the strings that hold the mesh to the side walls of the stick
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.
it does help if you have them and they really needed but it is your lacrosse stick and your ideas
I think so.
The two strings in the middle are the shooting strings and the ones on the outside help control the ball when cradling.
Regular athletic tape can be used on a lacrosse stick for taping down strings or marking hand positioning. If the lacrosse stick is broken, it cannot be fixed using tape.
3 string straight across
Replace the mesh,shooting strings,sidewall strings, dye the head.
mesh, the shooting string and other strings to string ur stick
For a traditional pocket, they have no use in a mesh pocket unless it is an open sidewall goalie stick.
No. It just makes your shot more accurate. Or it also helps if you want some whip on your stick.