Are you a seasoned player looking to improve your stick’s stringing? Are you just beginning lacrosse and clueless to what stringing is best? Either way, you can always change up your stringing for a potentially better fit for your style. This can be especially useful if you’re just entering the collegiate or high school level of play.
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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.
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.
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!
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.
Playing with a pinched head makes it easier to keep the ball in your stick and give you more control over how you handle the ball when you have it on your stick. It also directs your passes more and in many cases makes them more precise/accurate.