I’m a box guy, so it was my pleasure to put Under Armour’s Spectre Box Lacrosse Rib Guards (also called kidney pads) to the test during my current box lacrosse season. These are the same rib guards that most NLL players are wearing. I tried them out in two box games for this review. The Spectre’s fit very nicely. […]
Evoshield received a lot of attention from other vendors at the US Lacrosse Convention such as Longstreth and Cascade to name a few. Growing as a need-based company Evoshield is only two years old in the lacrosse community. They got their first break when they started supplying Duke with slash guards for the wrist. Read More…
The Warrior MPG 10 Lacrosse Rib Pads have the perfect combo of protection, light weight and comfort to keep you focused on the game. Warrior’s exclusive super light VPS foams transfer air through the pad directly to the body for maximum cooling without sacrificing any protection. Climax Comfort Venting helps enhance air flow in key areas while the VaporTek moisture management liner keeps you dry.
LAS’s Conner Wilson recently did an impressive post about a technology company who just dove into the world of lacrosse. The company is Unequal Technology. Unequal Technology is a provider of sports impact-absorbing, sporting equipment which is experimenting with its EXO Skeleton padding technology in lacrosse. Read More…
Long Island City, NY – September 21, 2010 – Maverik Lacrosse (www.maveriklacrosse.com) today announced that it is partnering with Bitter Lacrosse (www.bitterlax.com) to help Stowe Lacrosse launch a varsity high school lacrosse team and to fuel the growth of lacrosse in Vermont. Maverik will be donating gloves, shoulder pads and arm guards to help alleviate Stowe’s initial start up costs and get their program off to a fast start.
STX reveals another equipment piece to the 2011 Assault line. The STX Assault SP is ultra-lightweight and features High Def Polymer which doesn’t soak up rain or sweat.
Lehigh men’s lacrosse program has announced the selection of STX as their equipment manufacturer of choice for the upcoming season. Lehigh Lacrosse will be taking the field with the latest and most innovative products from STX such as the new K18 line of protection as well as the Katana handle and Super Power head. Coach Cassese and co. are excited about teaming up with one the world’s leading manufacturers of lacrosse sticks and equipment.
“I am thrilled to support such an outstanding lacrosse company in STX,” Cassese explained. “They are the ‘league leaders’ when it comes to innovation and technology. Their staff members and company execs are first class people. In particular, I am very much looking forward to working with Lehigh alum, 1999 Patriot League champion and Defensive Player of the Year, Todd Schreiner, who currently serves as the Mid-Atlantic Territory Manager for the company.”
Long Island City, NY, August 31, 2009 – Maverik Lacrosse today announced that it has reached an agreement with the University of Vermont (UVM) Catamounts Division I mens lacrosse team to wear its equipment starting in the Fall of 2009 and in the upcoming 2010 season.