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Clear logo design: If your logo or mascot are too intricate, chances are it will look like a warped, overdone doodle. The simpler and crisper your logo, the bigger and better you rock it.

New Finishes: 2012 was the year of the matte helmet finish NCAA champions Loyola, Salisbury and Dowling all went with the dulled out look. The key? cheap nfl jerseys chroming out your standard stock facemask to counteract the matte shell with some sparkle.

Cut the excess: If you got a smaller than average dome and don have Jay Leno chin, tighten up that chinstrap. Excess straps sticking out the sides of your helmet like antennas? Those need to go. Grab some scissors and cut a small arc an inch or two above the clip.

Color Scheme: Limit your jersey to three colors. There should be an obvious main solid color. The secondary color accents the collar, side panels, numbers and letters. Use the third color minimally to add trim/outline to numbers and letters.

Sans logo: You love your weasel looking mascot, but do yourself a favor and leave him (or her) off your jersey. If you really compelled to show some mascot love, there should be room on your shorts (like on the lower thigh).

Sublimation: Sure, cut and sew or tackle twill uniforms look great, but they weigh as much as your offseason sweats. Lacrosse is the fastest game on two feet and it helps to be the fastest team. Sublimated uniforms cut down not only on fabric but also on turnaround time and weight, plus the customization options are endless.