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Treasures of eBay: Baby’s First Lacrosse Sticks

0 - Published February 27, 2014 by in Throwback

We scour the nether regions of eBay for the coolest lacrosse gear so you don’t have to. Welcome to the Treasures of eBay! Today the spotlight shines on Jeff’s new miniature traditional wooden lacrosse sticks.

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Treasures of eBay: Ojibwe Lacrosse Sticks

1 - Published February 2, 2014 by in Throwback

We scour the nether regions of eBay for the coolest lacrosse gear so you don’t have to. Welcome to the Treasures of eBay! First up: an entire set of 12 Ojibwe Native American lacrosse sticks.

mohawk lacrosse wooden stick

Traditional Thursday: Woodie New Pocket

0 - Published January 28, 2014 by in Throwback

Lee Southren hooked me up with an old box lacrosse stick from the Mohawk Lacrosse Stick Manufacturing Company and since the pocket was a little beat up, I took it out and threw a brand new traditional pocket in there. It came out beautifully, and when I played wall ball with it yesterday.

Vintage brine goalie traditional head

Throwback Thursday: Look What Tommy Found!

0 - Published January 28, 2014 by in Throwback

Tommy Gilligan is usually shooting amazing lacrosse photos, but today he is helping out at a yard sale in New York, and he came across a true gem… an old plastic Brine goalie stick from Geneseo State!

etienne wooden lacrosse stick

Throwback Thursday: The Legendary Etienne Woodie

0 - Published January 28, 2014 by in Throwback

There are a lot of really nice old wooden sticks out there, and there are a number of stick makers who do fantastic work. Alf Jacques and Mitchell Brothers are two men who still make wonderful sticks today, but back in the day an Etienne Martin was another gem, and if you can find one of these oldies, scoop it up!

Vintage Lacrosse Equipment: One Last Shot

0 - Published January 28, 2014 by in Throwback

Once all the old lacrosse gear in the world is gone, it’s gone. So take advantage of this rare opportunity to stock up on mint condition, late 80 to early 90s lax gear. It’s there for the taking. And very affordable!

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Stringers Spotlight: Whittle, Mohawk Mission, Old-School X-Trad

0 - Published January 28, 2014 by in Throwback

My passion is lacrosse. I have an eye for lacrosse sticks and I am obsessed with the pocket itself. I strive for perfection every single time I string a lacrosse head – whether it’s modern, vintage, or antique. When I saw this Mohawk Mission head, I knew it needed the full vintage rehab treatment.

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Stringers Spotlight: Youngs Brothers, Brine SL2, Old-School Traditional

0 - Published January 28, 2014 by in Throwback

Youngs Brothers Lacrosse, run by our friends Tim and Kevin Youngs way up in Canton, New York, has been stringing and tinkering with lacrosse sticks for years. The guys are extremely talented and experienced, having worked with major manufacturers, like Warrior and Brine, for years, handling a great deal of the stringing work that ends […]

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Stringers Spotlight: Brine Superlight 2+2, Lemelbaum Old-School Traditional

0 - Published January 28, 2014 by in Throwback

Going through some items at my place on this Throwback Thursday, I came across a head that Erik Lemelbaum strung up for me a way back, not even broken in. In fact, it’s barely had a ball in it, but it’s a great piece to show on a day like this, especially when we have a long list of Division I coaches visiting the office as part of their weekend at the IMLCA convention.

Vintage Vault: Chisholm Lacrosse Sticks

0 - Published December 23, 2012 by in Throwback

The Chisholm Lacrosse Manufacturing Company, founded by Colin Chisholm and operated on Cornwall Island, was one of the world’s leading producers of hand-crafted lacrosse sticks decades ago, with dozens of Mohawk stick makers working for the business in its prime.

Vintage Vault: School House Industries Plastic Stick from Late 60s, Early 70s

0 - Published December 2, 2012 by in Throwback

The Vintage Vault features another wondrous and possibly forgotten piece of lacrosse history as we look at a stick created decades ago, when lacrosse was just starting to really pick up in the United States, by a company billing itself as School House Industries.