Free Stuff: LacrosseWear Gear Bag Giveaway!

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We’ve got a top notch gear bag to give away from LacrosseWear down in Florida and we’re excited to be able to showcase their new product!  LacrosseWear has been in the Shorts, shooters and t-shirt game for a while now.  It all started in Bo Lamon’s apartment a number of years back, but if you go to his store in Coconut Creek, Florida and get a tour of the production area, you’d never know he started in such humble beginnings.  LW has started making Voyager team bags, and just like everything else, they do, the bags scream LAX!!!!  This is the kind of bag you can fit all your gear in and be prepared for anything.

The bags are 42″ long and offer the ability to be customized with different side panel colors available.  The side panels can also be screenprinted or embroidered.  The bags retail starting at $70, so this is already a great giveaway!

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The bag and nothing but the bag.

They sent the bag to Connor Wilson to check it out first and now that he’s had his fill, we’re giving it away.  Of course, we’re not JUST giving away this excellent bag all on its own either… it will be stuffed with some other goodies as well (why else would you need a bag but for swag?) because we’re nice like that!

Curious about how big the bag is?  These photos should take care of that!

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Now the bag is FULL of gear. Don't believe us?
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Gear explosion! LacrosseWear bag held it all!
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That's some sweet swag! The winner's extra swag will be a surprise!

Connor fit 2 helemts, 2 pairs of gloves, 4 short sticks, a pair of cleats, a pair of turfs, 3 pairs of arm pads, shoulder pads, rib pads, a cup, two jerseys, two pairs of shorts, socks, and STILL had room for more.  If it can hold all of Connor’s gear, it can hold all of yours!

The bag features a separate stick compartment on the bottom, a LARGE shoe/cleat compartment at one end, a clear oval for team logos on the other end on top of a smaller end pocket, a BIG center compartment, and two long skinny pockets on either side.  The sticks fit in no problem and Connor said he probably could have thrown in another set of equipment.  Three sets in one bag?  That’s space right there.

Like we said above, the additional swag we include will be a total surprise, and the better the winning entry is, the better the swag will be!  Pretty simple, right?

Now how do you win this bag (and bag swag)?  Simple.  In the comments, tell us what YOU want to see in a gear bag!  LacrosseWear would love to hear your suggestions on how to make a product better so the best suggestion gets the bag, and all the goodies hidden inside.

Be creative, come up with as many recommendations as you can and stay positive!  The comment must be made at the bottom of this post and you have until the end of Friday to comment on the post!  You can also like a comment through our commenting system so if you can get your friends to “like” your comment on this page, that will only help!

LacrosseWear came to us because they know our readers are the most engaged and intelligent on the internet.  Prove to them that they made the right choice and get down with yo’ bad selves!

Call LacrosseWear for custom bags at 954.429.1091!!!!  Now get to commenting and WINNING.

NOTE: We are NOT giving away all of Connor’s gear in the pictures.  That would be TOO ridiculous.

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  1. I want one simple thing, a bag that can hold a d-pole efficiently. I have a Harrow Blitz and I love it, but it has these two little stick holders that don’t work. Before it I had the Warrior Shuttle bag and it had the same problem. If companies can inject gas into a head to make it lighter, then we should be able to find some method of holding a pole. maybe three straps on the outside. two that wrap around and fasten to the sidewalls of your head and then one on the other end to go around the shaft.
    another thing, make a bag that is completely water proof. screw ventilation, lax bags are always gonna be smelly, it is what it is, but i’d rather my gear smelled like sweat than like sweat and mildew. I live in the Pac NW and waterproof would be a pretty awesome thing.

