The Kong lacrosse shaft from Fantum Lacrosse is a thicker wooden shaft designed for the toughest players and the smoothest feel in the world.
StringKing brought the heat with Type 4 and the new Tri-Twist technology that has reduced the weight of their mesh while increasing the strength. You also get a 6-month warranty on this mesh, so you know that they trust the durability and performance in Type 4 over all other meshes they have created.
NFHS Boys Lacrosse Rules have changed for 2018 in order to make the game safer and more enjoyable for all involved. Check out Stringers Society’s update for all the high school lacrosse rule changes.
The lacrosse anchor knot is used by many players when stringing their lacrosse stick. The anchor knot allows you to keep the sidewall tight and anchor the mesh where you want it.
Lacrosse shooting strings can make or break your pocket so understanding their value is crucial. If you need help with lacrosse shooting strings look no further than Stringers Society
Haven’t heard of Rocket Mesh before? Well, I would keep reading because the team at Rocket Mesh Lacrosse have designed the worlds lightest & strongest lacrosse mesh in the game.
This week Stringers Society thought it would fun to highlight some of the best traditional lacrosse stringers on Instagram that consistently inspire us. Each one of these stringers’ Instagram names has been hyperlinked to their account so you can go check out their work yourself
The Special Interlock Knot is useful for many styles of stringing and should always be an option in your arsenal. Don’t limit your range of stringing and playing by not knowing this knot!
“With a natural rubber grip, you can relax the hands/wrists and pull down on that bottom hand to rip through your shot more naturally. Less restriction of the hand and wrist muscles means you are maximizing your shot velocity. “
The Buttendz Paradox is a lasting grip that can be easily applied to any shaft. This sleek, one-piece grip offers reliable a feel that improves control and can also offer a great look.
At Stringers Shack your not going to find sponsored athletes, a fancy site, or high-quality videos of the product. What you will find is a company that sticks to its mission by creating the highest quality product at the lowest price point for players that they can.
lacrosse tape jobs can completely renew your stick and while taping your lacrosse stick isn’t necessary, neither is tying your shoes…you probably do that.
If you are relatively new to lacrosse then you probably don’t know what the parts of a lacrosse head are and their significance. In this article, we break down each one and give you a good foundation to start on. Stay Tuned as we will go more in depth next time!
The ninja of top string that has shrouded itself in the shadow of the scoop to score with optimal proficiency. The 9d hidden top string was a driving force for Lyle Thompson during his historic collegiate career and don’t you want a timeline like that?
The STX Arrow is by far an eye catcher for even the most experienced lacrosse player and one of those heads you just don’t see too often. This is actually the first one that I have seen in person along with also having the pleasure of stringing
Six Diamond mesh has been an option for years…but not like this. Lax Room may have reinvented the wheel here with this mesh and we aren’t complaining! In our opinion these wheels belong on a Rolls Royce and everyone else has been making wooden wagon wheels.
The Warrior Evo is a head that has been around the block a time or two. There have been so many different variations of this head it has provided players with a reliable head that has been true for all attack men players for years.
Batman has his utility belt and you have your stringing kit. While yours may not be too useful for fighting crime in Gotham, I bet that Batman isn’t great at centering a stop string. Either way both the utility belt and the stringing kit should be fully stocked at all times, so here are some tools you should keep on hand to be a better stringer.