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
Lacrosse Pockets are customizable and defining pieces of each player’s stick. Picking the right lacrosse pocket style for you can go a long way and not knowing what to choose can really hurt you as a player. Choose wisely, and do your research.
Knots to create pockets, and every stringer starts somewhere. Get started with your stringing journey here, or just refresh your memory.
Turtle Mesh has created a virtual pocket to help you visually create your own custom pocket. They offer custom pockets, dyes, and their own signature head that lets you be the designer of your stick and stand out as much as you want.
Truthfully, there is nothing I like more than a quality strung traditional lacrosse pocket. From the initial stringing through the break in process, you are able to achieve a different connection with stick unlike mesh. On the other hand, a poorly executed traditional pocket can be aggravating, discouraging, & annoying.
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
Ten Minute Traditional provides the highest quality of traditional stringing with unbeatable deals. Learn about their great pockets here.
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!
The Chenango Top String creates a taught channel that can also improve ball security and increase hold. Learn the benefits and how to here.