  2. alright since the bag is already swagnificent the only additions must be absurd. I wanna see a mini waterproof cooler to hold “beverages” for in between summer ball games. Throw a battery powered speaker system to the side of the bag, similar to a jammy pack. Add a few more customizable color zones with a little more modern graphics. No team wants to be reppin the same bag as another team, more customizable, THE BETTER! Add a couple zipper sacks to the inside, one especially for balls, one for string kits, and another for stuff like screwdrivers and tape. I got nothing else. Keep up the good work guys! (p.s. I play with a couple guys that played for FSC (cam holding DJ lubs) if that helps anything ha)

  3. The bad looks amazing!
    What I would say could be added (unless its there and I am just missing seeing it) would be some warm-up/practice swag.
    Like maybe something from Under Armor.
    Could also go the route of some lacrosse t-shirts and maybe a hat or jacket.
    Besides that it looks pretty much solid!
    Great job!

  4. The one thing i would like to see in this bag would be…. A MIDGET, sorry i mean little people, i dont mean to offend anyone, but little people are about 42″ long and so is this bag, what better fit for it then a bag sized human? But not only would i want a midget, i would want my midget decked out in full LAS gear, that way i could match him since i just hooked myself up with all the latest LAS gear from the website!

  5. This is a sick bag it almost has it all. Having an ipod pocket with a little hole so you can listen while carrying the bag would be sweet. I would get a lot of use out of this bag with all the traveling my college club team does.

  6. More than anything, make sure that whatever material you are using is resitant to being thrown around, stuffed with gear, mishandled, constantly re-opened and zipped up in a way it holds more than a season.
    Pay special attention to the zipper and zipline, they need to be sturdy as heck.

    Also, a lacrosse bag doesn’t need too many compartments.
    If you put in extra fancy-schmancy compartments, have one for sweaty/rainy/wet socks, shooting shirts etc. And one for stringing material. And one for my shades.

    I don’t know how feasible the next point is, but if you can make the bag machine washable – boom, there goes the smell issue!

    The more I think about it though, the company logo DEMANDS a compartment for my shades!

  7. First, our club’s high school team is outfitted in LacrosseWear jerseys and shorts. The quality is amazing, their service is first rate and their turn time from order is excellent. We also have coaches’ polo shirts, fleece jackets and windbreakers from them and they hold up. Had my fleece for years now.

    I would definitely like to see the bags have a cooler compartment. We play in Nebraska and occasionally Kansas City. It gets flippin’ hot out here in the summer. It would be nice to roll off the field and reach into your bag for that “six pack of bee….I mean, soda” that isn’t lukewarm and nasty. I think the space that the extra helmet took up should accommodate that!

  8. hook it up LAS!!!! Carrying all my gear on my short stick is not an easy, comfortable way to get it around. Plus after our most recent game (a win over University of Pacific) it RAINED and so i had to carry all my wet gear on my back to the car, which then in turn got my car all gross…long story short, a bag would be the perfect final piece to my LAX puzzle!!! show some love to the Central Valley!!!! Central Cal Lacrosse, Fresno State!!!!

  9. I know there are bags out there that feature this but make your bag “backpack-able” as well as a separate compartment for my helmet so my smelly gloves and elbow pads don’t rub off on my helmet.

  10. My ideal bag would have reathable water-resistant materials, durable corners on the base that can hold up in airports, comfortable straps, a couple zip pockets. I would really appreciate a pocket that might be a better place to keep stringing supplies than just floating freely.

    I’m also looking for the smallest bag I can find that can fit 2 helmets, cleats, turfs, 2 pairs of gloves, and three pairs of armpads. It’s honestly not that much stuff.

  11. How about a bag with a see thru compartment for a few screws and helmet parts. Have an elastic strap to hold a little battery operated screwdriver. Make it wide enough for a back up goalie head and have one end where the liner can be pulled out a little to dump mud from dirty cleats. A not to obvious pocket in a place for keys and wallet. A pocket for tape, string and mouthguards. Sell it with a matching towel bundled to it to protect your car seat from your nasty smell after playing. That is a mom’s perfect gear bag for her player.

