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Keepin’ it Traditional #1: Traditional Stringing 101


Howdy, folks. I’m super excited to be Lacrosse Playground’s resident traditional writer. Please let me know if you would like me to cover a certain topic¬†@lacrossemage.¬† Overview A traditional pocket requires only a handful of tools. Please note if you are under the age, have a parent help you with using the knife or scissors […]

StringKing Lacrosse Launches uSTRING BETA


Lacrosse Playground is proud to share StringKing Lacrosse’s new announcement with the entire lacrosse community. Years of hard work, trial & error, pocket testing, photo editing, and shooting video have resulted in their latest release: uSTRING BETA. Read More…

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


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…

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How To String: 9 Diamond Top String


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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Fitting Your Lacrosse Head on a Different Brand's Shaft

On December 30th, Will Holley, a regular on our Fan Page, posted the comment, “You guys should do a post on fitting heads to shafts. It seems like a lot of people don’t know the hot water trick.” We liked this idea for a post because it demonstrates creativity, originality and innovation. The staff at LPG liked it so much that we asked Will to write a guest post. Keep Reading…

Max McCool: Making a Rubber Butt End for your Lacrosse Stick

The latest from Lacrosse Playground’s resident stick doctor Max McCool is an extensive video tutorial series about creating permanent rubber butt ends on your lacrosse stick. The 15 video series is after the jump.