This is what I use as cross lace when I am making an all-leather BOX PRO. A good amount of you asked me to toss it up here. I would love to see what you make!
This is NOT one giant piece. Cows aren't that long. This has 3 pieces of 6 foot strips. You connect them at the bottom of the leathers when stringing a traditional pocket. Feel free to e-mail me if you need some help. It is super easy though. I'll add an image to this product page so you know where to connect them. You should also have enough to do the sidewall and shooter in all leather as well.
This has the bootlace and leathers needed to complete the pocket. You'll want to cut the 5th leather in half to lash the gutwall down to the frame.
I really hope you all enjoy the experience of stringing your stick with an all leather pocket. Take your time and here is a hint. Keep the smooth side facing the ball and string it a bit shallow. It will stretch.
Justin Skaggs has personally selected all of the materials that Wood Lacrosse Sticks uses in its pocket re-stringing. Justin Skaggs, Skaggs Woodworks, a non-indigenous stick-maker in Philadelphia, PA makes his sticks in the likeness of sticks made throughout history.
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