  12. The bag appears a very pleasing shade of blue :D, so the color is not something needing to be changed. The compartments seem well organized. Is the material odor resistant?, if not maybe that’s something to think about. Waterproof. Wheels so you don’t have to lug your bag around the airport. Maybe if it had a built in screw driver and lighter on the outside that would be pretty cool. Mini Cooler. I use a backpack for my gear and many of my teammates have custom bags. None from LacrosseWear so I’m sure I’d put them all to shame…if I were to win. Apart from all of that this is a sweet bag and it looks comfortable!

  13. i want a bag that is weather resistant and also can hold all my gear plus stringing materials. i’m my teams stick doctor so every game i have to bring scizzors, a lighter, spools of sidewall and shooters plus a screw driver. one big pocket is nice but if there was some type of compartment that i could keep extra small stuff in that would be great. and also keep going with weather resistant.

  14. Gear bags should be able to efficiently carry all of a players equipment without the player getting tired from carrying it before/after practice. It should have room to put everything, including a small plastic container built in that will enable a player to carry his/her mouth guard, tape, various types of stringing equipment, and (water-proof, of course). The ideal bag would be able to keep everything ventilated and fresh-smelling, but be only ventilated on the bottom making it essentially water-proof. Also, I would like to have wheels for long distance transportation like at an airport. Now it doesn’t need 100 compartments, just a large one for everything, with the mouth-guard pocket, as stated above, on the side. Also, you want comfortable carrying handles. The bag could even have straps located on the bottom of the bag that would enable a player to carry his/her stick without it getting in the way while carrying it. If that player doesn’t like that (maybe because when the bag is put down it will be crushed between the bag and the ground) then there will also be straps on the top/sides of the bag. You can also have any logo/color customizations on the bag.

    Now if that isn’t swag, I don’t know what is

  15. I want Charlie Sheen in my bag.

    And the bag appears amazing if it can hold all of that. All the gear I’ve ever owned is less than that. I Just think they should put their logo bigger on the side. Something that says something and catches the eye. It would also be great advertising for them! Water proof would be cool, because I play in Louisiana and it gets hot, funky and humid. Thanks!

  16. The most outrageous, coolest bag ever: This bag is like a small, plastic cooler inside of a bag, you still with me? It would be air/water tight. It would have a hole on either sides (with caps on them, obviously). You grab a hose and screw it into the hole of the bag, and then turn it on. Let it flow with water, and then turn the hose off. The bag then does the rest. It uses a high-powered, high-quality ventilation system to dry the gear, without ruining the pads. It will then spray a light air-freshener onto the gear. Your gear is now clean. (It will also have numerous compartments for various other things, including a slit on the side of the bag that allows you to have all of your shaft inside, but your head exposed)

    Now THAT is swag.

  17. I think there’s one thing that would put any bag above any of their competitors… a built in ice chest. What’s better after a long practice or game (for those of us over 21) but a cold beer? A sewn in soft body ice chest would be perfect for keeping that beer, water or gatorade cold. It would need to be inside the main compartment and discreet so that the benchwarmers wouldn’t jack your beer while you’re playing.

  18. Defensemen: what about flying with a pole as checked luggage? How in the wide-wide world of sports are we supposed to keep our spoons safe and secure from the gorillas that handle luggage? Any ideas welcome. A rifle case by a vendor like Pelican Cases would be perfect for the shorties, but I haven’t found anything long enough for a pole.

  19. Alight lax bros and lax fanatics, here is my opinion. I wanna see a bag that can both fit my attack sticks inside the bag itself, possibly in there own compartment separate from the area for pads and helmets. I also like the idea a clamp or someway to attack my d-pole to the outside of this amazing bag. I hate having to have two separate bags for my poles and my pads. It causes much hassle and, lets be honest, it definitely doesn’t ad to your swag to be clumsily trying to carry two enormous sacs of equipment. In addition, you can never have to many pockets. Different sized pockets are nice so I don’t have to search for a screw driver for 10 minutes on the sideline during practice. Ventilation is key cuz no one wants a mildewed and grass-clump filled gear bag.
    If this bag came true its would be amazing. Peace LAS

