Stringing A Stanwick Pita Pocket

Posted on June 4, 2012 by

Categories: Gait, Stringing


What is becoming commonly referred to as a “Stanwick Pita” is really just a Pita Pocket that emphasizes what the advantages of a Pita Pocket should be. Stringings like this that use leathers instead of mesh allow the pocket to move with the ball better, generally providing a better feel. The ball can sit low for vertical cradling, high under the shooters for shooting and passing, and anywhere in between. A pocket like this is going to have a consistent release and a lot of hold, and give a much better feel for the ball coming out of the pocket.

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  • Mckennasalmon

    Ive been stringing this kinda string job for years.

  • guest

    thats not how they do it..

  • http://www.facebook.com/sayrecain Sayre Thomas

    Sorry they dont string theirs that way. This is just a pita. His sidewall is almost pulled all the way to the adjacent leather when cradling low…try again

  • http://www.facebook.com/sayrecain Sayre Thomas

    Sorry they dont string theirs that way. This is just a pita. His sidewall is almost pulled all the way to the adjacent leather when cradling low…try again