Watch Stringer Society’s interview with Fantum Lacrosse and the designer, Isaac Merfalen, during their first ever LaxCon.
Experience LaxCon 2018 as if you actually attended. Exclusive interviews, photos, and memories with the biggest names in lacrosse are all right here.
Clean anything and everything with the NICC Lacrosse Sanitizing Machine in just 10 minutes. That’s right, clean it all in 10 minutes.
Shoot n Scoop was back at LaxCon for another year of reps on reps on reps. You get to maximize your efficiency with the Shoot n Scoop so you don’t waste time at practice. The balls get returned out of the bottom, you get ground ball work, and you obviously get to shoot too. This […]
Swax Lax brought their passion for player and property safety to LaxCon 2019. They also have a new training weight we reviewed with them.
The Ohio Machine LaxCon 2018 is an educational lacrosse convention for Midwest coaches and players looking for offseason help.
Arc Lacrosse shafts are made to stand up, but also to then stand out. You want a product that serves a purpose, and you’re always looking for one that goes beyond the call of duty. Arc Lacrosse shafts are here to surpass your expectations in a subtle and specific manner.
Maxwell Kelsey is an expert Ojibwe traditional lacrosse stick maker, but he still is on a journey to learn more. Growing as a stick maker and meeting a hero of his at LaxCon 2018 helped him on the way.
Your lacrosse buttend should make shooting easier and be a comfortable piece of equipment, but that isn’t always the case. Grip Rx solves both of those issues and can turn a weak shooter into an outside threat after a little practice.
Spyder Grypz is an American based tape alternative company created by young entrepreneur Maxx Stewart. His creative idea is going to put tape back into the stone age of lacrosse equipment.
Kai and his wooden lacrosse shaft company Lumber Lax are helping connect players to pros, and they are also champions of equality in the lacrosse world. It’s important to support and respect innovators, like Kai, who want to put lacrosse into the hands of more people, and provide a quality product to fans.