Forget about stickers, bumper magnets and those “never” cling to glass things. The best way to show you’re apart of the #LaxFamily is with a flag! Hoist it high and let it fly to let everyone know you’re in.
These 2 foot tall by 3 foot long flags are perfect for leading your team onto the field, posting on a pole or hanging on your wall. Any lacrosse fan would love this. Which is your favorite flag?
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Since the official announcement of the severity of the COVID-19 virus a few lacrosse brands have jumped in head first to lend a helping hand. Cascade, ECD Lacrosse and Under Armour, to name a few, have converted their factories from manufacturing helmets and pads to create and distribute face shields, gowns and masks. We would like to thank them for their efforts in keeping the first responders, EMS, hospital staff and the essential work force safe while battling this virus. – Lacrosse Ball Store
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