Releasing June 16th, comes the new East Coast Dyes Mint Lacrosse Ball that has been causing a lot buzz over social media. A variety of different pro lacrosse players have been signing off like Brendan Mundorf and Greg Gurenlian saying how they are always fresh and that they can feel the difference. If you haven't already heard, which is doubtful, the ECD Mint lacrosse ball is a premium lacrosse ball by East Coast Dyes designed to retain grip and feel of the ball throughout multiple seasons of play. That means no more greasers! With the UV light resistant polymer, no more wear and tear to the ball! They are made in the U.S.A. with the highest quality materials and most advanced processes. The upgraded safety of the ECD Mint has made some parents feel safer. The inaccuracy of a greaser has the high chance of getting someone hurt. With the proprietary material that goes into the ECD Mint ball, it does not become hard over time. this mean impact forces increases as the ball is used. With these new and amazing lacrosse balls, what do you do with your old greasers then? East Coast Dyes has been running a contest to see how creative people can get to getting rid of their old greasers. From launching them into the woods to setting the balls on fire, people have been coming up with some innovative ideas. You can check it all out on Twitter and Instagram with #ecdmint.