little stronger than aluminum shafts and a lot lighter but has not snapped yet and is rather slippier, the end cap comes off very easily when wet and is hard to get a grip on.
Value 4
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 dman (1 Reviews) 04/27/04
"Dents Pretty Easily"
The F55 is a great stick. It is extremely light, just be sure to get a head that balances well with it. Checks can cause minor dents but so far it has not bent or broken. It is greatly superior to the F10 and C405 alloys.
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Brine Brine Lacrosse
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1-800-968-7845
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