The biggest reasons for this is that the mesh does a better job holding the shape of the pocket. Source s: Lacrosse Repair Kit Easton: Ok so apparently STX would use wood glue to attach the head the the shaft.
Using a high pocket will help solve this problem as the ball is scooped up and sits in the pocket right away. For a long pole, our recommendation is the 2 standard throwstring configuration. Still nothing...... If you are in a pinch and need a head strung up ASAP check out our rush stringing service, which gets your head strung up and shipped from our warehouse in 2 business days or less.
The fewer strings you have, the quicker the release. Affix all screws to secure the stick shaft and head in place. Or the evo ti by warrior.
Having too much whip will it make more difficult to throw the long cross-field passes. If you are a player who is also looking for more hold, then we recommend a soft mesh as well.
Once a head and shaft have been attached for a while, it may take some force to get them apart even after you remove their anchoring screws.
It's best to get the liquid form if you can find it, but the powder works just as well. We do understand that Lax.
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Skip to main content. If you play middie, go with a mid pocket. You can either soak it in water to make it stretch but also it you put lotion on it will soften the mesh up a bit. Any other ideas?