Cascade (company)

Cascade (company)

Cascade is a sports manufacturer based in Liverpool, New York.

It manufacturers both youth and men's lacrosse helmets, and women's lacrosse/field hockey eyewear. The company was founded by Bill Brine (part of the Brine family that founded Brine, Corp.) in 1986. It currently has five lines of helmets for men's lacrosse: CS (youth), CPV, CPV-R, CPX-R, R, and S. All helmets excepting the R meet or exceed NOCSAE standards. For women's lacrosse and field hockey it currently has 4 lines of eyewear: IRIS, MiniPro, PolyPro and PolyAir. The Iris and the MiniPro both meet the standard required by NFHS for field hockey. Cascade sponsors the MLL.

In 2012, Bauer acquired Cascade.

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Antony Leather
December 20, 2019
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Now the dust has settled, how does the HEDT CPU market look?
Antony Leather
October 21, 2019
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With X570 motherboards demanding huge premiums, Intel's cut-price Cascade Lake-X could benefit from more affordable motherboards compared to 3rd Gen Threadripper.
October 11, 2019
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Adulterated products are carefully mixed with originals. Unpacked spices, edible oil and grey powder passed off as cement are part of a Rs 1 Trillion parallel economy
Carly Page
October 2, 2019
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Intel's Cascade Lake-X CPU lineup takes aim at AMD with sub-£1,000 prices
Rob Thubron
September 20, 2019
TechSpot
Intel's next line of HEDT CPUs is a Skylake-X refresh that's still on the 14nm++ process node, and, as shown by the Geekbench entries that used an X299 motherboard, remain compatible with its LGA 2066-based mobos.
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