Team USA bros out here WARPING.
Didn’t know Team USA Notre Dame scrimmage was this weekend. Apparently, most didn’t know either.
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More importantly, Warrior was a late sponsorship add to the event which meant new Warps (black molding) were out in force.
Interestingly enough, Drew Snides did not use a Warp. He cited the late sponsorship and regular practice with a traditional mesh stick as the reason.
The big pull for Warp Life was Rob Pannell.
Of course, Brine and Warrior are in bed together. Mike Simon, pictured above, is a Brine athlete. Not going to look into Pannell switching to Warrior too much. The bigger issue is clearly one of the biggest brands in the sport is using the most controversial piece of equipment.
Warps are coming ya’ll.
One More Warrior Gear Bit
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Motor City Hit Man. 🍀🍀 @ndlacrosse and @uslacrosse paired up over the weekend for the Spring Premier • #lacrosse #laxlife #lacrosseislife #sportsphotpgrapher • Please feel free to repost this photo UNALTERED and WITH CREDIT. If you are an athlete shown here and would like a copy of this photo, e-mail me at Morgan.firstname.lastname@example.org.
That’s Michigan native Sergio Perkovic wearing Warrior Evo Pro gloves. Notre Dame is of course an Under Armour school.