On-the-field lax wear meets ugly Christmas. We’ll let the pictures do the talking here. Click here or on the pictures to purchase.
So the Boathouse contest has been rocking out like crazy. Make sure you get your entries in, because we are picking the three winners that will move the the next round on March 1st. If you’ve already entered, make sure you promote your jerseys on your own facebook pages and invite friends to vote
Philadelphia, PA – September 13, 2010 – Boathouse Sports, a Philadelphia-based manufacturer of custom team athletic apparel, today announced that it will be donating uniforms and sponsoring the inaugural LEAPS “PRO” Benefit Game and Clinic on Saturday, September 18th at The Agnes Irwin School in Rosemont, PA. Professional lacrosse players John Christmas, Matt Striebel, Kyle Sweeney and many more will be present.
Philadelphia, PA – May 4, 2010 – Lacrosse players are very style conscious and yet practical when it comes to the uniforms they wear — Boathouse Sports realizes this and today unveiled its new fully sublimated “Summer League” shorts with pockets. Boathouse will offer the “Summer League” shorts with a swoop side panel that can be also be sublimated using a solid color or a teams own design.
This year Boathouse is introducing a new summer ball short, its first lacrosse shorts available with pockets.
Boathouse Sports, a Philadelphia-based manufacturer of custom team athletic apparel, announced that it will partner with professional lacrosse players John Christmas (Boston Cannons) and Eric Gregg (Philadelphia Barrage) on their groundbreaking LEAPS (Lacrosse, Education, Attitude, Perseverance and Success) initiative to give under served youth in the greater Philadelphia area, the opportunity to learn and play the sport of lacrosse.
Boathouse Sports, which started as a jacket-maker for rowing teams, has grown to become a major player in the lacrosse world for jackets, warm-ups, and uniforms. And some people may be surprised to find out just how much feedback lacrosse athletes give in determining a final design of Boathouse’s products.