Sponsored: Stylin Strings – Chromed out UA Regime and Mike screws up!

Welcome to the 94th episode of the world renowned Ship Out Shout Out by Stylin Strings Lacrosse. This week Mike-A-tron is hosting again and congratulates last week’s winner of the “would you rather?” contest. We start off with an excellent 6 head order heading to Louisiana. First is an STX K18 with a Rasta Color themed Cali Plus pocket with Jima-lax Semi-Hard mesh. Next we have a Grey Brine Triumph strung with a Cali Plus using Black East Coast Dyes Hero Mesh. Now we have a Maverik Centrik High Sniper pocket using Stringking 3s in a patriotic color scheme. Then we highlight another Brine Triumph Middle pocket / Medium whip Cali Plus using Jima-lax Semi Hard mesh with Carolina and neon blue accents. Our final two pockets in this order are both Maverik Optik U’s, the first has a Mid/ Mid T-Bird pocket with all neon green accents and the second is a all white Cali Plus using Jima-lax Semi Hard. Our stick of the week is an Gold Under Armour Regime strung with our most popular women’s pocket the ladder in forest green and yellow. We end the show with another “Would you rather?” This time Mike asks our viewers whether you would want to be a Ghostbuster or a Pokemon trainer. Make sure to leave your comments on our youtube channel for your chance to win a brand new Easton head. Well that’s it for this week and until next time make sure to follow us on all of our social media Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook.

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