East Northport, New York (PressExposure) December 31, 2011 -- Lacrosse Nation a leader in the lacrosse apparel and accessory industry proudly announces they have teamed up with Flow Society the top producer of lacrosse shorts in the market. Lacrosse Nation will now offer the Flow Society Monkey shorts as well as the Invasion, Koala, Rasta and Argyle styles. Lacrosse Nation will have these great Flow Society shorts in many different sizes but will be a prime supplier of youth sizes often hard to find by the buying public.
About Flow Society
Flow Society represents the flow of the game and the flow of energy from a growing culture. It encompasses a community of players who come together to participate in a way of life that is different from all other sports.
We are an apparel company that is dedicated to the growth of the sport through the world of fashion, while providing the players with the essential clothing they need to participate in the style game. Our unique designs are unmatched in the world of lacrosse and can only be found with Flow Society. With this new product line the lacrosse community can finally have a way to stay part of the game long after the final whistle blows.
We at Lacrosse Nation strive to bring you the very best in lacrosse apparel, gifts and accessories. You can count on Lacrosse Nation to always have the newest and coolest designs on the market.
Where does lacrosse come from? Lacrosse is the oldest sport in North America, with its origin dating back to the 1400s. It did not become generally known and talked about however, until the 1600s when a Jesuit missionary named Jean de Brebeuf saw the Huron Indians play it. In a report to his superiors, he stated little about the actual play of the game but seemed to be intrigued by the stick the Indians used while playing. Jean de Brebeuf likened the stick the Indians competed with, to the "crosier" carried at religious ceremonies by a bishop. Thus, the name la CROSSE evolved, and this later became simply "lacrosse."