StringDex Lacrosse Stringing Guide
With years of lacrosse stringing experience and plenty of time for testing products, we want to help spread the good word on stringing. Unlike other sports, lacrosse is unique because of stringing. Players can positively or negatively affect their ability to perform by adding just one string to their pocket. This makes stringing an art, not a science, and can put a great amount of value on one’s pocket.
Lacrosse stringing is also one of the oldest art forms that can be traced to North America. The ingenuity, creativity, and dedication to stringing have been passed down for centuries. In our current game, there are more ways to string and materials than ever before. It can be difficult to find what is quality and what isn’t in the sea of products, but we have your back.
Stringing a lacrosse goalie stick can be a frustrating task for both new and skilled stringers; although, with this simple formula, you will be stringing pearls in no time for every lacrosse goalie you know.
Learn how to string a women’s lacrosse head in a few easy steps with stringers society and the mesh dynasty
Stringing a lacrosse head can be a challenging task especially for those new to lacrosse stringing. Don’t struggle with the pains of stringing when we have all the answers and are here to walk you through the process. With detailed photos and step by step directions, Stringers Society has improved the process for players.
Updated lacrosse stringing rules for 2019 and 2020 NCAA and NFHS men’s lacrosse. Learn the rules of lacrosse heads, shafts, and lacrosse stringing for stick checks.
Stringers Society produces in-depth lacrosse tutorials about lacrosse stringing, lacrosse pockets, lacrosse top strings, lacrosse knots & much more. Stringing a lacrosse head can be a difficult task especially if you are new to the game. Luckily we have all the resources to get your lacrosse stringing skills up to date!
In recent years, the lacrosse market has blown up causing many different 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 companies has become an overwhelming task for some.
Lacrosse Stringing FAQ
How much does it cost to string a lacrosse stick?
The average price to restring a lacrosse head in the United States without stringing supplies can vary between $10 – $25 dollars depending on the stringer.
How to string a defensive lacrosse head?
Almost all defenders that I have strung lacrosse heads for in the past almost always choose a high lacrosse pocket. The Full Stringing Tutorial: How to String a Lacrosse Head with a High Lacrosse Pocket
How to string a good lacrosse pocket?
How to string top string on lacrosse stick
First pick a lacrosse top string style for stringing your lacrosse head and continue to follow the step by step guide.
Lacrosse Stringing Service
If you are looking for a Stringers Society custom strung lacrosse stick, you can check out Step in Sports in Chagrin Falls, Ohio! We string most of the Mens Lacrosse Pockets but make sure to request Nick or Matt to ensure you get a Stringers Society Pocket. If you are a women’s lacrosse player, you will have to specifically ask for one of us.
Step in Sports Contact Info:
- Mon: 11:00-5:30
- Tues: 11:00-5:30
- Wed: 11:00-5:30
- Thurs: 11:00-5:30
- Fri: 11:00-5:30
- Sat: 10:30-5:00
- Sunday: Closed