Today we're checking out the Brine Prophecy head on That Old Lacrosse Head! The Brine Prophecy is a classic crazy head.
Stringing Patterns have plenty of upside, but there is also a downside to using a pre-set methodology for stringing your lacrosse stick. I tend to stay away from specific patterns, but I do use a lot of the same knots in the same places on different heads, and that is because of the pros and cons I'm going to list out inside!
Welcome back to Tuesday Tie Up! Each week, we will have a different lacrosse pro or personality talking about how they string up their head, and each post is brought to you by Epoch Lacrosse. This week: Dustin from Northstar Lacrosse!
The STX Hi-Wall is a classic non-offset head, but I don't just have a Hi-Wall today... I also have an STX Laser Hi-Wall, which is actually something different, in its own way. The STX Laser Hi-Wall came out first, and it's a follow up to STX's Laser Lite head, which had a slightly thinner sidewall.
Welcome to That Old Lacrosse Head! The Brine Shotgun and the Shotgun II came out in the late 1980s. Today I'm fixing up two Brine Shotgun heads.
I am not the first person to create a Men's Trakker Pocket. The fact is, this type of pocket has been around for well over a decade, and Paul Gait used to play with one in Major League Lacrosse. So what is the Trakker Pocket? How is it supposed to be used? And how can you use it to string up a fancy new pocket?
Phil Pierce, known as Spawn of Pipo to all of his Instagram and YouTube followers, is a seasoned vet when it comes to stringing. Phil is an Army vet and a Maryland native and has been stringing for a while, stringing for places like Lacrosse Unlimited and others.
Welcome to our new weekly series, Tuesday Tie Up! Each week, we will have a different lacrosse pro or personality talking about how they string up their head, and each post is brought to you by Epoch Lacrosse. This week: Corbyn Tao of the Minnesota Swarm!