Mike Gialanella is back with another amazing dye job. This time Mike has done a marble dye on a Nike Chrome Legacy. The dye is inspired by Syracuse University and the colors match up perfectly. Another impressive dye job effort.
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Justin Smith goes Code Blue, Purdue Lacrosse online store opens, Connor Wilson attempts to dye a chrome head… just another average week here at Lax All Stars.
Marble dye extraordinaire, Mike Gialanella is back with another STX masterpiece. Boo yah.
The one and only marble man himself, Mike Gialanella, is debuting this rainbow warrior on LAS. Nice.
Sickest groomsmen gift ever or sickest groomsmen gift ever?
Dyeing: I’m back at it! It’s been a while since I dyed up a spicy meatball so I’m kicking the fall off with an LMU special on a Nike 2010 Legacy. Click through for full pics.
Michael Gialanella hits us with a few heads he’s been working on lately. Colorful, quality, cool!
Brunelle shares his second ever dye job, which he’s dubbed “America’s Sweatheart.” Craven should be proud.
LAS reader, Dan WIllson, submitted some amazing photos of a pocket that I had actually never heard of. I love random lax info and thought this was definitely worth passing along. And since lacrosse and learning go hand in hand, pay attention so you can get your knowledge on, kid.
While we love to share our own dye and string jobs here at LAS, we find it even more fun to share submissions from readers! It’s always nice to open up the laptop and see sick photos from readers all lacrosse the world!
No fingernails later, Mike Tobin has himself a snazzy Dunk spoon.
The Lax gets some assistance from a loyal reader to create what could possibly be the most obnoxiously dyed head known to mankind.
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!
Ghost of the Union fights back against pink and shares his special dye job.
Never had I ever had the urge to dye a lacrosse head until I started LAS. The rest is history.