When you first get a lacrosse stick,it will be very tight.But, if you look under the stick head, there will be 4 strings. Place a lacrosse ball in your stick head it should make the netting go down. Tighten the strings until the ball is sitting snugly in the stick head.
Put the ball in your stick, make your stick eye level. & see if you can see some of the ball over the head of your lacrosse stick. Meaning, that the whole ball is not completely inside the whole stick. If it is inside the whole head of your stick, you need to tighten your netting.
You use nylon strings called sidewall and tie knots and loops to string the mesh into the head.
I also had that same problem with my lacrosse shaft and head. The only thing I found that worked was I had to force it on and bang the shaft on the floor. It will not damage your stick and should get the head on.
just try it because i did it and my stick is just fine
40 inches long for a short stick including the head
Normally the lacrosse head is screwed into the shaft. You can therefore use a screwdriver to unscrew the screw connecting the head to the shaft. once the screw is removed you will be able to remove the head from the lacrosse shaft
Depends on the head shaft and what it is made of as well if it is a defencive stick or attack stick.
ya go crazy, as far as i know there is no regulation about painting or otherwise coloring the head of a lacrosse stick
The shaft in lacrosse is the stick part. The butt is the rubber stopper on the end of the stick. The head is the plastic part which has the pocket. The shaft is the part of the stick where you hold it.