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!
Tag Archives | Traditional
It’s a whole new Thursday trend… we’re taking Old School to a different level and bringing in Traditional Thursdays, where we show off a sweet new traditional string job each week.
Even with all of the detailed photos, it can be just a little hard to see all the detail in the EverPocket2, so we’re showing off a nice how-to video in this week’s Old School.
The Hot Pot is back and TOTALLY different! The post has been transformed into something with more bite, to really get you going in the AM. It’s a RANT and this week it is about Traditional smack talking.
The Lacrosse Drop is back on Sunday as a recurring feature: One post, tons of information, photos and video. It’s a can’t miss piece of top shelf content!
Episode 7 of The Lacrosse Show tackles traditional heads, gives you five examples of custom traditional stringing and provides a 2013 Legal Head guide!
This week’s Old School takes a DEEP look at the EverPocket, a traditional pocket you can move from head to head. This invention has been around for decades, but 2012-13 might just be its biggest year!
This week’s Old School focuses on wooden lacrosse sticks, how they are made, who makes them, what they can mean to a die hard player, and how YOU can get your hands on one.
We’re looking for professional lacrosse players that use traditional! We’ve found 4 good ones so far and need your help for the rest of the Summer!
Traditional lacrosse pockets are more rare than ever, but there are still some hold outs in the college lacrosse ranks, and many of these laxers are the best in the game. It’s time for the 2012 All Traditional College Lacrosse Team!
It’s a brand new year, which means it’s time for a brand new lacrosse drop on the federal holiday of holidays! Some are off, some are working, and the Lacrosse Drop is here for you no matter what.
We thought the Old School question was settled last week. We really did! But an encounter with lacrosse legend Chris Massey is making us rethink our position! We’ve got video!
For those who learn visually, Muamer Razic has a fantastic source for learning to string traditional pockets! Weston from Colorado details how to string up sick traditional lacrosse pockets and shows off one of his creations in a NEW Under Armour head.
The Old School Lacrosse magic is back! Now we’re pinching, stringing and re-using the non-offset lacrosse heads of yesteryear. Got Old School? Send us an email at email@example.com!
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.
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.
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!
You only have to bear through 2 more excruciating mornings of Connor Wilson making the lacrosse coffee. Sometimes it’s been less than perfect but I really think you can feel the love in there. The Force is strong in this one? All the good lacrosse news and stories of interest. Plus some thoughts on why Traditional rules.
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.