I’m here to help you get, or stay, “swagged out.” I may not be a fashion icon per se, but I do have an opinion about what looks good and what should be thrown away immediately. This week: TEAM USA.
Nike‘s signature Volt hue makes its way to yet another classic Air Max sneaker.
For all you sneakers heads out there who like to look good while you run, stay on the look out for Nike Free OG’s in special colorways soon!
Hello Lacrosse All Stars and welcome to the Marty show. I’m excited to be collaborating with LAS and Lax Wax to bring you tips and advice from my life as a professional lacrosse player who’s always on the road.
Big deals goin’ on in the US Lacrosse shop on Friday! Headphones and snapbacks are on sale! (2/28/14)
It seems as though Nike Frees have become widely popular for training in lacrosse over the past decade. Seeing as Under Armour has deeper ties to the sport of lacrosse, might we see a new trend rise soon?
Greetings, LAS faithful! Hope you’re ready for something fresh today! Lacrosse All Stars has teamed up with the good people at LAX WAX to bring you a new and improved version of our LaxHacks series.
Brodie and Alexandra Merrill have relaunched Chris Sanderson’s True North Lacrosse line.
TRX®, the industry leader in functional training and creator of Suspension Training® bodyweight exercise, has recently announced the launch of their TRX Rip Lacrosse workout and signed on professional lacrosse player, Peter Baum.
Adrenaline has released a couple of big promotional pieces over the last couple of weeks, and with all this movement and information, we thought it was important to get a little deeper, instead of just throwing up quick PR posts, so we spoke with Xander Ritz, to get the full scoop.
Warrior has always been a leader in on field equipment. Now, they’re making a name for themselves off the field too with the launch of their new Coxswain shoes. Touted as the world’s first athletic inspired boat shoe, the Coxswain is both stylish and smart.
Today former Hopkins standout midfielder Kyle “K18″ Harrison was officially branded as a lacrosse superstar/celebrity when he appeared at The Beats Store in New York City. He was promoting the Beats by Dr. Dre brand, who created these epic custom headphones for him: