The European lacrosse community – laxer.eu

Posted 03/04/2011 by PiotreX
Categories: European Lacrosse, laxer.eu

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If you’re reading this and you’re looking for advice on stringing a head, or feel like you need someone to talk about lacrosse to, drop by Laxer.eu the new lacrosse community website. I’ll definitely be there to help any stringer that needs help.

Laxer.eu has all the latest commodities the internet has given us: a forum, classified ads (if you want to sell some old kit), facebook login and integration, all for free and completely ad-free. Laxer.eu will also feature all the latest news from the European lacrosse scene, such as tournament invitation and results and news from the various leagues across the continents.

See you there!
Piotr

Supplies

Posted 02/23/2011 by PiotreX
Categories: Uncategorized

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We’re currently using mainly StockDoctor.net supplies, made in USA. Go ahead and check them out if you’re in the US or Canada. If you’re in Europe, Stick Doctor supplies can be found locally at MeshWizard.eu.
Stick Doctor

Piotr

Harrow Crossbow with 10D Canadian Soft mesh

Posted 02/16/2011 by PiotreX
Categories: Canadian, Harrow, Mesh, Soft, Stringing

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Time to restart the show, it’s been quite a long time since my last post. Here’s a treat for you, featuring Canadian Soft mesh, intended for a defensive box lacrosse player. I went for a low pocket to allow the player to keep the ball away from those feisty attackmen and run up the field without having to worry about losing the ball. So as you can guess, hold is very good. Whip is small but it will probably whip more in time as even though it’s double thickness mesh, it’ll break in and bag a little.

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Cheers,
Piotr

Tutorial: Replacing Leathers

Posted 11/09/2010 by PiotreX
Categories: Lacrosse, Leathers, Traditional, Tutorial

Check out this cool tutorial I did on TLF. It shows how to remove and replace broken or used up leathers from your traditionally strung head, be it a men’s or a women’s head.

Replacing Leathers

Brine Edge X with SS Semi-Hard 6D

Posted 07/07/2010 by PiotreX
Categories: Europe, Lacrosse, Mesh, Stringing

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– 6d triangle topstring
– Very good hold and that probably means a lot of whip, but it’s going on a pole so should feel like less.

lacrosse,brine edge x,6D
lacrosse,brine edge x,6D
lacrosse,brine edge x,6D
lacrosse,brine edge x,6D

Mesh Wizard stringing supply store up and running

Posted 04/21/2010 by PiotreX
Categories: Europe, Lacrosse, Mesh, Stringing

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It’s time to get things blogging again. The first Mesh Wizard orders have been shipped, products and options are being added as we speak, it’s all downhill from here🙂

Coming soon to the shop:

  • MESH!!!
  • Basic String Kits with lace in white and hopefully other colors too
  • Cheaper shipping based on weight instead of flat rate shipping
  • Nylon runners, Custom Stringing, quick net-fasteners, Dyneema Mesh

I’ll also be posting some stringings finally. My camera had some downtime, apologies.

Cheers,
Piotr
Mesh Wizard🙂

Warrior Savage II with 10D Semi Soft Mesh

Posted 12/14/2009 by PiotreX
Categories: Europe, Lacrosse, Mesh, Rolled, Semi Soft, SSS, Stringing, Warrior

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When I first bought these heads a year ago, they came strung with green soft mesh. There were three of them, and not one has formed a pocket since then. I’ve restrung them multiple times, the best idea for the soft mesh was a double sidewall design. I’ve also strung them with 1lacrosse Ready Mesh, which worked but wasn’t very pretty. This only goes to show how far selecting the right mesh can take us.

As I had a free hand I decided to try somewhere between the Semi Hard Ready Mesh and the Soft Mesh that I’ve strung these heads with before. That left me with Semi Soft. Needless to say, that was a bullseye selection.

The pocket came out right where I wanted it, with the channel nicely formed as opposed to my many previous attempts. In terms of performance I must say catching is very pleasant as the once ever present rebounds were eliminated. It throws soft with minimal whip and hold is good. For the stat junkies: Whip: 2/10, Hold: 6/10 as far as I can tell.

It’s not broken in yet so I’m sure it’ll need some minor modifications as it does, but nothing a little bottom string tightening won’t fix.

Savage II,Semi-Soft

Savage II,Semi-Soft

Savage II,Semi-Soft

Savage II,Semi-Soft

Savage II,Semi-Soft


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