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Lacrosse Stringing and dyeing

Hello everyone, I've been playing lacrosse for quite a while and I want to get into stringing my own sticks. I have strung two heads in the past, with my own pocket designs, and I want to get better at it. So please, anyone who can string well, or knows about stringing, please post an instructable on how to string a lacrosse stick. Also, if anyone knows how to dye a stick well, an instructable on that would also be appreciated.

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freeza364 years ago
I posted one.
Brennn108 years ago
I am not an expert, but these fellows do a great job at lacrosseforums.com.

Here is a fantastic list of tutorials from this site. http://lacrosseforums.com/showthread.php?t=57150

Also, http://www.e-lacrosse.com/stech9.html is a great source for your dying needs. Playing lacrosse since I was 6, these tutorials have really helped me.
bakenbitz (author)  Brennn108 years ago
Thanks a lot.
No problem! If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.
bakenbitz (author)  Brennn108 years ago
I'm a defender, what kind of pocket should I string on my Revo 2.0? I want something that will throw nicely and have a good hold.
i use 6 diamond mesh

6 diamond mesh

just curious but why did you decide to use a pinched head for defense?
bakenbitz (author)  ledzep5678 years ago
The head isn't pinched much, and it is a very strong head.
really? i thought it was pinched a bunch. i like the brine Edge. theres a kid on our team with the edge dyed black, and all black mesh/shooting laces and sidewall. it looks sick
I use the brine encore x
I used to have the original Brine Edge. It was great... until I broke it. My brother just died his white Proton Power black. It looks pretty cool. We also won 19-8 today. W00t!
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