Welcome to The Gopher Project! My name is Kevin aka Gopherlax. Every Thursday here on LaxAllStars, we’re going to take a look at one aspect of stringing. Unlike Traditional Thursday’s in the past, I will not be focused solely on traditional stringing. I envision this space having a collection of tutorials, new twists on pockets and spotlights from […]
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.
We teamed up with StylinStrings to offer FIVE Limited Edition Floating Sidewall Pita Pockets, and these things are MINT! Here’s a little more info and background on this LE product we’re proud to have helped produce. While I love stringing, there is no way I could offer out my services to people. I simple don’t […]
This week we’re taking a look at a Patterson Youth Stick, and this Wood Stick Wednesday post goes back to the early 1970s!
Traditional Lacrosse has been all over the US and Canada selling their sticks, and became one of the larger modern wooden stick makers almost overnight.
The Mohawk Manufacturing Company was a huge name in lacrosse back when wooden sticks were the only available option, and over 40 years ago you could buy one in a hardware store for about $8 pretty much anywhere in Ontario.
Welcome to Wood Stick Wednesday! We have wooden sticks from Thompson & Sons Lacrosse Company. Thompson & Sons is run by Mike Thompson out of Akwesasne.
I came up with a new hybrid pocket (or at least what I think is a new hybrid pocket) by combining different elements from a couple traditional variations.
This week I fix up an Old Wooden Goalie Stick. Welcome to Traditional Thursday! It’s an old Bacharach Rasin wooden goalie stick… I think!
Connor Wilson, publisher of LaxAllStars.com, pays homage to Flip Naumberg by creating a Flip inspired pocket in a Flip designed head!
I first saw a floating pita pocket about 15 years ago. Since then I’ve always wanted a perfect floating pita of my own. Now you can have one too!
For the Tie Up Tuesday this year, Tim Roche from Salty Strings is back, this time showing off what he calls the Paracord Pocket.