Last week we dropped the Double Traditional Tutorial on you guys, and asked you to send in Reader Submissions! We have already received a couple of submissions and these pockets are looking amazing!
Welcome to the Double Traditional Tutorial! This week’s #TraditionalThursday demonstrates how to string the Double Traditional pocket and offers up some tips and tricks to make it easy. If you can string a single string traditional, you can string a double traditional… it’s time to get to work!
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 […]
Today we’re showing you how to string traditional lacrosse pockets, but we’re not just teaching you how to string ONE pocket… we’re teaching you how to string ALL the pockets!
The 1907 Wooden Lacrosse Stick is something extremely special. It’s incredibly rare, important to the history of the game as far as patents go, and it’s a serious piece of art work! Welcome to Traditional Thursday!
Replaceable sidewall stringing is key to creating a good traditional pocket that you can easily move from one to to another lacrosse head. Today, Connor shows you an easy way to string this up yourself.
What is a good head for traditional lacrosse stringing? We’re talking solid frames for the leather and crosslace.
Welcome to Traditional Thursday: Reader Questions Answered! We get great questions via email and answer them. Hopefully this helps you out as much as it helps the person who submitted the original question!
Welcome to an English Stringing Explosion for your Traditional Thursday! I met a Welsh player in Denver this summer, and he had a perfectly strung Rock-It Pocket in his neon green STX head… except it wasn’t strung by Rock-It Pocket… it was strung by Chris Wilson, an English traditional stringing expert from Manchester.
GopherLax5 hit us up on Instagram with a sweet new Grow The Game themed dye and string job that he was proud to show off. Not only did he want to show the world this head, he wants to give it away for FREE too! Before we get to how you can add it to […]
It’s high time for Readers Questions Answered! You guys send in some excellent traditional lacrosse questions, and every once in a while we sift through some of the most intriguing comments and questions, and actually respond. I know, we should do this more often. Maybe we will!
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 […]
Joe O’Neill, from Stringer’s Shack, owns one of the most amazing and rare old school lacrosse sticks that I have ever seen, and today we’re showing it off to you! It’s a special stick from Etobicoke Sports!
Why would one want to shave a wooden lacrosse stick? And how would you shave a wooden lacrosse stick? Here is how and why.
Welcome to Throwback Thursday! Today’s post will focus on wooden lacrosse sticks, but there is so much more to say and see that a video was quite simply required.