We picked 5 reader tips for publication this month and we're giving the authors E-Lacrosse Rage III DVDs!
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First off, I've got all my dyeing and stringing techniques from stuff on E-Lacrosse.com and I have to thank you for that. I was just writing to show u guys my two latest projects: My proton which was supposed to be maroon/black/white but instead decided it wanted to go turn purple (but it's got my team name in the sidewall so it's still sick). Secondly, my Triton which was gonna be a maroon fade to white, but me being me dropped it and it turned all maroon so I dipped the bottom in bleach and it has a small fade. I also put a bunch of tiny checkered duct-tape squares on it that were gonna go with the fade but whatever. GO SEVERN!!!
The Kumagai Collection Submitted by Kevin
This is my recent collection of heads that I have strung or dyed. I would like to thank e-lacrosse for their exceptional website. Without you guys I would not have decided to start learning the art of stringing.
GREAT DYE! Submitted by Chris
This is a dye I just did that I thought you would enjoy.
The "H" Pocket Submitted by Connor
Here are some of the heads I have strung for kids on my team. The arrow is mine.
Any skill that I have is from you guys at E-lacrosse.
Dave's Gallery Submitted by Dave
Here are some heads I strung.
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