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With Connor up in Syracuse prepping his own traditional wand for a game tonight with Team LAS against the Syracuse Stingers, I offered to take over this week’s Traditional Thursday post with a reader’s submission and my own Pita Pocket that I have been working on lately.
Consider this the beginnings of a follow up to the 2012 Professional Lacrosse All Traditional Team. It’s box lacrosse season. Who’s using leathers?
It’s a traditional call to arms! If you see a college player using traditional stringing, we want to know so we can put them on the 2013 College Lacrosse All-Traditional Team!
We’ve run through some pretty spectacular traditional lacrosse pockets over the last couple of months in our Traditional Thursday posts, and this week is no exception!
Doug Trettin’s legendary EverPocket2 gets a FULL review from a true appreciator of traditional lacrosse stringing.
Connor Wilson explains how you can EASILY learn the Teardrop Top String for your traditional sticks.
We kick things off with a group photo of traditional sticks, and then get right into a new synthetic leather being offered by the Stringer’s Shack, in Massachusetts. Leather lacrosse game changer?
As the Spring season gets closer and closer, CW takes a look at the benefits, and the drawbacks, of traditional lacrosse pockets vs. mesh.
Welcome to another Monday Crosse Clicks, where we cover everything inside the lacrosse world, outside of the college game!
This week’s Lacrosse Drop is a great mix of news, excellent video, links, photos and more. Drop on in, we’re expecting you.
Billy Bitter gets in on the #TraditionalThursdays action with a wide diamond traditional in a Maverik Bad Boy head.
Part of the fun collecting classic lacrosse sticks is restoring and passing special ones along to the next generation of laxers. Since my brother’s daughter recently started playing, it was time to find her a classic women’s wooden stick. And because my niece is too young to know about LAS, I thought I’d show everyone what she’s getting for Christmas this year.
Welcome back to #TraditionalThursdays, where we show off some perfect looking traditional sticks. It’s a different stick, and a different stringer each week.
After reading Gregory Rose’s post on a recent traditional string job, reader Reid Anderson shared some of his own pita pockets, and some tips on how he strings them. These are some great tips!