Men's Lacrosse heads can be strung a variety of ways. A men's lacrosse head is usually strung with 10 diamond hard mesh. A woman's lacrosse head is strung in a way called traditional. This type of stringing is required for regulation women's lacrosse. Men's heads can be strung traditional as well as long as the pocket meets the level of regulations such as NFHS or NCAA. Women's lacrosse heads have the ability to be strung with mesh, though it will not meet women's game regulations.
I would suggest not to, but if you absolutely have to use shoe string to do it, use dress shoe lace, much more like the sidewall string used for lacrosse sticks
you can see the dancing girls who did in the Duke Lacrosse team. she can string you up! I string lacrosse heads you can shoot me an email at email@example.com. i do dyes mesh traditional, everything!
Lacrosse mesh is the stringing in the head. they come in a variety of colors and patterns. there are also specific ways to string your head for attack, midi, and defense.
What i do is get a traditional lacrosse stringing kit. Put 2 leathers into the ends of the mesh and lace the sides traditionally.
You use nylon strings called sidewall and tie knots and loops to string the mesh into the head.
re-string it with hard mesh.
Go to a sports store and by a mesh kit. IN the mesh kit should be directions on how to string a stick
mesh, shooting strings, sidewall, and two other nylons for the top and bottom
mesh, the shooting string and other strings to string ur stick
Gloves, stick (shaft, head, and mesh), goggles, undershirt, jersey, and pants.and a mouth guard.
With a mid-pocket, hard mesh.
Just the head probably with mesh no