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.
Liz Hogan took a little time out of her busy schedule at LaxCon 2018 to talk to Stringers Society and give us a look into her life as an STX athlete. As one of the top female lacrosse goalies in the world, Liz is a wealth of knowledge and an outgoing lacrosse embassador. Talking to her was an absolute pleasure, and we know that plenty of young lacrosse players can get a lot better by getting to know more about her.
Refuse to let smells take over your life with a pair of Glove Stix. These easy to use inserts eliminate odors, remove moisture, and make your life a whole lot better. Glove Stix are Lax Mom approved and yours should thank you if you get a pair.
Twin lacrosse is working to make defensive lacrosse stick difficulties a thing of the past. Try the Trinity Shaft from Twin lacrosse and you’ll finally have easy defense lacrosse stock transportation.
Billy Bitter brought the Cascade S Youth to life right before our eyes at LaxCon 2018. We discussed the very best lacrosse protective gear from Maverik and Cascade for young and old players.
Myles Jones brought SportStar lacrosse chinstraps to life when showing us his personal custom helmet at Laxcon 2018 and we were able to learn a lot from him in an exclusive Stringers Society interview.
Our exclusive LaxCon 2018 interviews with Matt Gibson, Myles Jones, Alf Jacques, Liz Hogan, Maxwell Kelsey, Phantom Lacrosse, Under Armour, and more! If you didn’t get the chance to go then you’re gonna want to check this out.
The first day of LaxCon 2018 was all we hoped for and it wouldn’t be complete without a major advancement. All the details and more on the first day of LaxCon 2018 through the eyes of Stringers Society right here.