Army Brine King IV Team Gloves 2013


These are the new team gloves for the Army Lacrosse team this season. The gloves are from the KING IV line from Brine. White colorway accompanied by Black and Gold accents. Army insignia displayed on cuff.

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Wesley Lacrosse Gear 2013


Wesley Lacrosse (DIII, CAC) will be wearing new gear this year. The gloves are brand new custom Brine King Superlights with “WC” on them. The Elbow pads are Brine Triumphs. Read More…

Posted in: Arm Pads, Brine

Brine King IV Glove Now Available


The ultimate experience in fit, protection and performance is back in the all new Brine King IV glove. New “Skylight” fingers are a new lightweight protective technology that features ABS caps on each finger break giving max protection against hard stick checks. Read More…

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Brine Eraser II Body Pad — Goalie Equipment


Brine rolls out a chest protector 25% lighter than the original Eraser Body Pad. Eraser II features a new Dual-Strapping system helping cinch the pad closer to the body, improving arm and hand movement. The new anatomical pattern helps improve flex on low saves and prevents bunching near the throat which if you play goalie you know how annoying that can be. High impact absorbing memory foam construction throughout and a internal cap system in the high sensitivity chest zone. Preferred Body Pad of MLL and Collegiate goalies.

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UCLA Lacrosse Brine King IV Gloves


UCLA released their 2013 King IV gloves last week and we wanted to make sure you get a good look at the gear. These gloves will be on display as the Bruins play at the Las Vegas Lacrosse Showcase next weekend. Read More…

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2013 Brine LOPRO Superlight Arm Guard

2013 Brine LOPRO Superlight Arm Guard

Take the bite out of lightweight with the Brine LOPRO SL Arm Guard. Score the legendary LOPRO arm flexibility with the added protection of a hard elbow cap. Lightweight, 5.4 oz, compression padding gives developing offensive players the security they need to drive to the net, while Grid Flex lets the pad contour to your body for maximum agility and response. Read More…

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Brine King IV Arm Pad 2013


The Brine King IV Arm Pad saves the weight, yet keeps the protection. It’s 20% lighter than the King III Arm Pad, the IV clocks in as the new force in low profile protection. 2-piece compression construction with compression cap delivers the fit and comfort demanded by elite players. And, it has a full-length contour mesh sleeve with gel print for form-fitting flexibility, without slippage. Read More…

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Lizards Head Coach Joe Spallina Named Brine Coach of the Year


BOSTON, Mass.– Major League Lacrosse, the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, announced Wednesday that Long Island Lizards Coach Joe Spallina has been named as the 2012 Brine MLL Coach of the Year, according to MLL Commissioner David Gross. The award was based on the votes submitted by the head coaches and general manager of each of the League’s eight teams. Read More…

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Brine Marble Green Clutch


Available for a limited time only. Brine is offering the clutch in Marble mix colors. Today, we are showing you the Marble Green Clutch colorway. The Marble mix colors are molded directly into the head during production so the color will never chip or wear off. No two heads are alike because the swirling process is completely random. Available in High School spec only.

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2,250 Players and Coaches Expected for the 7th Annual Brine Lake Erie Lacrosse Showcase and Festival


BUFFALO, N.Y. – June 14, 2012 – On June 16 and 17, the 7th annual Lake Erie Lacrosse Showcase and Festival will bring 75 youth teams from New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Ontario, and Atlanta to town. The tournament, which is coordinated by Chris Burdick, Mike Carbery of Medaille College and Michael Wright of the Buffalo Lacrosse Academy, will take place at Old Fort Niagara State Park in Youngstown, N.Y. Read More…

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