The Best Men’s Lacrosse Mesh Of 2018
The best lacrosse mesh of 2018 is a pretty personal choice. With the changes in mesh this past year the mesh that you choose affects almost every aspect of the game. Mesh can affect the way you run on the field and hold your stick, cradling, ball handling, and passing. So what’s the hottest new lacrosse mesh you can get that you will definitely want to try? See our Pro reviews of newly released lacrosse mesh below, as well as some old favorites that you will need in your bag as a backup.
Stringking 4X and Stringking 4S Lacrosse Mesh
Newly released, from one of the most popular brands in lacrosse, the new 4X weaves are tighter, stronger and lighter than all the previous releases. Stringking 4X is favored by feeders, inside shooters and those that want the quickest releases in lacrosse. Deadly in the hands of an attackman strung with a lower pocket. Stringking 4S is the choice of elite outside middies and defenseman who want more hold and bigger bags in their upper and mid style pockets. This newly released mesh will also immediately up the game of advanced youth players as well. $24.99
Vortex Semi-Hard and Vortex Semi-Soft lacrosse mesh
This is the newest lacrosse mesh that is taking the college and high school guys lacrosse game by storm this year. Easily the early winner this year for the hybrid technology that uses two sizes of diamonds in the same piece of mesh. This allows you to cradle like soft mesh, but shoot and pass like hard mesh. See the East Coast Dyes Vortex lacrosse mesh video review under the product details about this revolutionary new concept, but rest assured for only $25 this lacrosse mesh will change your game.
Made for players that like to shoot. If you have a player that is starting to bring the heat, let them try out the new East Coast Dyes Hero 2.0 Semi-Hard lacrosse mesh. Currently favored by guys who like to shoot on the run and are not afraid to let one fly from the outside. $29.99
STX Memory Mesh was released last year but the elite level guys are finally figuring out the advantage. First of all we need to clarify that STX Memory Mesh is, in fact legal. The deal is when you cradle and shoot with Memory Mesh, it STRETCHES! And then when it comes back to rest is shrinks back to the memorized position where it started and is completely legal! Learn more about STX Memory Mesh in this review. – $25
Like hero mesh, but with two colored, parallel stripes that show you EXACTLY where your pocket is sitting. Loved by coaches and the advanced youth crowd as a gut check for sometimes erratic throws and shots. This mesh will quickly let you know how the ball is sitting in the channel and how the ball is coming out of the pocket. Great for players beginning to string their own sticks because you can see if your pocket in symmetrical and even on both sides.
ECD Hero Strings Kit
Yea we know it’s not exactly mesh, but it strings up all the mesh listed above with the highest quality shooters and sidewalls in the game. Only $10 to dial in your pocket the right way. Why not own the best?
All players that string frequently use these supplies. There are expensive specialty brands, but here at LAX.com we also use strings that we have custom produced at our mill in Rhode Island. Offered in many colors, and perfect for all you stringers out there. We sell these in both larger spools and smaller 10 yard spools for only $5. Keep a few extra in your bag for emergencies!
a quick and easy wax application that keeps pockets protected and in shape for game day. Perfect for when that mesh is starting to dry out a bit but you don’t want to replace that perfect pocket just yet.
What’s worse than hitting a tourney or prospect day or your teams big game and having something go wrong and you have to borrow a second stick from someone? Pretty much nothing is worse than that! Fix ‘em on the fly with this handy kit that is worth it’s weight in gold when something goes wrong. Watch this video to see what Paul Rabil has to say about the importance of having a back up stick at all your games.
Extra butt ends and ball stops. Check out THIS PAGE for those little extras that can make a huge difference. Always have a few extra in the bag!
not exactly mesh… but pretty much the most useful thing in any lacrosse bag.
If you have any questions about what lacrosse head and stringing might be right for you or your player, feel free to give our Pro’s a call at 855.255.5294. We will be able to tell you what we think is right based on your age, ability and position.
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