This week I’ll run through a how-to for stringing a Huron Top String. The Huron features a “dropped top string” that uses three different pieces of top string. This is nice if you are into custom pockets, and the added top strings really provide some extra tightness to prevent this style of dropped top string from hitting plastic.
As always, this is just one way to string a Huron Top String, so string one up and put your own spin on it if you would like.
Check my previous post for a run down on the why you would string a pocket this way and look out next week for my take on the Iroquois Top String.