New Brine RP3 II Head!

Brine dropped a bomb on the Instagram world with the announcement of their new RP3 II head launching May 20th. With the original RP3 so popular among current players we are more then excited to get a closer look at the latest version. Molded for Brine Pro and 3 time MLL All-Star Rob Pannell's high performance standard, the RP3 II is sure to have some impressive specs and features. For now all of the information we have is via Brine and Rob Pannell's Instagram handles with a 3 shot pan of the new RP3 II. Screen Shot 2016-05-09 at 9.12.45 AM From the pictures of the scoop there is already some obvious new technology present. As many Instagram users have already pointed out there is some type of bar that travels through the scoop and each top string hole. However, its not obvious whether this is intended as a feature for stringing or for structural improvements. Many have already begun to comment with new top string possibilities for stringing with the added mounting point this bar creates. Screen Shot 2016-05-09 at 9.12.34 AM The inner sidewall can be seen featuring Core Tech throughout the entire side. Brine had issues with Core Tech in its beginning launches due to over use. Now Brine has dialed in this technology to create impressive strength and rigidity through out the head while reducing overall weight for the RP3 II. Screen Shot 2016-05-09 at 9.12.25 AM While looking at the throat there doesn't seem to be anything over the top. It features a pretty standard looking Brine throat similar to the King or Clutch IV with some cored out areas for more weight reduction and increased rigidity. There are some very clean looking graphics displayed on the throat with textured Brine insignia front facing and an RP3 stamp along the side. Overall this should be an impressive offering by Brine. Clearly geared towards the offensive player, the RP3 II is sure to bring fire power to any offense. It will be interesting to see what other technologies Brine has included with this head as more information becomes available. Be sure to keep an eye on Brine or Rob Pannel's Instagram handle over the next coming weeks for any more insight on the new RP3 II!

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