The Top 5 Heads of 2012 have been covered. Now it’s time to take a look at FIVE heads that could see a huge rise in popularity in 2013…
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There has been some great conversation so far this year. See what interested the LAS Nation the most in 2012!
A look at the Top 5 Lacrosse Heads of 2012 based on which ones college players used the most.
We’ve got fresh new gear, tons of video, news and more in this Sunday’s Lacrosse Drop! From NYC to Philly, Turkey to Budapest, Dartmouth to Australia, and then all the way to Florida, we’ve got you covered.
It’s time for another fantastic giveaway from your favorite lacrosse website in the whole wide world!
Connor Wilson reviews the new Rabil Series Arm Guard 13s by Warrior Lacrosse. This is sure to be a popular product in 2013, but is it worth the money?
Warrior Lacrosse’s #NinjaPlease campaign has struck a serious chord in the lacrosse community and beyond. Is this a big deal? Or is it just over-sensitive hype?
Your chance to win a brand new Warrior Blade Pro X6 head!
Paul Rabil’s own equipment line is finally here. After all the hype, all the talk, and all the commercials shown repeatedly during every televised lacrosse event, PR and Warrior have released the gear. Let’s check out some shoulder pads.
Chris Rosenthall checks out the Warrior Burn Arm Pads. Will he be upgrading to a new pair, or throwing these out with next week’s garbage.
The Blade Pro X6 is the newest version of arguably the best face-off head of all time. With a few new features like Warrior’s Pro Scoop, college FOGOs and middies alike should be checking this head out.
We’ve been waiting to test out the Rabil X head since Warrior hinted at its release. Will this head be as good its namesake or will it fall short?
The Hundy gloves by Warrior Lacrosse first surfaced on the internet around the end of April, and when I first saw them, they reminded me of the Riots, so expectations were high for the Hundys!
The lacrosse related lawsuits just keep coming. Warrior hits Under Armour with a complaint surrounding patent infringement for floating cuffs on their lacrosse gloves.
For the first time in the league’s existence, Major League Lacrosse is giving manufacturers the opportunity to have their equipment on the field. What does it mean for lacrosse and the league, and what companies could benefit the most?