Old School LAX Freak
Welcome to Old School LAX Freak.com

This site is dedicated to all of those former and current lacrosse players - young and old - who have a thirst for learning all that they can about the past 150 years of lacrosse history. The pages that will follow will include a brief history of the game's Native American origin and a recap of its evolution during the 1900's. You will find some neat content on both men's as well as women's lacrosse.

Ask The LAX Freak !!!

Email us with questions that you might have about a lacrosse stick and we will post it so that you might get a response from our followers. 
Previous Old School Equipment:
Nov 29, 2009.....STX Ulman Model circa 1984
Dec 06, 2009.....Brine PL77 circa 1974
Dec 13, 2009.....STX Laser Hi-Wall circa 1983
Dec 20, 2009.....STX Turbo circa 1990
Dec 27, 2009.....Lally Boy's Model circa 1915
Jan 04, 2010......Brine Edge circa 1995
Jan 11, 2010......Brine Shotgun circa 1985
Feb 01, 2010.....STX X2 circa 1997
Feb 08, 2010.....STX Proton circa 1997
Mar 17, 2010.....Warrior Patriot circa 1998
Apr 26, 2010.....STX Viper circa 1992
Sept 25, 2010.....Brine M1 Magic circa 1990
Dec 23, 2020.... Original STX Goalie Stick
Mar 10, 2011.... Brine Flip Flop Model Gloves
July 2, 2011... STX Golden Hi-Wall circa 1989
Feb 19, 2012... Brine Edge Ice circa 1997
May 4, 2013... KWIK STIK Ultralight
Dec 8, 2013... KWIK STIK XL
Mar 13, 2014.... STX Model 76
© 2009-2014 Old School Lax Freak. All rights reserved.

The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Old School Lax Freak.

STX Model 76
The Perfect GIFT !!!
A Book On The History Of Lacrosse Sticks
Buy the book on BLURB, AMAZON or buy directly from me.
Click on the book cover above to order or order directly from AMAZON.com

The Obessed Collector expanding beyond vintage equipment
For the collector who loves the game of Lacrosse and cannot get enough of its history, there are many ways to quench the thirst for more. One of the areas that is available to collect is that of cards - both of the cigarette / trading card variety as well as ones that appear on greeting cards like the holiday themed one above.  This one was was published by Bennet & Co of Montreal, Canada between 1877 and 1887.  Bennet was known for its Victorian Greeting Cards that depicted Canadian sporting activities.  Check out the size of the wooden sticks that the players are using  - a bit too small in my view.

Interested in an EXHIBITION of LACROSSE STICKS for your Museum, School, Library, or Special Event ?

Contact us  - we are willing to travel.

Reasonable rates !!!