UNCOMMON FIT partners with MSL
Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) Canada's premier box lacrosse league is proud to announce our newest corporate partner, welcoming Uncommon Fit for the 2020 season.
“Uncommon Fit is a welcome addition as they become the Official Uniform Supplier to Major Series Lacrosse. "stated MSL Commissioner Doug Luey. "They are well known for their quality craftsmanship, and creative designs. Much like the MSL who have the very best lacrosse players in the World, Uncommon Fit is a world class supplier of athletic lifestyle apparel.” Uncommon Fit already has two Major Series Clubs as clients as they currently outfit the 3-time defending Mann Cup Champion Peterborough Lakers. Uncommon Fit also assisted the Brooklin Lacrosse Club through a rebranding effort prior to last season delivering a solid look and appearance.
Check out the Uncommon Fit website at www.uncommonfit.com
About Uncommon Fit Lacrosse
Uncommon Fit is an athletic lifestyle company started by three friends and teammates. A passion for living, competing and working together drive our brand and philosophy. outside of our branded items made for our team, we also want to create awesome threads for yours! Our Team Fit goal is to make your group customized, personal gear that reflects the culture you've built. We want every teammate and player on the roster to look good, play good and feel good both on and off the field. Uniforms are a reflection of a program and we aim to provide teams with a little boost of pride when others ask 'where'd your team get those unis?!' Whether you want to reflect elite, funky, dangerous or goofy we are thoughtful about every detail to ensure we achieve your group's fit.
About Major Series Lacrosse
Major Series Lacrosse (MSL) is Canada's premier box lacrosse league. Tracing our roots back to the early 1900's, MSL was formed in 1932. Entering our 88th season MSL members have claimed the Mann Cup, emblematic of Canadian Lacrosse supremacy 59 times. Major Series Lacrosse is comprised of six teams: Brampton Excelsiors, Brooklin Lacrosse Club, Cobourg Kodiaks, Oakville Rock, Peterborough Lakers, and the Six Nations Chiefs.