A new player would have to spend over $600 to play this game; and that doesn’t include footwear, a backup stick, team fees, travel, etc. Those of us who are fortunate enough to be able to afford all the equipment should really put this game in perspective.
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As usual, LAS is pleased to serve up the Lax Nation with a heaping pile of links every glorious Saturday… Read on for some of the best that this amazing thing called the “internet” has to offer.
Mocking earnest 12 year olds, checking out Maverik’s new home, pondering exotic diseases, and wondering why winner’s always win. The perfect way to end a week. Get fed.
Warrior announces they’ll be producing cleats in memory of Team USA and Middlebury College manager Pete Kohn.
STX announces the RTD design contest winner, LXM PRO books Akon…
What ever happened to being “blue collar”? Getting handy has gone the way of the dodo both in society and in lacrosse.
Maybe it’s the pockets. Maybe it’s the flashy jerseys. Over the past few years LacrosseWear has become a true leader in the uni department. We sat down the Founder of LW to learn how it all started and find out where he thinks this great sport is headed.
Max Seibald is rocking a woody and so is Connor Wilson. Should you?
The US Men’s Lacrosse Team has switched sponsors again, going back to Warrior from STX. The agreement for sponsorship will span a 6 year time frame. Connor Wilson shares his thoughts on the news…
Last week the University at Albany men’s lacrosse team signed a deal with Maverik Lacrosse. We saw the mockup, but now feast your eyes on the new sample. Check it out and take your pick.
“Back to school. Back to school, to prove to Dad that I’m not a fool. I got my lunch packed up, my boots tied tight, I hope I don’t get in a fight.” That’s right. Connor Wilson is here to get you caught up on all the lax news going on as fall ball arrives.
If you haven’t heard of Lax Wraps yet, you probably will soon. The product allows a player to completely customize their shaft. Think Fathead, but for your stick.
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?
Connor Martin is back at it again. This time it’s a commercial for MCLA The Lag Mag and a segment for “Warrior News.” Check ‘em.
An in-depth review of the Woozles Lacrosse Club jerseys provided by LacrosseWear for the 2009 Tahoe Lacrosse Tournament.
As the great Bob Dylan said, “the times, and the width of lacrosse heads, they are a-changin’. What will the new 2010 NCAA head regulations bring? Connor Wilson gets the conversation started in what is sure to be a hot topic on LAS all year long.
Looks like Connor Martin’s martian insanity is continuing to spread across the interwebz. Warrior Lacrosse and Connor Martin’s “Search For Flow” continues in the video as Connor recieves divine inspiration and reveals “The Flow Bucket”.
Hello World! This is my first post on LacrosseAllStars.com and I am fired up about it. This site has been ragin’ for almost a year now and is beginning to draw some serious attention from the lacrosse world. I’m going to be ranting about all kinds of topics, hopefully centered around lacrosse, but to begin I’d like to talk about how I became acquainted with the greatest team sport known to man.
A Michigan law firm is on the hook for $33 million dollars after failing to protect the patent rights of the technology behind Warrior’s lacrosse stick patent from 2004 to May of 2009. Unlike other sports, Research and Development in lacrosse has spurred major growth and, in recent years, new products have dramatically affected the way the game is played.
A few weeks back I picked up a navy blue Gait Helmet, tried it out and offered up my product review, which can be found right here, and got a LOT of feedback. Most of the feedback related to how downright ugly the Gait helmets were and although I disagreed with some of the statements, Gait seems to have been listening because they unveiled a completely redesigned helmet last Satruday as UVA took the field against Cornell.