Two kids in Harlem had the traditional lacrosse stick obsession, so we hooked them up with some top notch string jobs on their Gait Fuel and Reebok 10K heads!
#TraditionalThursdays are back, and we’re featuring a two-leather pocket called the Eagle’s Nest. It almost looks like Monster Mesh, but it’s cross lace and leather.
Traditional Thursdays are back with a leather-less traditional pocket by Kick Ash Lax out of Upstate NY.
Last week’s Traditional Thursdays took a look at Billy Bitter’s Bad Boy. This week, we hop across the pond and help represent the good ol’ USA with a red, white and blue traditional.
Billy Bitter gets in on the #TraditionalThursdays action with a wide diamond traditional in a Maverik Bad Boy head.
After reading Gregory Rose’s post on a recent traditional string job, reader Reid Anderson shared some of his own pita pockets, and some tips on how he strings them. These are some great tips!
It’s a whole new Thursday trend… we’re taking Old School to a different level and bringing in Traditional Thursdays, where we show off a sweet new traditional string job each week.
The Hot Pot is back and TOTALLY different! The post has been transformed into something with more bite, to really get you going in the AM. It’s a RANT and this week it is about Traditional smack talking.
We’re looking for professional lacrosse players that use traditional! We’ve found 4 good ones so far and need your help for the rest of the Summer!
Traditional lacrosse pockets are more rare than ever, but there are still some hold outs in the college lacrosse ranks, and many of these laxers are the best in the game. It’s time for the 2012 All Traditional College Lacrosse Team!
For those who learn visually, Muamer Razic has a fantastic source for learning to string traditional pockets! Weston from Colorado details how to string up sick traditional lacrosse pockets and shows off one of his creations in a NEW Under Armour head.
The Old School Lacrosse magic is back! Now we’re pinching, stringing and re-using the non-offset lacrosse heads of yesteryear. Got Old School? Send us an email at email@example.com!
Traditional stringing makes me happy. It’s so good I did it twice.
I went on a little traditional stringing bender this week. Gotta feed the need.