String King Grizzly 1S Ultralight 12-Diamond Goalie White Mesh Lacrosse Stringing Piece | SportStop



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The lightest goalie mesh on the market, Grizzly Mesh is engineered to help goalies make more saves, surrender fewer rebounds, and throw sharper outlet passes. Get Big. Get Aggressive. Get Grizzly.



  • Ultralight goalie mesh
  • 12 diamond
  • All weather consistency




Same Performance, Greater Strength.



  • Greater Strength - The same great performance with enhanced durability to guarantee your Grizzly Mesh will stand up to every shot
  • More saves: More than 30 grams lighter than other goalie meshes on the market, Grizzly Mesh makes your stick lighter and your hands faster, letting you attack balls all over the net
  • Less Rebounds: New FlexLite fibers create a controlled horizontal stretch in the mesh that helps the ball die in your pocket and ensures that you surrender fewer rebounds
  • Sharper Outlets: StringKing all-weather consistency combined with a new hybrid knitting pattern creates a deep, channeled pocket that lets you throw outlets on a dime, every time
  • 90 Day Durability Guarantee: If your Grizzly Mesh breaks within 90 days of purchase, StringKing will replace your mesh for free. Visit StringKingLacrosse.com/Guarantee for more information. Proof of purchase is required for all returns.




About StringKing:



StringKing was founded to solve a simple problem - lacrosse mesh and pockets perform inconsistently. Through industry leading manufacturing, advanced FlexLite fibers, and our patent-pending TRUE-DIAMOND technology, we've engineered the lightest, most consistent goalie mesh ever created.



Whether it's hot or cold, wet or dry, the season opener or the championship game, you can trust your Grizzly Mesh to perform at the highest level every single day. The #1 mesh in college lacrosse and official mesh supplier of the MLL & NLL there' s a reason why the best trust StringKing.



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In this Video StringKing Lacrosse shows you their new Grizzly Goalie Mesh, lighter to help you make more saves.


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In this Video StringKing Lacrosse shows you their new Grizzly Goalie Mesh, New FlexLite fibers create a controlled horizontal stretch in the mesh.


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In this Video StringKing Lacrosse shows you their new Grizzly Goalie Mesh, All Weather consistency with hybrid knitting allows for deep channeled pocket.


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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 6 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

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Good

by From BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON
I just bought grizzly mesh for my stx eclipse. It was complicated to string on. When I put a good pocket on it, it had no channel. When I put a good channel on it, it had a bad pocket. I would recommend ECD 12D over this mesh any day.
Pros:
-easy to break in.
-No rebounds (if pocket is big enough)
-throws well

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good to great

by From GRASSFIELD, VA
At first I was unsatisfied with this mesh as I had the same ripping issues that everyone else has been describing. However, I talked to the guys and they sent me some of the new run of product with increased fibers. I am completely satisfied with this product now as it has lasted through months of intense MIAA competition. I have it on every one of my sticks with a tightly channeled pocket.
Pros:
The weight, the break in time, the lack of rebounds
Cons:
Nothing, it's perfect now that they fixed the tearing

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Keeps tearing

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the mesh is actually amazing. the only problem is that i've never seen a piece last longer than 2 months. a bottom diamond tore on mine and both goalies i coach (HS V) had a tear within 2 months of stringing. i recently bought a new piece and a diamond in the middle tore WHILE I WAS STRINGING IT. its a shame because the performance of the mesh is fantastic.

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Updated Review on Grizzly Mesh

by From SF, CA
After my initial post (see below), the Grizzly Mesh did fail. The mesh wore thorough at the bottom string after about 8 weeks of medium use. The good news is that it was a progressive failure, more of a fray than a rip, and didn't occur on a shot during a game.

I emailed StringKing, and after they determined that it was still within the warranty of 6 months, they gave me a credit. I used my credit to purchase Otter Mesh on their website (which StringKing manufactures for Epoch). Otter Mesh is truly an outstanding product.

StringKing customer service is first-class. They put the customer first, and owned up to the fact they should have made the Grizzly Mesh more durable. StringKing has redesigned their Grizzly Mesh, and will come out with their stronger version around Sept 1, 2015 (or so I read).

I don't know how StringKing plans on highlighting which Grizzly Mesh is which-- you could end up purchasing the old stuff from a retailer who wants to clear their old inventory. Hopefully they will call the new version "Grizzly Mesh 2.0" ... Or purchase only from a legit dealer like Sportstop.com!
Pros:
Super lightweight. Very consistent weaving of the fibers. Lots of give for rebound control.
Cons:
1) StringKing must correct Grizzly Mesh's tearing / fraying issue.
2) I would actually like to see LESS horizontal stretch in the Grizzly Mesh. The horizontal stretch makes the pocket shape a little funky, and probably is the culprit for the tearing issue.

Maybe even remove the stretch factor completely! I don't think it's a "must have" feature.

