A goalie came to me asking to dye his Brine Money goalie stick with a tiger stripe theme. He wanted the colors on the head to be Orange and Black and I immediately had the final product pre visualized in my head. I wanted a Bright Orange underneath a Dark Black. This dye job is fairly simple, with a ferocious outcome!
Lacrosse is not just a sport, it’s a lifestyle. Epoch Lacrosse understands this philosophy and wishes to pay tribute to this with a new, innovative lacrosse brand. Epoch carries with it a unique brand strategy, catering to those who are ambassadors of the game, both on and off the ﬁeld.
I was contacted by Hopkins middie John Ranagan to come up with a fresh dye for him during Hopkins run at the tournament. He was really into the camo style that I did for him previously so I wanted to keep that theme in the new one but add a new element: the White out.
Brine will be shipping 2-Tone Chrome Clutch heads to retailers very soon. We wanted to give you a heads up on what color options will be available. Keep Reading…
Stylin Strings just turned 10 years old, and is surprisingly just joining the playground. After years of being at the forefront of the stringing and dyeing customization movement, SS went underground the last few years reinventing itself to launch back into the mainstream lacrosse media with a bang.
An innovative continuation of Warrior’s popular cross-training shoe, the Shooter provides comfort, support, and traction for a wide variety of activities, including plyometrics, trail running, and everything else your coach can put you through before the next game. Below are indepth images of the Shooter 3 in Orange and Blue colorways. Keep Reading…
In the state normally known for their cheese, and even better for the Super Bowl championship Packers, Wisconsin has another team at the Collegiate level, other than the newly announced DI jumper, Marquette, to be proud of.
Long Island City, NY – May 3, 2011 – “Laker Pride” the first installment of the Maverik “Roots” video series, produced by Maverik Films director Jay Jalbert follows Maverik Athlete and New Jersey lacrosse legend Joe Cinosky back to where it all began, Mountain Lakes High School.