TrueNorthOutlet.com: Daily Deals on Lax Gear

Posted on March 27, 2012 by

Categories: Economy/Lax Business, Equipment/Gear


In the last few months, there has been a lot of buzz in the lacrosse community about a new deal-a-day website called TrueNorthOutlet.com. Each day, seven days a week, TrueNorthOutlet.com selects one piece of lacrosse gear and sells a limited amount of this item at a deeply discounted price until the item is sold out. It is not uncommon to see products listed on the website at 70%- 80% off retail prices. Additionally, a new product is posted each day at 6:00PM (EST), but often sold out within a few hours. True North Outlet sells equipment from top brands like Gait, Brine, STX, Warrior, and Maverik. They also offer lifestyle items such as bags from Laxgear and popular apparel from companies like Reversible Lifestyle.

In recent years, many of the larger online retail stores started offering their own version of an online deal of the day. Unlike TrueNorthOutlet.com, however, the goal of these offers is usually to unload unwanted inventory – often unpopular colors or styles they have been unable to sell. But, finding incredible deals for their customers is the sole focus of TrueNorthOutlet.com, so they are able to search the lacrosse landscape each day for relevant and quality products, and then sell these items at unbeatable prices. The unique business model is predicated on smaller margins and a larger volume of sales, so the more items sold, the better pricing can be.

TrueNorthOutlet.com is also committed to the growth of this great sport of lacrosse. While the website attracts lacrosse players from the most competitive areas across the country, it also provides a great alternative to developing programs or players who are new to the sport and may not be able to afford lacrosse equipment at retail prices.

Visit TrueNorthOutlet.com and check out the amazing deals for yourself. You can choose to sign up for daily alerts, like them on Facebook, and follow the deals on Twitter to avoid missing out on something great. Whether you are a player, parent, coach, or youth association member, this website has something for everyone.

Please direct any inquiries to tmerton@truenorthoutlet.com.

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  • http://twitter.com/NickoSnipes Nick Sentoso

    True North Lacrosse is the company that was behind the site Plucking Corners who decided they were going to stop sending out items after people already payed for them, and shut down the website without giving a numerous amount of customers refunds. This did not happen to just me, there was a thread on The Lacrosse Forums with many members complaining page after page because nobody could receive refunds or their items. Please do not help promote an unreliable, scamming company like this.

  • http://twitter.com/NickoSnipes Nick Sentoso

    True North Lacrosse is the company that was behind the site Plucking Corners who decided they were going to stop sending out items after people already payed for them, and shut down the website without giving a numerous amount of customers refunds. This did not happen to just me, there was a thread on The Lacrosse Forums with many members complaining page after page because nobody could receive refunds or their items. Please do not help promote an unreliable, scamming company like this.

  • http://twitter.com/NickoSnipes Nick Sentoso

    True North Lacrosse is the company that was behind the site Plucking Corners who decided they were going to stop sending out items after people already payed for them, and shut down the website without giving a numerous amount of customers refunds. This did not happen to just me, there was a thread on The Lacrosse Forums with many members complaining page after page because nobody could receive refunds or their items. Please do not help promote an unreliable, scamming company like this.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003260113659 Brian Ray

    True North was behind plucking corners and they robbed me hard. clutch 2x for 90 all together and never got the head. Don’t trust them