SOSO 71: Custom Hobart Under Armour #lacrosse Head and much more


Welcome to our 71st installment of the Ship Out Shout Out. This week while #Frankiefingers is on his honeymoon Justin starts off with a fake beard cause he seems to be missing the one he had over the winter. We also show off some new swag as we have some new t-shirts with our new logo on sale on our site.

We had to giveaway some of these to our partners, Joe at Throne of string, Greg at East Coast Dyes, Connor at Lacrosse Allstars, and Colin at the Lacrosse Network. We start this week of with a defensive favorite, a Warrior Revo X with ECD Hero Strings in a Cali Plus pocket on a Gait IceTi which our host elaborates on as to why if you have the chance you should pick one up. Next up is a Warrior Nemesis 2 with Jimalax 12 diamond goalie mesh in our fan favorite G-Pro pocket. Justin toots his own horn on dying a Maverik Optik in #frankiefingers absence while T-Bird puts Stringleague winner @lacrosseman’s own Hawk pocket in it. Finally our Stick of the week is a new college player go to, the Under Armour Charge U. Frank does a fantastic job with a custom Hobart dye for a player on the programs roster to use this year and absolutely kills it. That’s it for this week stay tuned for next week’s episode and until then, Keep Laxin’!
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