Crosse Check, based out of Boca Raton, Florida, is a new apparel company that is utilizing high quality performance fabrics that allows you, the player, to express yourself while also maintaining functionality and versatility.
Cross Check utilizes a variety of embellishment techniques to create unique looks including Dye Sublimation, Screen Printing, Embroidery, Puff Printing, Foiling, Applique, Burnout, Discharge, and more. “Our Sublimated Line is engineered for the athlete, where as our Screen Printed Line is engineered for the lacrosse enthusiast,” Timothy J. Stahl of Crosse Check states.
“In addition, we also feel there will be limitless opportunities to work with individual teams and organizations around the country; whether it be designing tee shirts, shorts, uniforms, spirit wear, etc… and assist them in creating their own unique apparel.”
SAMURAI is an artistic masterpiece that blends the ancient Japanese Samurai with today’s on-field Warrior. Made with 100% Micro Fiber Polyester this shirt is engineered with the athlete and outdoor enthusiast in mind, this shirt wicks moisture, is anti-bacterial, and mildew resistant.
Ole’ School is the epitome of a Classic lacrosse icon blended with a Vintage feel. By utilizing soft hand ink and a raised puff printing technique, Crosse Check was able to create a light weight, softer feeling tee shirt that will be sure to stand out giving the shirt texture and it’s own distinct feel.
Each shirt comes with a cool tag that resembles a dog tag.
The tag is actually removable and can be applied as a sticker. Good grassroots touch to the line.
The Lax Rat is an Antique Denim color with a screen printed front center chest. Crosse Check used a discharge printing technique and were able to create a light weight, softer feeling tee shirt.
This Sand Stone colored shirt speaks for itself…Get High On The Game. One thing to keep in mind with this shirt is that it is pre-shrunk and may run a bit smaller than the standard shirt.
You can purchase these shirts at Crosse Check.
What are your thoughts on the shirts?! Leave a comment below.
You can find the shirts at http://crossecheck.myshopify.com/
nice to see Ed Hardy making lax shirts
How do I get some of these shirts? Sick.
These look like some cheesy t-shirts you’d see at Target.
Admittedly, I do kinda like the lax rat one.
Very cool, I like how it’s not the generic lax apparel. Like the sticker/tag idea too.
Lax Rats the best;]
Not sure how I feel about most of the shirts. However the shirt in the bottom picture is pretty dope.