  20. Okay…this bag first of all needs to be swagged to the max. It needs to be able to comfortably fit at least three sticks in a separate compartment from the pads; however, the heads should be in a separate section of the compartment so that in the event of rain the heads stay dry. Also, the entire bag should be completely waterproof. In the main section of the bag, have dividers going across it lengthwise so that your gear does not shift when carrying it. I would say one compartment big enough to hold your game-day gloves and your practice gloves, one compartment for your shoulder pads and elbow pads, one for the helmet, and one more compartment. The other compartment has a zip-close top (basically a box) to hold all your flow-society shorts, adrenaline socks, game-day jerseys, and pennys. On the lining of the interior, have multiple zip-close pockets for your shades, phone, screwdriver, whatever you need to have handy (maybe a pocket pounder). The ends need to have a pocket designed for cleats: water-tight from the other parts of the bag so wet cleats do not penetrate to your gear, and it needs to be ventilated to prevent mildew. Finally…the bag just needs to be SWAG: enough said.

    -Lacrosse is more than a game, it’s a lifestyle.

  21. The wheels are an excellent idea. Antimicrobial laced material would be key. Also, having a removeable backpack strap option would be great for a bigger guy like myself to heft it to that far off field we are stuck on. As far as swag, you know I’m all about the kids. Should I be chosen, please send whatever you have laying around that my 10-11 year old team will dig. Maybe one 3xl hoodie for me. #thisisreal

  22. So a week ago “I” (I use I very loosely) lost my lacrosse bag with my gloves and 7 lacrosse balls (and my laptop charger but i didnt care much about that). I was really upset because to me those lacrosse items meant a lot to me. So I just want a bag that is so amazing that no one would lose it, not me or any friends. So great that it wouldn’t leave my sight. So big it could hold my stick and my lacrosse gear! At this point I just need a bag, I miss my old one haha. My new one isn’t doing its job and I really don’t want to buy new lacrosse gloves! Lacrosse made high school special to me!
    Thanks! I could really use this

    • Oh and as far as design goes I think that it should seem small but continue to get larger as it fills up. Also wheels because it might get to heavy and a cool sash for a lacrosse stick! Sort of like a balloon!

  23. It’s all about simplicity with a little bit of swag. From the outside I want something classy that won’t out preform what I pull out of the bag when I get to the field. Nothing wrong with decals, numbers, and names but I don’t want people to think I’m part of some rainbow juicy fruity team. I think the real swag should be for the bro not for the gazer, realistically a small insulated pocket to keep a drink cold, waterproof pocket for wallet and cell phone, small pocket for mouthpiece, not so realistic but wishful thinking, iPod hook up with build in speakers, mirror in bottom of bag so you can make sure flow is in proper place, part time shoe shiner to make sure the kicks are always fresh, and of course deodorizer to keep that baby smelling SO FRESH and SO CLEAN!!!

  24. The perfect bag would weigh literally nothing and when u put all of ur gear in at tournaments ur shoulder wouldn’t hurt at all. Also ba bag with wheels would be nice that way u could get around with ease. It would also need to be able to carry all of ur basic pads and the still have room for a good couple packs of balls and atleast w rolls of tape and a knife to make ur butts solid butts, and a good pocket pounder. Also a sperate helment capartment so it doesn’t hurt ur back. Its Also needs a big side pocket for all ur jerseys and pennies. It would be sick if it had it’s own febrese ginda endless smell so everything wouldn’t smell like elephant pooh!

