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How to String: Traditional Stringers Tips

The Lacrosse Network brings you stringing tips from East Coast Dyes. Greg from East Coast Dyes talks about traditional stringing and gives tips on how to string up a traditional head with great hold. Read More…

The Lacrosse Network brings you stringing tips from East Coast Dyes. Greg from East Coast Dyes talks about traditional stringing and gives tips on how to string up a traditional head with great hold.

Greg uses a Warrior Blade Pro during his demonstration. Buy it HERE.

For more stringing tips and lacrosse content, subscribe to The Lacrosse Network at YouTube.com/TLN and for all your stringing needs check out www.eastcoastdyes.com.

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Dylax19
Dylax19
9 years ago

Or instead of a butter knife and ball you could use a pocket strecher

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