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   While mesh has evolved over the decades to offer more feel, stand up to inclement weather, and became lighter; one thing manufacturers haven't been able to solve is the need to re-string sticks seasonally. As former players, we understand all too well the necessity of "stick maintenance" and the effect that this can have on your play.
   As a pocket "bags out" it begins to have to an inconsistent release, which quickly leads to players altering throwing mechanics to compensate for the mesh's deficiency, and player frustration resulting from missing passes or shots. Broken sidewalls, and ripped diamonds leave you unnecessarily vulnerable to stress, distraction, or even take you out of drills or warmups looking for ways to fix your "twig".
    Fill out the sheet below, and we'll get back to you on a place where we can meet up in the Flathead Valley to pick up your head and string it for you. Please note, the days/weeks immediately preceding the Spring Season, or Fall Ball are high volume times and turnaround times may be longer than usual.


PRICING: $20-$65 

  • We offer String King Jimalax mesh and strings in all white

  • Other mesh types or colors are available upon request  (at extra cost), special requests may extend turn around time  

  • You may also supply your own Mesh, Sidewalls, and Shooters if you would like

  • Pick-up/Drop-off is done entirely within the Flathead Valley. We do not travel outside of this area.

  • Payment is due upon receipt of the strung head

  • Sticks are strung on a first come fist serve basis. All Private Training clients receive priority on the stringing list, as well as receive stringing at the cost of materials

  • We can NOT guarantee same day or overnight turn around


How Often Should I re-string my stick?

Players will go through mesh at a somewhat different rate depending on their level, frequency of playing, how many sticks they have in rotation, and the climate they play in. To ensure quality performance from your head/mesh, and to minimize the chances of string failures, we suggest getting your stick re-strung at least once a year at the start of the Spring season, and once before Summer or Fall seasons.



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