a womens lacrosse pocket has a net with four vertical leather strips, with string weaving in its place.
With a mid-pocket, hard mesh.
yea i have 1 just like that
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. i do dyes mesh traditional, everything!
Go to a sports store and by a mesh kit. IN the mesh kit should be directions on how to string a stick
For a traditional pocket, they have no use in a mesh pocket unless it is an open sidewall goalie stick.
There really isn't any specific way to string a women's lacrosse head. There are multiple stringing patterns which are to provide each player with a pocket that works best for them and their position.
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.
What i do is get a traditional lacrosse stringing kit. Put 2 leathers into the ends of the mesh and lace the sides traditionally.
If you want more hold then tighten the bottom shooting string. If u want a smaller pocket then you can pull the string at the very bottom of the head.
the shooting string
you can have them string it for you, and they have stringing kits that you can buy