I’m back at it dyeing heads and taking my meds. I don’t actually know what that means, but I am still excited to show off some new lacrosse art work. I’m not the best in the world, but I do have my own style… Click through for pictures and descriptions. You’ll enjoy it, promise.
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Connor Wilson is back with yet another round up recent MCLA and NCAA action. He also shows off 2 new dye jobs and the Upstate Top String in this action packed version of the Wheelhouse.
Taking a victory lap around the world of lax to review the weekend that was. Connor hits the high points, the low points, and everything in-between. Plus some drool worthy dye jobs.
Today’s no Fat Tuesday like in New Orleans (that’s on Feb 16th, 2010) but it’s phat here at LAS because lax season has started and the Mardi Gras Tournament is only a week away! We have so much to talk about!
Krieg Shaw takes us behind the scenes of University of Idaho men’s lacrosse throughout the 2009-2010 season. This week: punching bears, facial hair, dye jobs, and new gear.
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.
STX answers the call for gear reviews (so quickly I might add!) AND gives stuff away. Put on your sunglasses, you’ll need ‘em.
Connor Wilson chronicles his stick head dying process in preparation for the Miami Bump & Grind tourney with STX in January. This is one slick dye job.
As the regular college season winds down here in the US and the playoffs loom, it always strikes me that the laxiest part of the year is almost over – but fear not! LAS has your back and will be bringing you a ton of sweet summer content. One of the many features (including elite summer tourney coverage and a photo expose on lacrosse in Perth, Australia) will be a stringing and dyeing feature or contest.