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 #1  Gait Silencer
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 #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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 #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 Ignite

Brine Ignite Description: Made of 7005 Alloy, delivers twice the strength of standard aluminum in a lightweight handle.

Strength: 83,000 PSI

Sizes: Att/Mid, Defense, Goalie


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Ignite Player Reviews

Value 3
 bob (1 Reviews) 06/27/08
"F Series are way better."
I had a Brine F-15 for 5 of the 6 years I have been playing lacrosse. When they came out with the ignites I was happy because I thought it would be the same as the f-15 just a different design. Well they weren't the older F-15s are 10 times better then these newer pieces of crap. When I got my ignite I played two games before it snapped. I ended up getting another one from my older cousin for free because he didnt like it either. I whacked my F-15 against the ignite and the F-15 snapped it right in half. the only damage the F-15 took was a scratch. If Brine was smart they'd go back to the F-15s. all they're doing with these new shafts is losing valuable customers. Don't get this shaft. If anything I would recommend the DB803 its way stronger then the ignite and only about 15 bucks more.
Value 1
 Nick (1 Reviews) 07/08/05
"This Shaft Is Terrible"
1 week after I got this shaft it was dented. One of my trainers from camp had this shaft to when he walked on the field it bent in half. My advice dont buy this shart it is a waste of money.
Value 2
 Steven Vander Hoek (1 Reviews) 06/08/05
I was considering getting this shaft a couple months ago, and I'm very glad I didn't. One defender on my team had it and it bent terribly in a scrimage. Another defender on my team has this shaft, but it has about 20 dents in it. Just yesterday he got one just because someone's shot hit it. I'm very glad I didn't get this shaft.
Value 5
 Pmaclaxplaya05 (2 Reviews) 06/07/05
"Brine Ignite"
I had the short pole, even though it's a pretty light stick, it was one of the weakest sticks i've ever seen/used, it was very weak and dented very easily, eventually broke.
Value 5
 Tom (1 Reviews) 05/19/05
Since I didn't have a lot of money, I bought it. It was super light shaft I had ever used and stronger than I thought. Finally it has broken after six months but it's worth buying. This lightness will make you surprise!
Value 3
 HRodLAX (2 Reviews) 05/11/05
"Brine Could Have Done Better"
I personally have a two f-15's which I love dearly and have treated me well. So, when I got a new head I bought the Ignite with it. However, the ignite is not made of the same material as the F-15. Brine reduced the amount of titanium in the alloy (it was about 3%) and made the shaft weaker. The shaft does not have the same durability that the F-15 does. After about 10 games it is a banana and has over a dozen dime to quarter sized dents. One of the F-15's I have is 4 years old and has not one dent but my 3 month old Ignite is totaled.Brine messed up big time with this one. Either pay the cash for a Optra or Supra or find a real F-15.
Value 2
 Ignite-hater (1 Reviews) 04/25/05
"Not for Defense"
Purchased 3 d-poles for our club. First weekend of use, 2 of the 3 were covered in dents. Second weekend of use 2 were broke in half. As much as retailers tell you that they are the F15 with different asthetics. It's nowhere near the quality of the F15. It is by no means anywhere as strong as the F15 but does have a decent paint job. If you want something that looks cool, then go with it. But if you don't want to send your shaft back to Brine every 2 weeks only to wait another week to get the replacement, then definately go with something else. The value is low because sure it's cheap, but shipping the shafts back and forth to Brine adds up.
Value 2
 elib (1 Reviews) 04/22/05
"Frankly, not good."
Not worth it. Got it for something like $30-40, dented badly in the first month of use. NOT as good as the F15. Seriously, I dented it on hardwood. Wood. Not metal.
Value 3
 longlivef15 (1 Reviews) 04/14/05
I play goalie and loved the F15 so I purchased the ignite. As soon as I got it, I noticed that it seemed more like an aluminum than the alloy that the f-15 was made out of. In my first scrimmage it got a large dent when I hit an attackman's shaft on my follow through on a clear. Now, several weeks into the season it has many smalled dings and is bent from checking the pipes.Not a good shaft at all. No way is it an improvement over the F15.
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Brine Brine Lacrosse
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