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Max Seibald's Wild Wild West Dye Job

Lacrosse Unlimited dyed a Wild Wild West themed Brine Clutch for Denver Outlaws’ Max Seibald. The head features Seibald’s name, number 42, and the Outlaws’ logo. The dye resembles a wood grain finish and was even categorized as graffiti by LU. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Brine, Companies

Doc’s NYC x Lacrosse Unlimited's 212 Tribute

Doc’s NYC lacrosse fields teams for grade school children in Manhattan. Since 1996, they have competed throughout the Tri-State area from the Hudson Valley to New Jersey. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Equipment/Gear, Uniforms

Lacrosse Unlimited x Custom Town Shorts

In need of custom apparel for your summer team? Think about getting custom uniforms based off of your state’s flag by Lacrosse Unlimited. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Apparel, Equipment/Gear

Towson Club Lax Helmets

The Towson club team has worked with Lacrosse Unlimited on their new helmet decals. They match their argyle shorts that they’ve been wearing for a couple years now. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Cascade, Companies

Lacrosse Unlimited Splatter Dye Job

Splat! How might one express his artistic side while playing lacrosse? Short shorts, mid-calves, flow, lax tats, and etc. But, then again, there is always the dank dye job. Lacrosse Unlimited’s wizards have pasted a magical wand. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Dyeing, Equipment/Gear

Country School (CT) x Lacrosse Unlimited Shorts

Lacrosse Unlimited whipped up a brand spankin’ new pair of shorts for the Country School in Connecticut. Blue and yellow are a classic marriage of colors. With the two blended into argyle the pairing makes it a match made in heaven. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Apparel, Equipment/Gear

How to String a Stick with Fletch

We have incredible stringing gurus on the site, Greg Rose and Max McCool, who have given us all tricks and tips of the trade when it comes to stringing a lacrosse stick. But I actually never learned how a stick is strung! So, I turned to my old neighborhood store, Lacrosse Unlimited (at its Norwalk, CT location), and asked Kyle “Fletch” McClure to show me how Lax Unlimited gets their heads strung.

John Jay Cross River Uniforms, Shooting Shirts

These were done by Tony Benz at Lacrosse Unlimited, and it’s the first time they’ve used Nike’s newest font: Cougars. The shooting shirts are Nike Flow Tops, which were also designed by Tony. They’re for John Jay out of Section 1 in New York. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Apparel, Companies

Paul Rabil Shooting Demo Video

In December, Boston Cannons and Washington Stealth player, Paul Rabil, visited Sono Field House to coach a shooting demo in conjunction with Lacrosse Unlimited. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Lifestyle, Training

Matt Danowski Dyed Chrome Head by Lacrosse Unlimited

Matt Danowski stopped by Lacrosse Unlimited and was welcomed with a Warrior Chrome-to-Green Fade Evo 2.0. Keep Reading…

Posted in: Companies, Dyeing