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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.

Forum Friday

The Best Traditional Leathers

0 - Published January 3, 2014 by in Stringing, Traditional

Traditional stringing has always been a big topic here at LAS, and this week’s Forum Friday is a question about the best leathers to use. This matter is clearly based on opinion, but with so many options these days, from Throne to East Coast Dyes to Jimalax and more, hearing testimonials from other players in […]

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Traditional Thursday: Old Wood, New Life

0 - Published January 2, 2014 by in Traditional

I picked up an old Hattersley’s Viktoria (made in England) on Craigslist (thanks to Chris Tiernan for physically picking it up for me), and even though it’s a women’s stick, it was well worth putting a new men’s pocket in it to shoot around and use for coaching. Giving an old, well used stick a […]

Forum Friday

Dropped Top String Advice

0 - Published December 27, 2013 by in Stringing

At the beginning of the month, a LaxAllStars Community member asked for advice to string a dropped top string. He has a Tribe 7 head, which seems to be popular with some face off guys like Greg Gurenlian, and is unsure about which type of dropped top string to use.

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Traditional Friday? Leather Pull Strings

0 - Published December 20, 2013 by in Stringing, Traditional

When you look at this lacrosse head I’ve strung up, you will notice that the bottom holes aren’t like any other lacrosse head. There are only 2 holes and the sidewall is so spaced out that you can’t really pull a leather through the last sidewall like you can with a STX Proton/Super Power. So […]

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Traditional Thursday: Double Traditional

0 - Published December 12, 2013 by in Traditional

We’re getting weird this week on #traditionalthursday. We’ve seen Connor Wilson’s take on the double traditional in the past, but this week I took it literally and doubled up on the lace. Let’s get down on some leather and lace theory…

Mesh Buyers Guide 2013

Mesh Buyer’s Guide 2013

0 - Published December 6, 2013 by in Gear, Mesh, Stringing

One of our gifts to you this holiday season is a Buyer’s Guide for some of the hottest high performance, wax, dyed, and/or rubberized lacrosse mesh available. Every single piece of mesh on the market may not be included in the guide, but it covers the vast majority of the major players. At the same […]

Forum Friday

Know About Rubber Mesh?

0 - Published November 29, 2013 by in Mesh

In the past year or so, wax mesh has made a lot of noise and has gained a ton of support in the lacrosse world. But what about rubber mesh?

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Top String Tuesday: Two Triangle Top String

0 - Published November 26, 2013 by in Mesh, Stringing, Tutorials

This week I’m sticking to the blue and orange theme that I went with in last week’s Braided Top Shooter. I love the triangle top string. I love the way it looks. I love the way it keeps the ball from hitting plastic and I love the fact that you get to use two different […]

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Traditional Thursday: Inside Billy’s Mind

0 - Published November 21, 2013 by in Stringing, Traditional

I’m beginning to see this style shooting string pop up everywhere now, often at youth practices, and usually in neon colors for some reason… But I couldn’t ignore it any longer, especially now that our boy Ratzke hooked us up with a tutorial and in depth explanation on how it works. I decided to try […]

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Top String Tuesday: Braided Top Shooter

0 - Published November 19, 2013 by in Mesh, Stringing, Tutorials

This week I thought I would mix it up a bit and throw together a top shooter tutorial. I got a lot of positive feedback on last week’s photo tutorial so I’m sticking to it this week with a photo tutorial for a braided top shooting string.  This shooter was introduced to me by the […]

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Traditional Thursday: Breaking In 5D

0 - Published November 14, 2013 by in Traditional

More great break-in advice from Greg Rose: The initial advice on breaking in the pocket is to make sure all the crosslace junctions secure around the leather and keep the diamonds even. To make sure of this, keep a careful eye on the diamonds as it breaks in and use your finger to scoot the […]