After a long summer off from posting (but not stringing!) I’m back with a Throne Takeover for our first Traditional Thursday of the 2016-17 school year.
Welcome to the 2016-17 Ultimate Mesh Review! I go through some of the most popular mesh and tell you what’s what with each product.
Throne of String joins Epoch Lacrosse for this week’s Tie Up Tuesday featuring a custom dyed and strung head in tribute to Zack Dorn’s love for Chipotle!
Epoch Lacrosse has a collection of Tied Up heads and through Tie Up Tuesday, the stockpile still grows. Shout out to those featured in an #EpochTieUp!
Joe Williams, mastermind behind Throne of String, sat down with Epoch Lacrosse at LaxCon 2015 to Tie Up The Hawk head while impressing a small crowd!
Did Throne Rip Off The AK Savo Pocket? The imitation or rip off game is ripe in lacrosse, but does this “Throne Rip Off” qualify as stealing?
The US Lacrosse National Convention took place January 23-25th in Baltimore, Maryland and we just had to share our up close and personal view of all of the gear in the #LaxCon fan festival!
Take an inside look at this 2015 #Laxcon head custom dyed by Stylin Strings which pay homage to Rorke Denver, Baltimore, Throne, ECD, Jimalax, RIT Dye, LaxAllStars and more!
To celebrate the US Lacrosse Convention in Baltimore this year, Stylin Strings created a one-of-a-kind dye job on a Metrik lacrosse head. The Maryland flag inspired design features Rorke Denver, LaxAllStars, Rit Dye, East Coast Dyes, and Throne of String.
To celebrate the 2015 US Lacrosse Convention, which took place over the weekend in Baltimore, the crew at Stylin Strings created a one-of-a-kind #LaxCon themed lacrosse head and put it on display at their booth. Here’s an up-close look!
Why would one want to shave a wooden lacrosse stick? And how would you shave a wooden lacrosse stick? Here is how and why.
To get things going in Connor Versus again, we kept it local, and took on Joe Williams of Throne of String for Episode 4 of this ongoing series. We dueled it out lacrosse style on his rooftop in Brooklyn, used wooden sticks, and had a blast.