The weekend is winding down and Connor Wilson had just enough strength to pound out one more hair-brained weekend lax post for you. Warning: it’s a little “jumpy”. You’ll see what we mean.
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Ask and ye shall receive! Jeremy Thompson switched it up to mesh last week, so what happened this weekend against St. John’s? Did he stick with mesh? Back to traditional? You’re slowly killing Connor, Jeremy Thompson!
Usually, when a player switches from traditional to mesh, the world doesn’t take notice. But when Jeremy Thompson does it? The lacrosse world is left gasping. Well, Connor Wilson is anyway.
Connor got a new NIKE CEO Head in the mail so of course, he had to dye and string it up right away. Another masterpiece. This time he channels Basquiat a little bit. Nice art work!
After stringing up a traditional lacrosse pocket in a Gait Torque, I was chastised for putting such a “heavy” pocket in such a light stick. Is traditional really heavy? This question needs to be settled. We’re bringing in our own Mythbuster, Connor Wilson.
As our sport grows, it faces some serious questions about how the growth will occur and who will make it happen. Corporations will be more and more involved but there is a right way for the sport to grow and Connor Wilson is going to share it with you.
Did you know that lacrosse stick stringing materials vary greatly from manufacturer to manufacturer and store to store? Do you know how much this can affect your game? Josh Rottman has the answers so read on and become a better stringer.
The debate rages on! If traditional is better than mesh, why don’t more people use it? No one seems to actually prefer mesh pockets but 99% of players use them. How can you explain this? People will do anything for an edge, even use traditional. We can’t be that lazy!
Please welcome Kevin McGuirl to LAS. He’s come by to teach us all a thing or two about stick stringing! First up, 10-Diamond Mesh.
The fall is the best time for lacrosse companies to experiment and get their product all set for the upcoming indoor and spring outdoor seasons. If this reads like a NY Times trends piece, I apologize.