3d Lacrosse Regional Dyes by 4Ten Dyes on STX Stallions

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. — As 3d Lacrosse’s various regions are engaged in or preparing for 3d Select tryouts nationwide, it’s time for a look at a special project the marketing team worked on a few months ago.

The marketing team connected with 3d’s friend GP Russell, a longtime lacrosse stick dyer with old-school skills, to dial up a collection of custom dyes for the different 3d Lacrosse regions from coast to coast.

GP – who runs 4Ten Dyes in Pasadena, Maryland, and hence the 410 area code reference – went to work with a pile of STX Stallion 700 and Stallion 550 U heads. The end result is an unbelievable sight, a kaleidoscope of colors and an amazing display of the 3d Lacrosse family of logos that has helped capture the culture of each region nationwide.

Visit the 3d Lacrosse Facebook page for a full album of photos looking at each of these dyes.

If you’d like to reach GP about his dye services, he can be reached by email at [email protected].

(Note: these dyes were arranged and completed before the formation of 3d Lacrosse’s newest market designation, 3d Great Lakes.)

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3d Lacrosse is the nation’s fastest-growing lacrosse services company, offering innovative training, premier events, select travel teams, showcases and leagues for boys and girls ages six through 18 at all levels of organized competition. Founded in 2009, the Company trains more than 35,000 athletes annually using its proprietary Box-Field Hybrid™ Development System that combines the tight stick-handling and ball control of box lacrosse with the team-based field strategies used in Division I college programs. In addition to lacrosse-specific training, professional coaches help players develop lifelong skills, including dedication, teamwork and critical thinking under pressure. Based in Denver, 3d Lacrosse also has offices in Annapolis, Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Hartford, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Portland, Rochester, San Diego and San Francisco. Learn more at 3dLacrosse.com.

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