It’s pink. It’s traditional. And it’s on a home dyed Gait Torque.
I did this on the subway on the way to my first youth lacrosse practice (I’m coaching, not playing) of the year, where it, of course, rained. Yes, people on the subway looked at me with curiosity, and no, no one asked me if I was going to play Jai Alai. It’s happened before.
The rain didn’t affect my stick too badly (because I had stretched the leathers a couple of times already in water) and it actually helped lock the crosslacing in nicely. Practice went well (and now we have a game on Sunday. Well, that was quick!), the stick is a beauty already, and will only get better with time. The top two shooters are super think metallic pink lacing I got from Mike Gialanella; dyemaster to the stars. Thanks Mike!
Step your game up and learn how to string traditional. Wilson out.
Is putting a cat on a lax blog verging on crazy old lady style? Probably.