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Here you’ll find mesh and traditional stringing tutorials, advice from stringing experts, and many other opportunities to learn tricks of the trade.

Tradmesh Stringing Tutorial

Trameshional Tradmesh Stringing Tutorial

0 - Published August 12, 2014 by in Featured, Stringing, Tutorials

A couple of months back, we put up a couple of tradmesh pockets photos on Instagram that I dubbed Trameshional. Perhaps that name is stupid, but I’d never seen this variation of tradmesh done before, even though I’m sure it has been. People asked for a tutorial, I took my sweet time in making one, and now it’s here.

Stanwick Lacrosse Sticks

Traditional Thursday: Stanwick Lacrosse Camp

0 - Published August 7, 2014 by in Traditional, Training

The Stanwick Lacrosse Camp is run down in Maryland, and we were lucky enough to get photos from the camp from Craig Chase. The early premise of this post focuses on the traditional sticks on display at the camp, but it quickly degenerates into Scott Rodgers doing bicep curls with campers, ice bucket challenges, and other tomfoolery.

baby oil leather

Traditional Thursday: Baby Oil Leather

0 - Published June 12, 2014 by in Stringing, Traditional

Welcome to a Baby Oil Leather Traditional Thursday! Today I’m showing you how to weatherproof your leathers at home using the all important baby oil. It’s a tried and tested method, and I learned it from Jeremy Thompson, so you know it’s good. The genesis of this conversation followed an MLL game between the New York Lizards […]

Traditional Lacrosse Pocket Tutorial

Traditional Lacrosse Pocket Tutorial: One String

0 - Published June 7, 2014 by in Featured, Stringing, Traditional, Tutorials

I’m back with another “how-to” video, and this time around it’s a traditional lacrosse pocket tutorial. This video focuses on the single string method of stringing or netting a traditional diamond leather lacrosse pocket. I used a matte grey Gait Recon XL Universal spec head from Gait Lacrosse, bright orange cross lace, white leathers, white sidewall, and four shooting strings. It’s about as six diamond as a six diamond gets!