Cherry Creek Alumni Pays Homage to Rock ‘N Roll Legend

The Cherry Creek Alumni Team from Englewood Colorado wanted to pay tribute to an icon from their childhood at the Breckenridge Lax tournament this past August. Most of the team are from the class of 86′, 87′, 88′ & 89. A few are from the late 90’s. They decided to go with a Van Halen Franken Strat guitar stripe pattern on their uniforms, helmet decals, cleat customization and dye jobs. What says lacrosse more than Eddie Van Halen?!

The pattern consists of Black and White stripes running across a Red backdrop. Cherry Creek alum, Scott Anderson, designed the shirts, and had Rocky Mountain Apparel, do the printing. Check out the custom Under Armour cleats, Brine Clutch, & Cascade CPX-R.

These uniforms would really make Van Halen proud. The combination of music and lacrosse can often be a thing of beauty. Scott Anderson feels the same way:

Eddie Van Halen has been my favorite musician for 20+ years, it’s been fun to get creative with the stripes & incorporate the design into lax stuff.

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  1. - Sweet Sweet Lax on November 4, 2010 at 2:11 pm

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