This pocket is perfect for CW, and it is now his go-to style of stringing sticks. He used to use a V or U shooter, but since that’s no longer legal in college, CW had pretty much taken it out of how he strings sticks. Here is Connor Wilson’s perfect mesh lacrosse pocket stringing tutorial.
Piotr Stalmach from Mesh Wizard in Poland has some awesome tips for stringing sticks, and this week, he’s showing us how to do the X-Up Top String for traditional sticks!
From Krieg: My pocket is pretty specific to my stick, in that the head I use is wider than most, and really stiff. This makes it great to string with a deep channel, and keeps the head sturdy enough to not whip out when I shoot or pass.
While in in Prague, CW had the pleasure of meeting Piotr Stalmach, of Mesh Wizard fame (based out of Poland), and Piotr graciously offered to create a new traditional top string video tutorial for us.
Do you have a traditional pocket that you love, but you worry that you will someday break the plastic head that it is in? And do you not use the traditional because of the 100% rational fear? If so, or if you have a broken stick with a great leather and lace pocket in it, have no fear! CW is here to show you how to move your traditional pocket from one head to another…
I created a new stringing tutorial on our YouTube page, and this time around I’m getting a little crazy, and teaching you how to string mesh! I know, anything but traditional from me is weird… but I played with mesh for years in college, and still know how to string a great pocket.
Connor Wilson explains how you can EASILY learn the Teardrop Top String for your traditional sticks.
Please welcome Kevin McGuirl to LAS. He’s come by to teach us all a thing or two about stick stringing! First up, 10-Diamond Mesh.
Upon request, a closer look at an easy, simple top string. You can do this, it’s easier than you think.
Check out how Anthony Kelly (Ohio State) of the MLL Machine shows off his stringing style with a fresh new STX wand. Also check out A-Train’s ridiculous college flow… wowzas!
Daniel Shields from Onondaga Community College stops by LAS to show you all how to do a nifty new top string. Class is in session so take notes and pay attention.