Following the lead of 24 Seven Lax, we take a look at current college players’ stick set ups for the 2013 season. New stringing rules mean lots of new pockets for Denver and Maryland!
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Justin Skaggs of Stylin’ Strings Lacrosse is back on LAS with a fully developed updated on the new shooting string rule, and some handy diagrams that show how it all works!
Episode 7 of The Lacrosse Show tackles traditional heads, gives you five examples of custom traditional stringing and provides a 2013 Legal Head guide!
Justin Skaggs, of StylinStrings, took some initiative and got Jon Hind of the NCAA Rules Committee on the phone to talk about the proposed 2013 stick stringing rules. Their conversation may just shock you!
The Lacrosse Show is back and this week’s episode features Connor Wilson addressing the proposed lacrosse stick rule changes for 2013. Are they really that bad? Connor investigates with science!
Stylin’ Strings is back with another killer dye and string job! This time it’s the Redrum theme and they went all out! There is still time to enter the LAS Dye contest so get inspired and get to work so you can get to winning!
Josh Rottman stops by with a detailed run down on what you need to put on a successful stringing clinic. Whether you’re a 3rd grader new to the game or a sophomore in college, knowing how to string your own stick is a HUGE benefit to your game. Get learned!
I’ve gotten requests for dye jobs and traditional string jobs. Lots of them. But I have to be selective because I don’t have that much time. This most recent creation is for Gabe Kelley of Wesleyan and this All-American is lucking out with a sweet dye and a sweet string job. It’s on!
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.
Kevin McGuirl is back with another string tutorial. This time he’s showing you how to do the Triangle Top String to perfection. Guys like Ned Crotty and the stringers of Pocket 34 use this top string, so you know its legit. Lacrosse knowledge all up in your grill.
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!
Its later in the evening but I’m still thinking lacrosse. Since I didn’t get any suggestions on our facebook page that would require less than 30,000 words (Thanks for trying Sam! That could be a book!), I went with pictures of 412 playing lax in college and some traditional stringing. Standard.
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.
Sure, it’s Thanksgiving but LAS almost never takes a day off so we’re still unloading TONS of video, photos and opinion on you. We’re so thankful that you’re with us, it’s the least we could do!
Upon request, a closer look at an easy, simple top string. You can do this, it’s easier than you think.
More Lacrosse Drop means more uniforms suggestions, inspiring stories, stick stringing, lacrosse photos and video, commentary, links and awesomeness. Get low. GBs are right around the corner.
Traditional stringing makes me happy. It’s so good I did it twice.
More custom stringing just in time for the tail end of Fall. Let’s go play Big Buck Hunter now!