Old Pocket, Quick Fix
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That Old Lacrosse Head: Old Pocket, Quick Fix Tutorial

Welcome to and Old Pocket, Quick Fix edition of That Old Lacrosse Head! I show you how to convert any old tennis racket traditional into a much more use friendly six shooter. It’s quick, easy, and results in a great pocket! If you want to learn how to string a six shooter from scratch, check out our tutorial for that, here.

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This is a really easy way to salvage an older, shallow pocket, while keeping the integrity of the original string job very much intact. If the leathers are still good, then you’re really lucky. If they’re super stiff, try oiling them up with baby oil. If the pocket is in shambles, you’re better off just restringing the whole thing. But if the bones are there, you can make it work!

For more episodes of That Old Lacrosse Head, check out the below posts:

That Old Lacrosse Head: Brine Superlight II

That Old Lacrosse Head: Brine D80 aka the Spoon

That Old Lacrosse Head: Warrior Razer 2.0

That Old Lacrosse Head: Doc’s NYC STX Viper

That Old Lacrosse Head: OG Warrior Revolution

That Old Lacrosse Head: Brine Prophcy

That Old Lacrosse Head: Excalibur Six Shooter

That Old Lacrosse Head: STX Hi-Wall

That Old Lacrosse Head: Traditional STX Excalibur

That Old Lacrosse Head: STX X2 – John Jay Dye

That Old Lacrosse Head: OG Brine Edge

That Old Lacrosse Head: Double Brine Shotgun

Next week I’ll be fixing up another old lacrosse head (probably not another Brine D80 though) and fixing up the pocket, then giving it back to CityLax. What head will I fix up? What head do YOU want to see me fix up? The choices are endless, so speak up and let me know what you want to see!