EvoShield Renews Deal With National Lacrosse League
The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the world’s largest professional lacrosse league, is renewing its protective equipment and apparel partnership with EvoShield. The two-year agreement will see EvoShield continue as the NLL’s official supplier of performance-driven sports protective gear in the 2022-23 season. The deal continues a partnership that began in 2018.
Under the partnership, EvoShield will supply NLL athletes on every team with protective gear and apparel. EvoShield products available to NLL athletes include wrist/slash guards, arm guards, shoulder pads, protective rib shirts, thumb guards, toe guards and thigh guards. EvoShield apparel includes a variety of sideline and on-field performance apparel as well as fan wear.
“Our sport is physically demanding and the health and safety of our athletes is a top priority,” says Brian Lemon, NLL executive VP–Lacrosse Operations. “EvoShield is a world-class brand and an industry leader in protective equipment in multiple sports and we are excited to bring back our partnership to keep NLL athletes protected and performing at the highest level.”
In August 2022, EvoShield launched two new versions of Lacrosse Arm Guards featuring the brand’s Gel-To-Shell technology that ensures a custom fit. EvoShield also offers custom arm guards at customevoshield.com, where players can create designs to suit their personal style using a variety of colors and an option to personalize the straps. EvoShield’s lacrosse offerings include slash guards, NOCSAE-approved should pads, lacrosse gear bags, mouthguards approved by the American Dental Association, as well as men’s and women’s lacrosse uniforms. A new protective rib shirt that integrates into the Evoshield Shoulder pads for a lockdown fit will be released this winter.
“EvoShield is proud to provide game-changing protective shields to the best athletes in the world, and to partner with the NLL as an internationally leading professional lacrosse league,” says EvoShield brand manager Tom Bolle. “We look forward to working with the league and its players to keep athletes protected and on the field as we continue to support lacrosse.”