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Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Darth Woozle Dye Job, Version 1

8 - Published February 24, 2011 by in Dye Jobs, Stick Tech, String Jobs

Editor’s note: Welcome back Mike Gialanella! You all know Mike from his amazing marble dye jobs and the purple chrome he shared with us in December. Today he’s got something extra special for you Woozle fans out there!
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Just jumping on the Woozle Nation bandwagon. I thought I’d keep this one extremely clean given the plan for Connor Wilson’s Darth Woozle.

I decided to keep this chrome STX Revolver simple given my experience with the chrome Sad Turtle (check it out on @laxplayground soon). I went with a couple boxes of fuchsia and some black to make sure the color really stood out. I did the one string job and dyed the string half black, half fuschia.

I split the mesh on the diagonal to balance out the diagonal split on the head. Just to do something stupid I dyed the shooters half black and half fuschia. I tried mixing up the shooter combos and this one looked the best to me. It’s really nothing complicated or special, but different with the dyed mesh and strings. It throws well right now, but wall ball and the real deal are a little different.

Thanks to Rusty at Combat Sports, I got hooked up with a couple of poles so I threw it on their Afflicted shaft (I might do a review on the shafts later). The black, silver and gray looks sick with the chromed black and fuschia. I dropped a pretty pink end cap on there to “bring the room together.” Attention to detail, gentlemen.

Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Michael Gialanella Woozle Lacrosse Pink Dye Job

Now that's Darth.

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