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With ground breaking Ion-Mask technology, Water is no longer an excuse on the hockey pitch! The new Princess Sportsgear T700 Turf Shoe is 100% Water Repellant and 100% Breathable. Designed by top hockey players in the world, with every change of direction and stop-on-a-dime in mind, this lightweight shoe will help put you miles ahead of your competition.
The T700 is truly a shoe designed for a field hockey player and we are proud to exclusively offer this product! Don't wait... Shop the T700 available in 2 colors.
For the past 10 years, Harrow Sports has been a proud sponsor of USA Field Hockey, from the grass roots programs to it's international super stars. We are passionate about growing the sport of field hockey along side of USA Field Hockey. We understand that the growth and development of our great sport takes hard work, dedication and most of all great funding. We are proud to be able to support not only USA Field Hockey but some of it's outstanding players.
We would like to give our loyal customers, USA Field Hockey Supporters and field hockey enthusiasts, a chance to be a part of supporting Team USA on their way to the 2014 World Cup.
We are currently running a promotion for our customers, when you make any purchase at www.harrowsports.com and use the promotion code TEAMUSA at check out, you will receive 10% off your purchase AND 10% of purchase will go to Rachel Dawson and Jamie Whitten Montgomery, both players that Harrow Sports Sponsors! So whether you need a new stick, a new bag, shinguards, grips or just some new clothes... 10% of your order goes to support the players! If you have any questions or concerns, or if you would just like to donate to the players with out making a purchase, please contact Alli Tanner at firstname.lastname@example.org
BE A PART OF HARROW HISTORY & NAME OUR SQUASH SHOE!
We recently redesigned our Squash shoe and we need your help! We want you, our customers, to be a part of naming it. Over the weekend we will be having a "Name Our Shoe" Contest on Facebook.
Please visit our Facebook Page between Friday April 25th-Monday April 28th and post in the comments what you think we should name our shoe. The contest will close Monday at Midnight and the Winner will be announced Tuesday Morning.
Winner will receive a free squash bag and a pair of the brand new shoes that they named!
US Lacrosse Announced the teams for the 2014 WCLA CHampionships yesterday. 16 teams from Division I and 12 teams from Division II will be representing their Universities in Virginia Beach starting on May 7th.
Harrow Sports is the Official Presenting Sponsor of the WCLA Championships. Tune in for updates regarding the event, and your chance to win exclusive merchandise from the Harrow Booth!
For more information about the event and the schedule, please visit US Lacrosse.
Anjema signs with Harrow
Laurens Jan Anjema will become the new global ambassador of Harrow after signing a three year deal with the fast growing squash brand based in the United States.The thirty-one year old from The Hague used his new racket, the Harrow Stealth, for the first time last weekend during the Dutch Squash Championships in 2014 in Amsterdam, in which he justified his seeding by winning his ninth consecutive national squash title by beating fellow Harrow player Piedro Schweeertman in four games in the final.
“I am very excited to be part of the Harrow team”, said the world number sixteen. “The first time I put the Harrow Stealth in my hands, I immediately had a great feeling. Good equipment is crucial for any professional athlete and it feels awesome to know that I don’t have to worry about this for the next couple of years”, added the Dutch ace."We are ecstatic to have a player of LJ's ability and global appeal on board. He has been a top player and worldwide favorite on the PSA Tour for years and we are confident he will continue to stay at the top of his game as he plays his way back into the top ten in the world rankings. We continue to innovate with new products and LJ will be at the forefront of this development as we eagerly work to expand our brand around the world", said Dave Rosen, Vice President of Racquet Sports at Harrow.
By: Rachel DawsonRachel DawsonTeam USA/TEAM Harrow
I'm back, back in Cali, Cali.
I doubted that I’d ever utter those words again. But alas, here we are, basking in the sunshine of the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, miles upon miles from the blistering east coast cold of our new home in Lancaster, Pa - preparing for the incredible year ahead. The highlight of which is June’s 2014 World Cup in The Hague, Netherlands.
Change. It’s the one constant in the unpredictable world of sport. Over the years (I’m nearing my 10th on the National Team), I’ve learned that the thing about playing field hockey - for a living – is that success follows the laws of Darwin; survival, the ultimate form of success, is a function of adaptability.
In sport, especially team sport, there’s always an unforeseen change in plans – a last minute trek across country because of prolonged inclement weather; or a less than ideal circumstance – like sharing a house with 25 of your teammates for six weeks. These blips in the plan alter the course we envision for ourselves distracting us with new difficulties, and challenging us with harder terrains to navigate than previously known, or imagined.
The winners, the survivors, are not necessarily the more physically talented or naturally gifted. Unsurprisingly, they are the individuals and teams who approach their task with a resilient mindset; the ones who prepare for adversity, and come to expect it, understanding that a change in circumstance is not the same thing as a change in mission.
As I look forward to the exciting year ahead, and the difficult year behind us, I realize that I want to be the type of person who takes adversity in stride, solves unexpected problems, and thrives with challenge. Because at the days end, the mission is unchanging. Regardless of what you’ve endured, or what you are bound to endure, the task must be won.
"There's a million Excuses to Lose..Find an Excuse to Win" - Lone Survivor
Position: Field Hockey Brand Manager
Fun Fact: NCAA National Champion at University of North Carolina
What's in your workout bag...
Living at altitude means layers are essential. Most workouts, whether playing hockey, running or biking include multiple layers. The Pulse Half Zip and Impulse Dri-Fit shirt make the perfect combination. The Impulse is a great, loose fitting base layer that wiks away sweat and keeps me cool in the summer. Easily layered under the Pulse for chilly workouts makes it a year-round go to for me. One of my favorite features of the Pulse is the stretchy material and slightly longer sleeves that allow me to tuck my hands inside for particularly cold mornings, then once I'm warmed up I can hike up the sleeves to my elbow, or shed the layer completely and tie it around my waist.
Which equipment item doesn't miss a practice..
My weapon of choice for the past year or so has been the RD8 Low Bow. As a forward, quick stick skills and powerful, accurate shooting are key. The RD8 provides me with plenty of power to get the ball past the keeper and at 550 grams the control is unbelievable. I am a firm believer in comfort and protection so the Protec Shin Guard with two pairs of Intercept sleeves (one under, one over) is a no brainer for me.
Item that doesn't leave your side off the field..
My new obsession off the field is the Envy Women's carry-all bag. Since I travel frequently for work, I figured I would mainly use it as a carry on when flying. The laptop sleeve and multiple internal pockets allow me to stay organized when I'm on the road. When I ditch the laptop to hit the gym or pack to head up to the mountains to ski the Envy seems to magically expand to fit everything I need to take with me. It's extremely versatile and I get compliments on the classic all-black outside and bright blue liner every time I open it.