The one and only marble man himself, Mike Gialanella, is debuting this rainbow warrior on LAS. Nice.
Tag Archives | stick stringing
Spread the knowledge like butter my friends!
It’s been a little while since my last crack at the Pocket 34 so here’s an update: I still don’t have it, but I’m close!
I went on a little traditional stringing bender this week. Gotta feed the need.
Michael Gialanella hits us with a few heads he’s been working on lately. Colorful, quality, cool!
LAS reader, Dan WIllson, submitted some amazing photos of a pocket that I had actually never heard of. I love random lax info and thought this was definitely worth passing along. And since lacrosse and learning go hand in hand, pay attention so you can get your knowledge on, kid.
While we love to share our own dye and string jobs here at LAS, we find it even more fun to share submissions from readers! It’s always nice to open up the laptop and see sick photos from readers all lacrosse the world!
Connor takes a shot at stringing up a Pocket 34-inspired contraption. Check it!
Nicely done traditional string jobs from a loyal reader. We love it!
A quick look at Pocket 34 by Shooterz Lacrosse. Why is this pocket so hard to reproduce?
They don’t call Spencer “Skittles” for nothin! Check out his sweet sweet top string creations!
The brightest top string you’ll ever lay your eyes on…
Anthony Kelly of the MLL Machine and STX dropped some hot string job photos on us earlier this week and now he’s back with a more detailed explanation of the process. Take it away, A-Train!
Sometimes you string up a sweet wand and then play in the mud and it gets ruined. If you’re willing to put in the extra effort, it doesn’t have to end that way. Never give up; never surrender. To top things off, we have links to the Iroquois Roster and video from the US Team vs. The Philly All Stars.
Daniel Shields from Onondaga Community College stops by LAS to show you all how to do a nifty new top string. Class is in session so take notes and pay attention.
“Wahhowww, first of all I’d like to apologize to all the goalies and defensemen of the world. This is a problem.”
What ever happened to being “blue collar”? Getting handy has gone the way of the dodo both in society and in lacrosse.