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.
Probably duck tape
no, as far as you are not taping the mesh
to tape the knob start right on the rubber and tape going up the shaft to a certain point where you should feel it should stop remember not to tape the top of the stick as you need it smooth to cradle
I hope you mean on a lacrosse stick. Electrical tape would not make a very good stick of any kind, lacrosse or otherwise.That said... not especially, no. Electrical tape isn't really designed for that purpose, and the adhesive on most kinds doesn't work all that well on something that's handled frequently, particularly the plastic sorts (the cloth ones might work slightly better). It's likely to peel and/or get "gummy" after a while.
No you do not need to, people say that it helps but it makes no difference.
no you don't tape the top of your lacrosse shaft........you just tape just lower region for better grip and reminding you where to put your hands.
The reasoning of the tape is to know where the proper positioning of your hands should be.
Mueller athletic tape. dont use regular medical tape, it falls apart and gets your stick all sticky and messed up. Black Mueller athletic tape works the best and looks the best.
well, i put about 6 inches on the bottom and top and a ring where i like to put my hand when i pass
Duck tape another pole(cut however long you want it) onto the end.