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How To String: STX Super Power Mid Pocket Tutorial


East Coast Dyes brings you a tutorial on the different choices of shooting strings and what they can do for your game. In this video, you learn how to string a mid pocket on an STX Super Power. Read More…

Posted in: Stringing, STX

RipNet Lacrosse Technology Contracts Stylin’ Strings Lax


For this issue of Stylin’ Strings Customs we solidified a creative marketing partnership with RipNet, a new lacrosse technology that is like no other. We wanted to take their logo and make a stick that matches how unique the platform of RipNet is. Here is a look at the two complete chopped customs and a new lacrosse technology that has the potential to change the game. Read More…

Posted in: deBeer, Dyeing

STX Lacrosse Heritage Commercial

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STX lacrosse debuted its brand new commercial this weekend on ESPN. The commercial highlights STX’s heritage from the 70’s to the present. Classic heads like the Sam and Turbo made the cut. Check out what other heads paved the way for STX. Read More…

Posted in: Heads, Social Media

Custom Strung Sticks from Lacrosse Unlimited

Our friends at Lacrosse Unlimited have been stringing and dyeing some insane sticks lately. The managers at their brick and mortar stores are gurus to say the least especially Mike Doino. He has kindly taken the time to elaborate on some of their recent work.

Mater Dei Team Order (Sports Extra) Dye Jobs

Sports Extra drop shipped me ten STX Super Power heads requesting the checkerboard pattern with Mater Dei Griffins on them. Mater Dei is a middle school in Bethesda, MD. This is potentially the first group of school team custom dyed heads that will be carried by…

Posted in: Dyeing, Equipment/Gear
Camo Dye Jobs w/ Hot Glue

Camo Dye Jobs w/ Hot Glue

All these were the same kinda of dye just wanted to give them a different color to appeal to a wide range. I used Super Powers for all four and simply changed the color. Neon Green, Yellow, Red, and Royal Blue. Each process was the same hot glued the White Super Power.

Posted in: Dyeing, Equipment/Gear