Connor Wilson is back with a summer style checkin. Most of the gear is of the on the field variety but that IS the most important part of lax fashion so let’s get right into it!
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The Lax answers the call for summer booty.
Wilson fills us in on all swag he’s on the hunt for this summer. Gear, threads, eye wear… Gotta look good to play good, right?
Boathouse hooked LAS up with a sweet new reversible, NCAA Championship tix, plus news and notes as always.
Does Connor Wilson ever sleep? Or does he just test lax gear all day and night? Either way reap the benefits because he’s gone and graded more equipment so you know what to rep.
We carry on with the LAS/412 Gear Review series and get Connor Wilson to test drive heads from Reebok, Nike, and Brine.
Pete Tumbas and Connor Wilson have combined to produce the greatest gear review series known to man. In this edition Pete takes a look at the Brine Vengeance and Shakedown. How do they stack up?
After 2 or 3 nights of drinking and 3 days of lax, the Miami Bump & Grind Tourney finished up on Sunday, January 24th with the playoffs and crowning of a Champion.
Connor Wilson talks colored heads, the evolution on lacrosse gear manufacturing, and (most importantly) why you should be learning to dye your own head. The LAS stick doctor is holding office hours so turn your head and cough because this is going to be a thorough examination.
With an Ivy League title in mind, the Brown Bears are ready to take it to 2010. Today’s Fireside Chat is with Rob Schlesinger, one of the most tenacious offensive players on the squad. Check out some serious highlights and find out what he and the Bears are looking forward to this season.
As usual, LAS is pleased to serve up the Lax Nation with a heaping pile of links every glorious Saturday… Read on for some of the best that this amazing thing called the “internet” has to offer.
As the great Bob Dylan said, “the times, and the width of lacrosse heads, they are a-changin’. What will the new 2010 NCAA head regulations bring? Connor Wilson gets the conversation started in what is sure to be a hot topic on LAS all year long.