Lacrosse Mesh: Your Ultimate Buying Guide for Performance
In recent years, the lacrosse market has blown up causing many different lacrosse brands of lacrosse mesh to pop up. More choices with lots of different technologies and methods. What was once an easy choice between a few lacrosse companies has become an overwhelming task for some. If you rather not waste your money on a piece of lacrosse mesh that you will never end up using then I would advise you to continue reading.
Best Lacrosse Mesh
The best lacrosse mesh is the lacrosse mesh that makes you the most comfortable with your own lacrosse stick and pocket. There are so many different varieties of lacrosse mesh that it can be hard to even tell the difference between what is good or bad for you, but Stringers Society is here to help. Our best lacrosse meshes are consistent and resilient lacrosse meshes that we own, use, and trust. We recommend them for any player because these lacrosse meshes are the best general options on the market. That means that no matter who you are, these best lacrosse meshes should work out for you and help you become comfortable with you lacrosse stick and pocket.
Men’s Lacrosse Mesh
Women’s Lacrosse Mesh
Goalie Lacrosse Mesh
What is the best lacrosse mesh?
In a Stringers Society Community survey, 86% of respondents prefer ECD Semi-Soft vs ECD Semi-Hard and 63% of respondents prefer ECD Semi-Soft vs StringKing Type 4s; making ECD Hero 3.0 Semi-Soft the most preferred lacrosse mesh.
Types of Lacrosse Mesh
Performance lacrosse mesh is the new age of lacrosse mesh designed with superior materials, innovative design changes, and more options than ever before.
6 diamond lacrosse mesh, or ruby mesh, mimics a traditional pocket with big diamonds. Learn about the increased feel and benefits of 6 diamond mesh here.
Hard mesh is like a fine wine that takes time to mature into a wonderful pocket. This mesh lasts too. If you look at college or pro players that use Hard Mesh you can even notice that throughout a season they will restring their stick with the same mesh, but different sidewall strings because the mesh outlasts the strings. I have even used Hard Mesh that outlasted the head I put it on, and had to transfer it to another stick.
Soft mesh is one of the “Original Two” styles of mesh that evolved from players repurposing minnow nets and using them to string their sticks. Like the name says, Soft Mesh is well…soft. It comes out of the package ready to string and play with because it is easily manipulated for the desired result.
Is just plain lacrosse mesh that is coated or infused with wax at a low temperature. There are multiple types of wax that can be used, such as microcrystalline, paraffin (refined or fully refined) or beeswax. There are two main sizes of wax mesh which are 15 & 20 millimeter. The majority of most lacrosse…