Stars & Bars Player Marc Mesh 

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Blue Collar Lacrosse Inc. makers of Marc Mesh; the original Wax Mesh.

"We take pride in producing a dye job worthy of the name Stars n Bars. Marc Mesh uses the highest quality materials and dyes available for crisp, sharp, solid lines (NO FADE, RUN or BLEEDS)."

Incorporated in February of 2008, Blue Collar Lacrosse, Inc. (BCLaX) set out to provide the Lacrosse community with the highest quality Lacrosse Pocket possible.

We still continue that quest today, however nothing our ‘POC-TEC-TONIC’ R&D team has come up with comes close to matching the PERFORMANCE (in any weather Lacrosse is played) of Marc Mesh (invented by Marc Leveille over 12 years ago).


Marc Leveille
Marc has been a hands on Lacrosse Stick Surgeon for over 30 years. His stringing talents have been in high demand from many of the game's elite that come from Southern Ontario Canada for decades! Marc served as the Referee and Chief in Burlington for 5 years, and has refereed games all the way up to the Senior Level. Marc has coached at every age group in Box, up to Junior ‘B’ in Oakville. He was also part of the Senior Hamilton Field team that competed 2 year running at Canada’s Nationals. Marc also served on the Burlington Junior and Minor executive for 10 years.


Tim Weston (aka the Chief Punk)
Simply put, Tim can’t string a Lacrosse stick to save his life. Tim graduated with a BA in Business Administration from New England College (96’) in Henniker, NH (Home of the Pilgrims). Since then he has served as apprentice to his father in family owned and operated ventures and brings those skills to Blue Collar.

As an NCAA DIII player for the NEC Pilgrims Tim recorded 72 goals and 22 apples in 95’, 50 goals and 55 apples in 96’ (His efforts have him in the NCAA DIII Record book on page 2 and 3 for ‘Points in a game’ and ‘Points in a season’.) Tim also played Senior Lacrosse with the Peterborough Laker Transport. Currently he is the Defensive choreographer/co-ordinater at the U of T ‘University of Toronto’ (a program deep in history dating back to the 1800’s).


Joel Leveille
Joel’s had a Lacrosse stick in his hands since the age of 3. Joel has refereed and coached also for well over 10 years. As a player Joel constantly played for 3-4 teams a year. As a player Joel played for the Oakville Buzz (Leading the team in points in there inaugural season as a rookie) and the Burlington Jr. A Chiefs. Joel currently teaches Lacrosse at the Blyth Academy. Nobody strings more sticks for Pros than Joel annually for the last 4 years and counting. Most recently Joel has played in 2 Canadian National Field Lacrosse Championships, winning a Victory Cup.