Brine Lacrosse Gear

Did you know that lacrosse was a Native American sport? Yup. And up until the 1950's, the only company manufacturing a lacrosse stick (a wooden one, too) was located on a Canadian Indian Reservation.

Enter Brine. Brine reinvented the modern lacrosse stick as you know it. Using a durable duPont plastic, Brine literally "broke the mold." Today, all lacrosse sticks you see mirror the original Brine lacrosse stick. Goodbye wood.

These days, Brine Lacrosse makes more than just a lacrosse stick. Cascade Lacrosse Helmets, girls' and women's lacrosse goggles and lacrosse apparel unite with Brine lacrosse balls, lacrosse sticks and more to create a product line for the modern athlete. Brine has perfected Men's and Women's lacrosse equipment. Ask Mikey Powell, the four time 1st team all-American lacrosse player. MP collaborates with Brine on style and function, creating awesome lacrosse gloves like the Brine Exodus II Lacrosse Gloves and shafts like the Brine Swizzle Scandium Lacrosse Shaft.

In 2003, Brine purchased The Crease, the lacrosse market's most respected goals and accessories company. Check out these Brine Lacrosse Goals and help improve your game. Next, Brine made footwear a priority, and New Balance noticed. New Balance bought Brine footwear in 2006, revolutionizing the lacrosse cleat footwear industry. And on our site, you'll find a huge selection of lacrosse cleats for men, women and kids. What's more, we've got new Brine lacrosse bags and dozens of lacrosse accessories.


Brine Lacrosse Gear

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