  25. First off it needs to be weatherproof to fight against the rain, heat, and cold.
    * a padded area for our helmets
    * a side pocket for your cup
    * a waterproof pocket for cellphones, i-pods, etc.
    * a ventilation area for shoes and cleats
    * a pocket you can tighten for your pennies, socks, shorts, shooters, and other clothes
    * two softgood areas for snacks and powerbars and then one for balls, mess, taped and other stick needs
    * padded straps for holden and carrying around the bad
    * a large area for the rest of the pads
    Finally customization is key to stand out of your fellow laxers and inside they bag they would be tickets for the NCAA lacrosse championship

  26. My perfect bag would be a bag that weighs absolutely nothing and has enough room to it two of everything in it, that way u don’t have to bring a string bag for your balls tape and extra shooters and stuff. Enough room so you can get a couple six packs of balls in there and like four rolls of tape so u can make some solid butts. Also it would need a pretty big side pocket for all of your pennies and jerseys. Also it would be nice if it had wheels that way u could get around with ease. And it would be ready sick if the bag came with a endless febrease kinda tropic smell to give it the ultimate swag, and none of your gear would smell like cat piss!

  27. My perfect bag would be a bag that weighs absolutely nothing and has enough room to it two of everything in it, that way u don’t have to bring a string bag for your balls tape and extra shooters and stuff. Enough room so you can get a couple six packs of balls in there and like four rolls of tape so u can make some solid butts. Also it would need a pretty big side pocket for all of your pennies and jerseys. Also it would be nice if it had wheels that way u could get around with ease. And it would be ready sick if the bag came with a endless febrease kinda tropic smell to give it the ultimate swag, and none of your gear would smell like cat piss!

  28. So sweet. I really need some gear especially since my stick is terrible. Ive always loved the assault gloves but I can’t nearly afford them. Too expensive :( but if I won this I would be the envy of the team! Besides I need a lacrosse bag that is a lot smaller than the one I have right now, Its so big I could probably fit like 3 full sized lacrosse players in there hahaha. Thanks for the opportunity

  29. WhatI would like to see in the gear bag? Some assault gloves, brand new lacrosse cleats to replace my 2 year old cleats, a new lacrosse stick so I can stop using the one I am using right now or at least so I can have a backup, some fresh looking and protective shoulder pads, possibly some sick navy blue assault arm guards to fit in with my team’s colors, a new helmet to replace the one I use right now( my brother’s old one… It’s like 12 years old -_-) some sweet tees so I can strut my new found SWAG, some lax shorts to that my African-American hair will grow out and become lushious flow, and some high socks so my opponents will fear me. Is it wrong to say that I am in love with this sport?

  30. Completely waterproof and anti-microbial are two huge points that should be stressed. What good is a cell phone/i-pod pocket if water is going to get in, even if the bag is closed. A velcro strap inside one end of the bag could be attached around the cage of the helmet, which would keep gear from sliding around once you start carrying the bag, whether you carry it across your side or over both shoulders like a giant back pack. I would also suggest padding the two straps, for those of us who do carry it like a backpack. You could also have a velcro strap on the outside of the bag, at the end of the stick pouch…velcro wont rust and will last longer than plastic, and it would allow d poles to be secured to the bag while still keeping the heads covered and dry inside the stick pocket. Reinforced pockets inside the bag would allow screwdrivers to be kept in the bag without ripping through the interior pockets. Keep the interior dividers to a minimum, because everyones gear is different. A large exterior pocket, with venting, would be for clothing…pinnies, shorts, socks, etc., and would keep your clothing from smelling like the rest of your gear immediately. Cleat/shoe pocket with separate ventilation is also key. Have tried a bag with wheels, which may work great in an airport, but SUCK on a grass field…the wheels fill up with grass and dirt and stop turning…and the frame of the bag is not strong enough to keep the bag from folding as it is pulled.

  31. A sweet bag of gear would have multiple things. First, a cleat compartment that can be popped out for easy cleaning. Secondly, a freshly scented compartment (cleverly called the glove box) that holds your gloves. Third, a huge center compartment for all the not cleats/gloves. Fourth, a ball rack that counts how many balls are taken out so the other kids stop stealing your f****** balls. And fifth, bose sounddock speakers. How can you lax if you aren’t sufficiently hype on loud music?

