University of Virginia Lacrosse Renews Partnership With Stylin Strings

As you might recall the dyeing/stringing gurus, Stylin’ Strings, partnered with the Virginia Lacrosse team last Spring. What started as trading emails with head coach Dom Starsia and receiving Virginia’s blessing to use the school’s logos (to dye on heads) soon grew into an official partnership. Lacrosse Playground contributor, Peter Carey, stopped by UVA’s campus yesterday to get an exclusive preview of the team’s custom stringing for 2013. Co-Owners Justin Skaggs and Dustin Dohm give us some background on how the partnership came into fruition as well as showing some of the custom pockets UVA players will be playing with in the 2013 season. The pockets are strung by the 2013 NCAA Stringing Rules and are strung on Gait Lacrosse heads, UVA’s equipment sponsor. Heads include, but aren’t limited to the Saber, Flow, Showtime, Vault, Sentinel and Torque 3. Stylin’ Strings will officially release the entire line of custom stringing next week. View images below.

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  1. […] you a behind the scenes look at what it takes to outfit the sticks of a major NCAA powerhouse.View photos of the Custom Pockets#dd_ajax_float{ background:none repeat scroll 0 0 #FFFFFF; border:1px solid #DDDDDD; float:left; […]

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