Brine Clutch X6 Unstrung Head
2012 | 9728-2
- Shipping limited to United States mailing addresses due to manufacturer imposed international policy.
- Excludes any applicable taxes and shipping costs.
- Tightest specs allowed for NCAA rules
|Specifications:||NCAA||The measurement requirements which the head meets. NCAA, NFHS or Universal measurements are the standard specifications.|
|Weight:||4.6 Ounces||The weight of the unstrung head, measured in ounces.|
|Offset:||TruOffset||How the offset of the head is formed (the method of having the top of the head sit below the throat of the head for easier ground balls).|
|Mesh:||Unstrung||(Strung heads only) The mesh type factory strung on the head.|
|Warranty:||6 Months||The period of time the product is under the manufacturer's warranty.|
ComLax Manager Kyle Minaker says: Brine has brought their most popular head to the college game! The clutch has now been reformed into the X6 family to meet the most minimal specifications for NCAA rules. The reformation has continued to keep it`s stiffness and pinched feel for those offensive geared players. Also brine has been able to keep the multiple sidewall hole option on the clutch X6, for kids to maximize string engineering to preference.
PRODUCT Q & A
is there a difference between the clutch x and the clutch x6?
The biggest difference is that the X6 is a NCCA only legal and the Clutch X is a universal head.
Date published: 2017-03-26