We’ve been hearing whispers for a while now, and then we heard some not so quiet noise, and now we’ve confirmed it: Reebok is dropping team sports from their focus, and this means lacrosse at RBK is going the way of the dodo. In other words, Reebok is done with lacrosse.
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Welcome to another great edition of Crosse Clicks! We find the best links, video, photos, and news and cram it all into one post. On Wednesdays we cover the college game, on Mondays we hit up everything else!
Top flight college athletics teams are now the advertising mecca for sports equipment manufacturers. It’s cheap, easy and gets you tons of exposure. But does it really help the teams? Will it work in Lacrosse? Is it fair to the students?
Do lacrosse players use performance enhancing drugs? Simple question, complicated answer. Plus plenty of lax links to check out while you’re drinking your morning coffee.
More Lacrosse Drop means more uniforms suggestions, inspiring stories, stick stringing, lacrosse photos and video, commentary, links and awesomeness. Get low. GBs are right around the corner.
I’m not the only one with new gear ideas. See what else is floating around out there in people’s heads!
Fresh new gear. All the time. It’s the lax life, no doubt.
The fall is the best time for lacrosse companies to experiment and get their product all set for the upcoming indoor and spring outdoor seasons. If this reads like a NY Times trends piece, I apologize.
Reebok sent over some more 2011 gear for LAS to check out and review. Connor Wilson gives his take on how things are shaping up out of Canton, MA. So far, it’s looking good!
Lacrosse news & notes. It really doesn’t get much better.
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!
Wilson fills us in on all swag he’s on the hunt for this summer. Gear, threads, eye wear… Gotta look good to play good, right?
We carry on with the LAS/412 Gear Review series and get Connor Wilson to test drive heads from Reebok, Nike, and Brine.
When someone is paid to pimp a product, can you really trust them? Wouldn’t an honest review be more convincing? The answers after the jump…
The big three, Adidas, Nike and Reebok, are all getting into the lax game at a rapid pace. What strategies are they using to try to dominate the market?