Maverik Lacrosse announces the release of the new M3 Lacrosse Gloves, a third‐generation version of the popular Maybach gloves. Get an up close look at these state-of-the-art gloves from Evan Baker, Senior Category Manager at Maverik and Cascade.
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Each elite high school boys lacrosse player participating in the Showtime National Recruiting Spotlight received a brand new pair of Maverik M3 gloves, the third generation version of Maverik’s “Maybach” glove line. Check out the pics!
Providing a weekly rundown of the most interesting things that recently happened in the whole wide world of lacrosse, Crosse Clicks is to the lacrosse enthusiast as SparkNotes is to the above-average student!
Join us are we welcome Maverik’s newest innovation – The Optik Lacrosse Head. Featuring a lightweight design and level 2 bottom rall the Optik head is Made in the USA.
Jeff Brunelle gives us an up close and personal account of seeing the 2014 Adrenaline Black Card gloves for the first time. This year’s mitts are ROME NXT lacrosse gloves by Maverik.
Maverik Lacrosse recently teamed up with the MLL as an equipment sponsor for 2014. Here’s a peek at all the the Rome gloves released for each team.
Behold, the “Shamrock Series” uniform and equipment made especially for the University of Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team.
LAS Partner, Maverik Lacrosse, was nice enough to hook me up with a couple of their new Metrik heads to string up and I have to be honest… I’m loving how these heads string up! Whether it’s mesh or leathers, it’s an easy head to string and the Universal face shape is definitely a favorite of mine already.
After putting it through the ringer for the past few months, Mark Donahue has broken down the pros and cons of Maverik’s new elite level head, the Metrik. Read the full review to see if the Metrik is the head for you!
Peter Tumbas is at the IMLCA Coaches’ Convention in Baltimore, MD this weekend and will be reporting on the convention scene later in the coming week. For now, enjoy some photos of the upcoming gear for college teams in 2014 that is on display.
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.
I went over to Maverik’s office in NYC and met up with Kyle Sweeney to drop off a newly strung Pita pocket. Kyle decided to test it out a bit in the bullpen, and he was nailing pipes and corners from the get go. He’s a pro. No shocker there.
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.
From gloves and helmets to uniforms and apparel, FactoryCustom.com serves as a great tool for outfitting a lacrosse team head to toe. Recently, Billy Bitter used it to create a variety of design options for our NCAA partner teams. Below is a look at the near-final ROME NXT lacrosse glove designs each team will be rocking this year.
Earlier today, Maverik Lacrosse (an LAS sponsor) announced the release of its first ever line of women’s equipment and apparel. Development of the new product line was led by former Northwestern standout Aly Josephs who is now the Category Manager for Maverik Women’s Lacrosse.