The World Lacrosse Championships always offer up some truly fantastic examples of lax gear. It’s not the point of the event, actually that’s far from it, but it is an undeniable end result. We could stick our heads in the sand like an ostrich, or we can embrace this world lacrosse championships gear on some level. It’s time for gear hugs!
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An FIL member since 1972, the Australia national team has always been a force to be reckoned with. This year, the Sharks are backed by a massive defensive unit.
A deeper look at the new CS-R helmet and how it combines the popular R shell design with the advanced technology required for proper protection and safety of youth lacrosse players.
The time has finally come for us to announce the winners of the first annual Best Bucket Awards. Come on in and meet our judges, and see which buckets they chose. You won’t believe your eyes!
It’s finally time to unveil our plans for the Best Bucket Awards and name the Ultimate Lacrosse Helmet Competition’s Grand Prize Winner!
In honor of our latest contest sponsored by Cascade, I thought it’d be fun to design my own lacrosse helmet and share it with you. It was a fun and rewarding process, to tell you the truth. There’s nothing quite like channeling your inner Bob Ross and Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor!
Got a nasty lacrosse helmet in your collection of gear? LaxAllStars.com is searching for the best and worst looking buckets in the history of mankind.
College lacrosse and accelerometers are finally coming together on a large scale. A study launched at Sacred Heart University is monitoring head impacts with accelerometers for the entire season. Along with the sensor data, the study will utilize neurocognitive measures (tests of thinking and memory), IQ scores, mood assessments, and drug dependency screens to compare to impact data and any diagnosed concussions. Many of these factors have been shown to change after a concussion, and this study will examine how changes are linked to cumulative head forces as well, measured by the helmet sensors.
I’ve gone over to Prague for the Ales Hrebesky Memorial the last two years, and as you’ve seen from our coverage, it’s an amazing event! But this year, LAS and I are looking to step up the Grow The Game effort in Europe, and we’re hoping to get some fellow American and Canadian players on board.
Gather round ladies and gentleman, it’s time for Part 2 of the MCLA Helmet Design Contest! With over 250 unique designs entered and many, many MCLA teams represented, it’s time to open up the contest for voting.
In partnership with Cascade and Maverik Lacrosse, LaxAllStars.com is excited to announce a lacrosse helmet design contest centered around something that is close to our hearts. Prior to founding Lacrosse All Stars, Jeff Brunelle and Ryan Craven both played in the MCLA, a league that is made up entirely of collegiate student athletes who pay to play.
Mike Sawyer tore it up at Loyola’s alumni game this weekend, and when he wasn’t scoring goals, he was terrifying goalies, and sometimes breaking their helmets. One of Loyola’s goalies took a Sawyer shot off the dome, and the shot actually cracked the shell of the helmet. Now THAT is some SERIOUS power!
When you’re a powerhouse team, you have the luxury of wearing whatever gear you want because you have the talent to back it up. Fortunately, the two-time defending MCLA Division II champs, the St. Thomas Tommies, decided to have stylish helmets for the 2013-2014 school year.
In today’s match-up, we pit the top two helmet manufacturers against each other to see who makes the best OVERALL offering to the Lax Nation.
Two Maryland General Assembly Delegates have introduced a bill to require girls lacrosse players under 19 to wear helmets in games and practices. This is BIG news and only the beginning of the debate.