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Best Mesh Ever Invented.

by From AUSTIN, TX
I got this mesh about 1 and a half months ago or so and it is some of the best mesh I have ever put my hands on. Its super light and can withstand high heat if strung correctly. I take on average 100-150 shots a day and the mesh has zero rips. It allows zero rebounds and is very consistent. Get this mesh, you will not regret it. Don't string the top too tight though. Also use a lace bottom string as to a nylon.
Pros:
Durrabillity
No Rebounds
No break in
Consistent
Strings up nice
Good Weave
weight
Cons:
Absolutely nothing

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Super light, Kills Rebounds, Outstanding Weave

by From SF, CA
I strung Grizzly mesh in my son's Nemesis Lyte. It has to be the lightest goalie head combo possible-- great for hand speed. This mesh does a fantastic job with killing rebounds by stretching width wise to absorb energy. In fact, I can string a more shallow pocket because of its stretch qualities, allowing less whip for better outlet passes. So far, I've been really happy with this mesh.

I have read several comments about Grizzly mesh tearing after only a short while in use. I haven't seen this after about 3 weeks of play, so only time will tell. However, I have strung about 20 sticks with either StringKing 1x, 2, 2s, and Otter Mesh (which is manufactured by StringKing), and have never had any issues at all with any tearing. Just make sure you string your bottom string with a lace (not a nylon sidewall).
Pros:
Great rebound control. Super lightweight. Perfectly consistent weave and diamond size.
Cons:
If the tearing issue does become a reality, then that will have to be addressed.

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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 6 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

|

Good

by From BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON
I just bought grizzly mesh for my stx eclipse. It was complicated to string on. When I put a good pocket on it, it had no channel. When I put a good channel on it, it had a bad pocket. I would recommend ECD 12D over this mesh any day.
Pros:
-easy to break in.
-No rebounds (if pocket is big enough)
-throws well

Was this review helpful?

|

good to great

by From GRASSFIELD, VA
At first I was unsatisfied with this mesh as I had the same ripping issues that everyone else has been describing. However, I talked to the guys and they sent me some of the new run of product with increased fibers. I am completely satisfied with this product now as it has lasted through months of intense MIAA competition. I have it on every one of my sticks with a tightly channeled pocket.
Pros:
The weight, the break in time, the lack of rebounds
Cons:
Nothing, it's perfect now that they fixed the tearing

Was this review helpful?

|

Keeps tearing

by
the mesh is actually amazing. the only problem is that i've never seen a piece last longer than 2 months. a bottom diamond tore on mine and both goalies i coach (HS V) had a tear within 2 months of stringing. i recently bought a new piece and a diamond in the middle tore WHILE I WAS STRINGING IT. its a shame because the performance of the mesh is fantastic.

Was this review helpful?

|

Updated Review on Grizzly Mesh

by From SF, CA
After my initial post (see below), the Grizzly Mesh did fail. The mesh wore thorough at the bottom string after about 8 weeks of medium use. The good news is that it was a progressive failure, more of a fray than a rip, and didn't occur on a shot during a game.

I emailed StringKing, and after they determined that it was still within the warranty of 6 months, they gave me a credit. I used my credit to purchase Otter Mesh on their website (which StringKing manufactures for Epoch). Otter Mesh is truly an outstanding product.

StringKing customer service is first-class. They put the customer first, and owned up to the fact they should have made the Grizzly Mesh more durable. StringKing has redesigned their Grizzly Mesh, and will come out with their stronger version around Sept 1, 2015 (or so I read).

I don't know how StringKing plans on highlighting which Grizzly Mesh is which-- you could end up purchasing the old stuff from a retailer who wants to clear their old inventory. Hopefully they will call the new version "Grizzly Mesh 2.0" ... Or purchase only from a legit dealer like Sportstop.com!
Pros:
Super lightweight. Very consistent weaving of the fibers. Lots of give for rebound control.
Cons:
1) StringKing must correct Grizzly Mesh's tearing / fraying issue.
2) I would actually like to see LESS horizontal stretch in the Grizzly Mesh. The horizontal stretch makes the pocket shape a little funky, and probably is the culprit for the tearing issue.

Maybe even remove the stretch factor completely! I don't think it's a "must have" feature.

Was this review helpful?

|

Best Mesh Ever Invented.

by From AUSTIN, TX
I got this mesh about 1 and a half months ago or so and it is some of the best mesh I have ever put my hands on. Its super light and can withstand high heat if strung correctly. I take on average 100-150 shots a day and the mesh has zero rips. It allows zero rebounds and is very consistent. Get this mesh, you will not regret it. Don't string the top too tight though. Also use a lace bottom string as to a nylon.
Pros:
Durrabillity
No Rebounds
No break in
Consistent
Strings up nice
Good Weave
weight
Cons:
Absolutely nothing

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|

Super light, Kills Rebounds, Outstanding Weave

by From SF, CA
I strung Grizzly mesh in my son's Nemesis Lyte. It has to be the lightest goalie head combo possible-- great for hand speed. This mesh does a fantastic job with killing rebounds by stretching width wise to absorb energy. In fact, I can string a more shallow pocket because of its stretch qualities, allowing less whip for better outlet passes. So far, I've been really happy with this mesh.

I have read several comments about Grizzly mesh tearing after only a short while in use. I haven't seen this after about 3 weeks of play, so only time will tell. However, I have strung about 20 sticks with either StringKing 1x, 2, 2s, and Otter Mesh (which is manufactured by StringKing), and have never had any issues at all with any tearing. Just make sure you string your bottom string with a lace (not a nylon sidewall).
Pros:
Great rebound control. Super lightweight. Perfectly consistent weave and diamond size.
Cons:
If the tearing issue does become a reality, then that will have to be addressed.

Was this review helpful?