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Ransacking Sports Authority’s Lax Section

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Being home for the holidays means you have to go to the mall with your mom.

Luckily for me, my mom is a lacrosse coach. We headed over to Sports Authority a couple days before Christmas to grab a few gifts for my sister and dad. But don’t worry, I brought my iPhone which is so sophisticated it has a BUILT-IN CAMERA.

What follows is a tour of the Sports Authority Lacrosse Section, but before I even got there I saw this guy:

Sports Authority Lax Section Paul Rabil

Paul Rabil, repping the Hundo like it’s his job. Oh wait, it is.

Next up, the best t-shirt in the store (and I didn’t even know Nike made a generic lacrosse t-shirt):

Sports Authority Lax Section Nike Shirt

Nike impressed, then depressed. These mesh shorts are for people who like LACROSSE:

Sports Authority Lax Section Nike shorts

Okay, Nike didn’t really depress… I’m a sucker for the swoosh.

This, however, made me quiver and question someone’s taste:

Sports Authority Lax Section ugly Warrior shirt

Getting better:

Sports Authority Lax Section Warrior Shirt

I’d wear these in Tahoe:

Sports Authority Lax Section Warrior Shorts

Would 412 cover up his Pitt shirt with this hoody?

Sports Authority Lax Section Warrior sweatshirt

Of course, after looking at the clothing I turn my head right and see Portable Pong Party… Do you think the store manager meant to put this in the lacrosse aisle?

This one supports Craven‘s scruff:

A long look at gear:

…Didn’t have much interest in lime green shoulder pads. First person to email me and tell me where they are in this photo gets a t-shirt. [Editor’s note: Contest over. Congrats to K. Croken of Mountain Lakes, NJ]

And on an entirely unrelated note, after Sports Authority I met this horse:

That’s my story. A good day in Idaho. Stay classy, Lax Nation. And tell me how much you like beer pong.
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Jeff Brunelle is the founder and CEO of Lacrosse All Stars. A west coast native and product of the MCLA, Jeff moved back East after college and truly fell in love with the game. He now spends every waking moment building LaxAllStars.com and Red Label Sports from our headquarters in Boise, Idaho. Follow Jeff on Twitter and Instagram.

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