Imagine attending a high school where lacrosse wasn’t already a sport? Baffling right? As big of a sport lacrosse has become over the last couple years, it is still not a sport that is recognized at every high school. If you know me, you know that I am always ready to write about helping raise money for a good cause. Read More…
LAXBAL apparel company is offering a special deal, which includes its new t-shirt release, Big Man On Campus. With the purchase of one Big Man On Campus shirt, you will get a free LAXBAL shirt chosen at random. Two shirts for the price of one. Not bad. The shirt comes in four colorways Black, Brown, Navy, and Red with the silhouette of a lacrosse player. Read More…
LacrosseRecruits.com has collaborated with Vineyard Vines again to bring you t-shirts for the circuit this Summer. The front of the White cotton shirt displays a Navy crest with the Vineyard Vines signature Pink whale logo with crossing lacrosse sticks. Vineyard Vines, apparel and accessory retailer, has roots in New England just like Lacrosse Recruits. Keep Reading…
Adrenaline has always given lacrosse a different look. Then again, it’s not fair to compare most lacrosse apparel companies to Adrenaline, as Adrenaline hasn’t been about lacrosse apparel, but more lifestyle apparel with a lacrosse background. For 2010, several pieces in the line take a decidedly bolder look. With daring prints and bright colors, these pieces stand out from the rest.
We talked to Adrenaline Art Director Danny McCormack about some of the bolder pieces in the 2010 line.
Looking for something stylish this holiday season? Brine has some fresh new apparel out centered around the King logo.
Long Island lacrosse is known for its hard-nosed and blue collar style of play. Kaos Lacrosse, a start-up apparel company started by three Long Island laxers, brings a bit of that attitude to lacrosse apparel. >>READ MORE
STX announced its “Rip the Duck” t-shirt contest winner on its Facebook page yesterday. More pics after the jump. >>READ MORE
Going green is everywhere these days. And environmentally friendly behavior continues to gain traction in the apparel business. See what Adrenaline’s Eco line looks like for 2010. >>READ MORE
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.