Short graft anterior cruciate igament reconstruction is increasing in popularity for performing a primary ACLR. The short graft coupled with the all-inside technique using closed sockets and suspensory fixation at both femoral and tibial ends are its defining features. The outcomes of this technique have been comparable to well established transportal ACLR techniques. It has the benefits of preserved hamstring strength and less pain attributed to transtibial drilling. However, there is a learning curve involved and will require time before mastery of the technique.