  32. Dividers.

    Make it possible to have dividers inside the bag so we can divide our gear up to balance out the weight. What usually happens with my bag is I throw all my gear in and it all shifts to one end of the bag.

    If you guys could include some velcro with two/three dividers where we can adjust them by sliding them around to separate our gear that would be cool. I’ll be able to keep my helmet in the far right, cleats in the far left, shoulder pads in the middle along with gloves and shoulder pads.

    Also, have a small outside pocket made just for cell phones (small pocket). Have it padded with soft material in the inside. By having a pocket just for cell phones it will prevent getting it scratched up from being inside pockets with our keys, wallets, miscellaneous things since it may get tossed around inside.

  33. A gear bag should be as light as possible to start with but strong enough to hold the gear. It should have a main compartment that will hold all your lax gear. It should have a water bottle compartment to the side and it should be water proof. I had a water bottle open up in my bag once and it wasnt fun. It should have three straps so that you have the choice to carry it like a back pack or a side duffle bag. The bag should have some sort of material that keeps the backpack from smelling like sweat and last but not least it should have a big lacrosseWear logo so every one knows what the new swag is from.

  34. i played lax for a while and there are a few things that i look for in a bag. a padded shoulder strap, a separate compartment for wet/dirty clothes (that way dirty stays away from clean). A small inner zipper compartment for valuables i.e. wallet, ipod, phone, etc. A lost and found tag, because i have lost my bag in past. a storage compartment for balls. IT HAS TO BE COMPLETELY WASHABLE, at the end of the season my bag smells like man. Last but not least can there be an item on the zipper, that as soon as you see it everyone knows that its a voyager bag i.e. a mini pocket pounder, distress whistle, cleat screw, lw logo

  35. I am a starting lacrosse player, and I am really starting to like the sport. I want to play for my high school team, but I need some gear. My parents are apprehensive, but if I got this I’m sure they would let me try out at least. What I want in the bag is enough gear to last me for this upcoming lacrosse season. Helmet, pads, a stick (Defensive). And the lax bag just makes it all the better to carry it around. 

  36. BAG SWAGG BAG SWAGG BAG SWAGG!!! I will rock this bag and drop this bag and flop this bag with this flow. If I had it I would stand tall while throwin that ball, rippin that duck all day long and singin this silly song, to show that I have flow with this bag I must go. Starting out with that, I run this town with all the bag swagg with my hat and you know its a snapback. And that is how I will end this rap.

  37. I would like to see a pair of maverick rome gloves, a pair of nike Vapor Elite gloves, a white pro 7 bucket, a pair of brine king elbow pads, a STX proton power on a warrior bling or a evo pro 2.0 on a bling, and a reebok reezigs in any colour.  Thanks for the opportunity, hoping for the win
    cheers, Luke  

  38. you should make a little thing in the bag  that absorbs the smell in the bag and lets go fragrances so my bag wont smell so bad and also on the strap thing have more padding i hate when my bags strap is annoying another big thing to is waterproof hope i win

  39. Just because i’m a goalie and i love being a goalie i think i should say there should be a neck guard, reinforced thumb goalie gloves, thigh pads, and possibly a goalie chest protector and maybe if there was like a glove insert that makes it so that they don’t stick and get nasty and make your hands smell nasty. maybe on the side of the bag you could put a strap for a goalie stick and on the bag you could out two backpack like straps with pads so u could carry it on your back should also have reinforced stitching because after awhile of being stuffed tossed and carried the seams might start to bust. and i also like the idea of having a tag that has your name on it so you can identify whose bag it is and if lost it can be returned to the correct owner. There should also be a set of shooting string and maybe some extra mesh and sidewall string because i’m a 15 yr old high school player and of all people i know that fads change one day green might be a cool color the next blue so it might be a good idea if there are extra strings i believe that’s all the ideas i have thanks for reading my ideas

