If you are a gear-head like myself, you will have noticed the latest top string trend sweeping the nation: The Chenango Top String! As far as we can tell, this top string was first created by Syracuse player Matt Pratt in his attempt to deal with and alter the four inch shooting string rule.
From lacrosse uniforms to new products, helmets, pads, sticks and more, our Gear section has it all. Your source for the newest lax gear and equipment!
A few weeks back, one of our readers notified us about Musket Lacrosse and the great things they were doing for lacrosse players. I reached out to them and was able to have a few conversations with the man behind the scenes, Bryan Jenkins, to learn more about Musket Lacrosse and their product offerings.
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.
With the release of the third K18 lacrosse equipment line imminent, STX, LLC, has launched a new K18 microsite to provide an inside look at both the gear and the professional lacrosse player behind it – Kyle Harrison.
Lacrosse may traditionally be a spring sport but that doesn’t mean it’s always played in beautiful weather. As we head into fall, many dedicated players are soon to be working against the elements. Whether it’s rain, snow, high winds, or the bitter cold, here are a few tips to help you get the most out […]
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.
Epoch’s new line of shafts, the Gen4 version, are popping up in retailers across the country. Epoch sent over a great selection of their shafts for us to review, and after putting them to the test, we’re ready with our verdict!
Stylin Strings made a trip to visit Alfie Jacques, up on the Onondaga lands, and their first video documenting the trip is slated to drop on the lacrosse world on Sunday, September 1st. This first video will cover Jacques’ motives for making wooden sticks, as well as the meaning of his art.
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?
This weeks Lax Hack should help you nail that perfect tape job. I think I speak for most of you when I say I hate when my tape peels and I constantly have to fix it. I’ve got a few tips that will keep your tape job looking good.
Here at LAS we like to reminisce about the past and Lacrosse.com’s current 20% off sale on Warrior Gloves got us thinking. What are some of our favorite Warrior Gloves of the past and present? Keep in mind this is purely preference and just a list of some of our favorites. Be sure to let us know what your favorite Warrior gloves are or if we left any out in the comments below.
A life hack refers to any tip or trick that helps get things done quickly by automating, increasing productivity, organizing, or saving time. Here at LAS we’ve come up with some Lax Hacks that can save you some frustration and allow more time for other things.
This week’s takes a look at making sure your priorities are in order.
This week, I’ve stumbled upon something originally posted June 1st! Even though it’s a few months old, there have been various replies this week to the post, which itself has a very catchy ring to it. It’s the FOGO Head Thread.
This week, our poster has some questions about dyeing his head. Now he had his specific questions answered already in the forum, but I thought it would be nice to open it up for discussion so anyone with tips and tricks can help our dyer out.