Sadka Lacrosse Water Resistant Mesh

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This is a new wax mesh that is coming out (not from me, I don’t benefit in any way from this getting popular). It’s called Sadka mesh. They don’t have much publicity yet, but they have come out with an amazing wax mesh product. This mesh almost immediately provides the feel and consistency of broken in hard mesh that everyone loves, but with a unique wax coating that prevents bagging and other inconsistencies associated with playing in wet conditions. Read More…

Stringing Soft Mesh

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Here’s another Reebok 10K, but with Jimalax Soft Mesh this time. With summer ball coming soon, there are a number of players that will be switching to soft mesh since rain is not an issue. Soft mesh pockets provide the same feel as heavily broken in hard mesh, but they are game ready almost immediately after stringing thanks to a short break-in period. Read More…

Posted in: Reebok, Stringing

Stringing A Stanwick Pita Pocket

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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. Read More…

Posted in: Gait, Stringing

StickWorkz: Reebok 10K w/ Jimalax Semi-Hard Mesh

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The head I strung is a Reebok 10K with Jimalax semi-hard mesh and all Jimalax materials. My goal was to string a pocket that almost anyone could use, without adjusting their throwing too much. It has a super smooth release with a bit of a snap, but it has phenomenal hold so you can really get some torque on shots. Read More…

Posted in: Reebok, Stringing

How To String: Shooting Strings

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East Coast Dyes brings you a tutorial on the different choices of shooting strings and what they can do for your game. Shooting strings are a vital part of a player’s game. They can provide for aim or for style. Watch the video and pick up a few tips. Read More…

Posted in: Heads, Stringing

How to String: Preparing Mesh

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East Coast Dyes brings you a tutorial on how to prep your mesh before your string job. We’ve received a lot of emails about breaking mesh in, so this will answer all of your questions. Read More…

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How To String: 9 Diamond Top String

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Two of our best content providers, The Lacrosse Network and East Coast Dyes, have teamed up to bring LPG readers weekly instructional videos on stringing. In the first video, Greg From East Coast Dyes, shows us how to string a 9 diamond top string. Read More…

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Girls Lacrosse Sticks: The Vanishing Art of Stick Tuning

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Buying a new stick is like getting a new baseball mitt – it needs to be properly broken in before it can be used effectively. Most players and parents don’t realize this, and we see many “tennis racquets” –new or restrung sticks that haven’t been adjusted – in our training sessions. The pocket of a girls stick must be adjusted to make it easier to catch, cradle, and throw while also conforming to the rules. Read More…

Posted in: Stringing, Womens Lax

All The Knots You Need

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Knots are an obligatory part of any stick doctor’s repertoire, often acting as a lifeline for your pocket. All The Knots You Need will teach you the most basic and necessary skills for knots on all levels of difficulty. According to R.S. Lee, there are only 12 knots that you need to know, but after reading his thoughtful and incredibly comprehensive manual you won’t want to put it down.

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3-Color Argyle Lacrosse Shoelace Shooting String

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33 inches of high quality shoelace shooting string. Shoelaces are generally used as the middle and/or bottom shooting strings on mesh strung lacrosse heads. 33 inches is just enough to string a nice shooting string (straight or curved). As you can see, this is available in a variety of colorways in an Argyle pattern.

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