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Boys Lacrosse

Mandatory Equipment

  • Stick:  Most sticks come in the same length.  Long sticks are only for defensemen on the 6-7-8th grade teams.
  • Gloves:  Look for golves that cover well beyond the wrist. Hockey gloves are not recommended, but are acceptable, as they are typically too stiff.
  • Helmet:  Personal cascade helmets are recommended.  They are much more comfortable and easy to resell.  Bantam players may use hockey helmets and the club has a fairly good selection. 
  • Shoulder Pads:   Look for pads that are easy to put on and take off.  A center breast protector is recommended.
  • Arm Pads:  Look for pads that provide total coverage when combind with the shoulder pads and gloves.  Flexibility is also important.
  • Mouth Piece: A player cannot play without a mouth piece.

 Optional Equipment

  • Rib Pads:   Particularly appropriate for attackmen who work between defenders.
  • Under Armor:  Thin layer of protection under the jersey

Girls Lacrosse

Mandatory Equipment

  • Stick:     Most sticks come in the same length.  Girls must have a traditional strining with little to no pocket
  • Goggles:  Are made by various vendors and come in small and regular sizes.
  • Mouth Piece: A player cannot play without a mouth piece.

 


 Equipment Vendors

 

Guilford Sporting Goods

934 Boston Post Rd.

Guilford, CT 06437          

203-453-2370

www.guilfordsportinggoods.net/

 

 

 

Whitie Bensons

38 Saw Mill Road, Suite 14

West Haven, CT 06516

203-930-0035

Sells used equipment and accepts trade-ins

www.whitiebensen.com/

 

Lacrosse Unlimited

1347 Boston Post Rd.

Madison, CT 06443

203-245-3265

www.lacrosseunlimited.com/

 

Online Equipment Vendors 

 

Lacrossemonkey.com

 

Sportstop.com

 

Laxworld.com

 

Lax.com