  40. I think it would be really cool if instead of a big pocket in the middle there were divided sections for arm guards, gloves, helmet, and chest pads(Kind of like those food plates with different sections).  A different pocket for muddy cleats.  I would also like to see padded sides on the bag because my bag has a stick pocket on the side but when i carry it around the shaft irritates my side.  A pocket for balls would be nice because I’m always searching my bag for mine.  Also a pocket for tape, sidewall, shooters, mesh and other things like that. Another pocket with a tough lining to protect valuables.  I’ve also always liked double zippers on the main pocket just in case one of them gets jammed.  Some kind of scent things to make it smell good.  Another pocket for cloths.  Shoulder straps are always good.It would also be nice if there was some sort of thermal waterproof pocket that you could put ice and a drink into so you would always have a cold drink.  My last idea would be speakers in the side to plug your music player into with a pocket on the inside to hold your music player.  That is it thank you.

  41. With a any LAX bag, you take it everywhere in every weather with everything (and a little extra) in it you need for that game/practice/wall ball/whatever. For the past season I have been looking for a bag, not just any bag, but one that can suffice my equipment overload since I am a girl’s lacrosse goalie. So I will start off with the smaller details.
     The Straps:  A good bag has multiple straps, but a great bag has many straps that adjust to the player, like attachable straps to wear it like a backpack, or sling over your shoulder, or just to hold with you hands. Weight: simply light as possible because we already have enough weight to put in it. Resistance: RAIN always gets into bags somehow. It needs to resist the weather because we all like our equipment and phones to stay dry whatever pocket they are in.Pockets: A helmet specific pocket would be nice, or even a collapsible pocket for when you travel heavy to put more stuff in. (I wouldn’t mind a helmet itself in a bag seeing as my is a hand-me-down). Separate pockets for clothing and shoes. and the after game things like towels, sandals, deodorant etc.Zippers: In my bulging bags, my zipper has broken many times, so a strong reinforced zipper would be nice(that also prevents rain coming in)Cooler: If I accidentally leave my water bottle in my bag, not only does it get warm fast, it sweats; so a nice little separate pocket would be handy for that purpose.Customize: For all teams, putting their name on something is great, but being able to show it off and take pride in it is amazing. Whether it be the name of the team, their colors or their mascot and their number, customizing is a must! (limited on the restrictions please!)Air Vents: This could conflict with the weather proof idea, but something to keep out the lacrosse player stank! No matter what I do sometimes, I can always smell the last game in my bag. Protection: Bags need to have a little padding too, because those loose balls that get lost will hit your bag and could damage something on the inside.Sticks Pocket: I have multiple sticks for backup and it is a struggle to carry them all around. So maybe an adjustable multiple pockets for your sticks that will hold them tight. Also the straps need to be padded for everyone’s comfortGender Specific: Girls need bags too, so maybe a smaller version of this bag would be nice to have available.Position shifting: For any player customization, becoming specifically for a goalie with their huge head and extra stick or a defender with their long shaft and their equipment.Shutouts: what all goalies need, but in a bag!Greatness: going with the Olympic spirit, I would love to open a bag and find greatness.All in all, A bag that can be there for it owners in every season, whether it is on it owner’s back or waiting for the next season is what I want to see in a bag.

  42. I have played lacrosse for 7 years now, but sadly have never had the money to buy gear of my own besides my single stick, gloves, and arm pads. I would love to finally be able to own my own gear as I am starting highschool this year. I really like the epoch dragonfly c30 and the thompson lacrosse head. I really like to string sticks. I have strung all my friends sticks. I like the sisu mouthguard and Nike huarache 4 cleats. I would love an odor gladiator and a cascade cpxr helmet in navy blue. I would also love a pair of Maveric Rome gloves and a warrior evo x head. I really would like a pair of shoulder pads of my own. All of this in a bag would be the coolest thing ever. I always wear my laxallstars grow the game bracelet everywhere that I go. Thanks you so much for the oportunity to own some gear and would be so happy if I won.-Bennett