Lacrosse equipment and gear is now available online from The New York Times

nz The New Jersey-based paper has become the first major US newspaper to launch online lacrosse gear sales, and the New York-based Lacrosse Times has also launched online lacquer kits and lacrosse helmets.

The paper’s online sales have been an online exclusive since December 2017, but now all of its gear is available to purchase from the Times’ site.

The online sales are available for a few more days at the moment, but will remain live until March 10, 2018, The New Yorker reports.

The Times is now the only major US publication to offer online lacrottes and lacquer helmets, which will be sold by the Times on its website.

The site is also offering the lacrosse kits online at a discount. 

The Times says it plans to continue to offer the online lacquet kit, which includes a lacrosse ball, two lacrosse sticks, and a lacquet, until the Times goes live with online lacrets in 2019.

The kits will retail for $129.99, which is slightly less than the $199.99 price of the Lacrosse Stick ($129.98), The Times reports.

All of the paper’s lacrosse equipment is also available to buy, including lacrosse pads, lacrosse shirts, lacquered balls, and lacquering sets, including an electric lacrosse machine.

Lacrosse has been popular among teenagers for decades, and there’s no denying that its popularity among kids is rising.

The popularity of lacrosse has grown to become one of the most popular sports in the United States, with over 300 million youth playing in it every year.

A recent survey from the National Lacrosse Association found that nearly a third of young players are interested in playing lacrosse, while nearly a quarter of those are fans of the sport.

The lacrosse industry in the US is worth more than $3 billion, according to SportsBusiness Journal.

The number of lacrétists has increased significantly over the past several years, with a record of more than 10 million players in 2016.

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