LaxBro Athletics Launches Custom Stick Program

LaxBro Athletics was founded in Memphis, Tennessee in 2011. Their mission is to break away from the norm and provide an entirely new approach to lacrosse. They pride themselves on unique designs and quality products. Although LaxBro began with shirts and hats the company has partnered with True Temper and is now producing custom lacrosse sticks. It is a natural fit with True Temper, both being based out of Memphis. The sticks are composite, 100% carbon fiber, super light and incredibly durable.

LaxBro is also launching a custom stick program. You can choose any stick graphic you desire as long as you meet the 12 stick minimum order (you can mix and match shorties, poles, and goalie sticks). Aluminum is also an option if anyone is looking to do some entry level sticks that still look legit. Girls sticks are also available. View shaft options below.

Be on the look out for sublimated shorts that LaxBro will be releasing on May 15th, in two weeks. You can also type “lacrosseplayground” in as a coupon code to receive 20% off of your order this week. For more info on LaxBro Athletics visit their Website and Fan Page

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1 Comment

  1. Aroc13 on May 8, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    Composite stinks. Just my opinion.

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