Mesh Stringing Tutorials

Top String Tuesday: Chenango Tutorial

Chenango Top String Tutorial

The Chenango Top String has been blowing up around the lacrosse community lately. When I went searching for a tutorial on how to string one of my own I had a hard time finding one, so I figured I would put one together myself (be easy on me, this is my first tutorial).  Feel free to leave questions below and check back for more Top String Tutorials in the near future.

Created as a potential solution to the new college lacrosse head and shooting string rules, the Chenango Top String causes a really tight channel and a natural “U” in your shooters. It also takes out the fear in shooter placement/depth by creating a pocket that has the hold and the release that you would try to create using shooters.

Done right, the Chenango Top String will never hit plastic, and it will be incredibly consistent as well.

About the author

Andrew Ratzke

An MCLA alum and recent Portlandia transplant, Ratzke spends most of his time playing and coaching throughout Oregon. When he isn't on the field he's searching the web for the latest and greatest in lacrosse and lifestyle gear to keep you and your style game up to date.

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