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Enter the House of Mesh

House of Mesh was started by a group of lacrosse enthusiasts from Canada, who set out to give the lacrosse community high quality mesh at an unbeatable price. Working directly with the manufacturer, they’ve created a ‘hardness’ for mesh that will give the players exactly what they are after, consistency. Read More…

House of Mesh

House of Mesh

House of Mesh was started by a group of lacrosse enthusiasts from Canada, who set out to give the lacrosse community high quality mesh at an unbeatable price. Working directly with the manufacturer, they’ve created a ‘hardness’ for mesh that will give the players exactly what they are after, consistency.

The selection is fairly limited at this time (only offering 1 type of mesh, in 3 different styles, in 15 different colors), but they’re working to expand product offering.

The Canadian company has expansion plans to facilitate quicker and cheaper shipping to all customers in Canada and the United States.

To Learn more, visit House of Mesh’ Website, Facebook, and Twitter.

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House of Mesh

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Jake
Jake
8 years ago

Worst mesh I have ever tried. Way too hard when it is new and takes a really long time to break in.

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