When Nike goes in, they go in big, and aim to dominate. Their cleats and uniforms can be seen on lacrosse fields near and far, and their gloves, pads, heads, and shafts are showing up more and more. Where does Nike’s Vapor Lacrosse Shaft fit in to their lacrosse investment? Find out below!
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Starting at $125, the Nike Huarache 4 LX lacrosse cleat is available in seven solid base material colors, plus for an extra few bucks, seven “chroma” colors that make the NIKEiD customizer extra fun to play with too.
Nike has been slowly getting their foot in the door for a few years now. Their explosion in popularity in the Lakota head is what helped Nike really get some exposure. Now with the Ceo U, they are looking to build on that growth. Let’s get down to brass tax with an LAS Gear Review!
I got to check out the Nike Lakota head, which has been out for a while and has emerged as a high school favorite, and I was pretty impressed with the product. It’s a really good option for a youth, high school, or post-collegiate player because it’s pretty tough, has a solid price point, and is a charm to string for the most part.
Our September content plan is off and rolling with some fantastic content surrounding everything that involves this great sport. Along with some great editorials from the likes of Connor Wilson, Jeff Brunelle, and many others, we will be unleashing plenty of Gear Reviews to get you ready to go for the season.
With the 2013 season officially over (fall ball may fall in 2013, but we see it as practice for 2014), we are taking some time to reminisce in all things 2013. When we read Michael’s post on the Top 10 Warrior Lacrosse Gloves, a question came to mind – who is the hottest manufacturer right now?
Another NFL player wearing lacrosse cleats, again from tipster Ty Stauffer! Looks to be red and white Huarache 3s for this Arizona Cardinals player. By the looks of it, it’s cornerback Patrick Peterson, #21 for the Cards.
Connor Wilson noticed that Jeremy Thompson was using an interesting one twist pita/traditional variation earlier this Summer in the MLL, and had to give it a shot and try to figure it out for himself. What do you think of his effort?
We’ve seen some pretty over the top lacrosse commercials recently. Some try to tell a story, others hit you with flashy imagery and tons of product shots. Nike Lacrosse, on the other hand, seems to be going a little more classic with their path…
Today, Forum Friday is all about the MCLA Nike Player of the Month Award and who deserves it.
Check out our TWELVE most popular posts of 2012, as viewed by you. More importantly than the articles themselves, this tells us what people are most intrigued by within the lacrosse world.
Last week’s Traditional Thursdays took a look at Billy Bitter’s Bad Boy. This week, we hop across the pond and help represent the good ol’ USA with a red, white and blue traditional.
Nike Lacrosse hosted a clinic in New York City today and Connor Wilson went to see what it was all about. He found about 150 kids playing out in the sun, some sweet new sneakers, and a lot of Grow the Game action!