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Latest Lacrosse Gear Reviews

  • Brine King IV Lacrosse Arm Guards - Arm guards fit 4 a King

    Brine King IV Lacrosse Arm Guards
    LGR Rating:
    5

    As a Lacrosse player, you know that the protection and fit are two valuable aspects when purchasing an arm guard. Although it is very rare for arm guards to provide both of these, the Brine King IV arm guards are as close to perfect as it gets.

    The new 4 piece technology provides the ultimate protection all around while giving you an incredible fit. The padding on the King 4 arm guards are incredibly lightweight due to their hollow inside, but they also have tough, rigid edges so they don’t sacrifice protection to your arm.

    The arm guards are a perfect choice for midfielders who are looking for a little more protection than the normal arm pad would give. A lot of your game as a midfielder is picking up groundballs in a scrum or running the ball down the field to your attack while taking constant checks to the arm.

    There is essentially no room for arm guards that will slip down your arm while running and leave your arm out in the open to check. With the King 4’s capability to conform to your arm and act as a shield against defensive checks, these arm guards provide the best option for a run and gun midfielder.

  • Cascade R Lacrosse Helmet - Outstanding protection and performance

    Cascade R Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    5

    The Cascade R lacrosse helmet is in a league of its own. Using some of the most advanced technology, this helmet combines strength, power, and safety into one powerful tool at your disposal.

    Finding a helmet that doesn’t sacrifice safety for lighter weight is hard to find, but this helmet won’t let you down. It sets a new standard for both safety and strength.

    This helmet also gives you the ability to adjust on the fly so you can quickly adjust and get back to playing.

  • Warrior T2 Lacrosse Helmet - Super lightweight and outstanding protection in one

    Warrior T2 Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    5

    When it comes to gear, you know an uncomfortable helmet can be the worst. Some of them are too bulky, too heavy, or cover up too much of your vision.

    Warrior made sure to provide safety, lightweight and open visibility with their TII helmet. At a stunning 2 lbs, it is one of the lightest helmets in the industry.

    As you know, speed is a huge component of your game so keeping the weight on your gear low can make you even faster. There’s a reason that both Princeton and Duke both wear this helmet.

  • Cascade CPX-R Lacrosse Helmet - Light and top of the line

    Cascade CPX-R Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    5

    There is a reason Cornell uses the Cascade CPX-R helmet: It's the top of the line.

    As a lacrosse player, choosing gear that won’t let you down in the critical moments is a huge priority. You don’t want to worry about your head safety in the middle of a critical play.

    Finding an elite helmet that also adjusts down for smaller heads isn’t always easy. The CPX-R is one of the few helmets on the market that has this capability due to the SPR adjustable strap in the back of the helmet.

    Combining some of the best technology, breathability, and comfort, the CPX-R helmet lives up to its reputation as one of the best.

  • Warrior Rabil Hitlyte Lacrosse Shoulder Pads - Ultimate mobility and protection

    Warrior Rabil Hitlyte Lacrosse Shoulder Pads
    LGR Rating:
    4

    Finding gear that keeps you safe while also improving your performance isn’t always easy. The Warrior Rabil Hitlyte shoulder pads, however, are one of the few pads that have found ways to increase protection while also keeping you lightweight and fast.

    Paul Rabil of the MLL and NLL designed these pads with the goal of them being so light that you forget you are even wearing pads at all.

    As soon as you get a glimpse of these pads, you will see that these are some of the thinnest pads on the market, but don’t be fooled, they are just as strong as the thicker pads.

  • STX Shadow Lacrosse Shoulder Pads - Protection where you need it most

    STX Shadow Lacrosse Shoulder Pads -
    LGR Rating:
    4

    Any lacrosse player who wants shoulder pads that are lightweight while maintaining their strength should look no further than the STX Shadow shoulder pads.

    Using the Plus Foam technology, the Shadow shoulder pads are able to maintain their strength and protection through every cross check while also keeping you light enough to maintain your speed.

    Also by using spandex sleeves and strategically placed stretch zones, these shoulder pads have increased flexibility making sure they stay out of the way.

  • Maverik Maybach Deuce Lacrosse Shoulder Pads - Strength where you need it most

    Maverik Mayback Deuce Lacrosse Shoulder Pads
    LGR Rating:
    4

    Shoulder pads that hold up in an intense game are essential to playing at your best. As a lacrosse player, you want pads that can take a hard check but at the same time are light enough to not slow you down.

    The Maverik Maybach Deuce shoulder pads excel at both of these goals. With innovative 3-piece shoulder pads and also some of the most breathable material available, these pads won’t let you down.

    The Maybach Deuce also has customizable options to make it fit perfectly to your body.

  • Brine STR Lacrosse Helmet - Incredibly well rounded

    Brine STR Lacrosse Helmet
    LGR Rating:
    4

    If you’re just starting out at lacrosse, the Brine STR lacrosse helmet will cover all of your bases. Using the traditional look of their top of the line helmets, they created this option for any player who wants a great starting helmet.

    Using a strong memory foam comfort liner, adjustable sizing, and strength throughout the whole piece, the Brine STR lacrosse helmet makes a great choice.

    Any player who wants a comfortable helmet while also exceeding safety expectations won’t be disappointed with the STR.

    This helmet also has almost unlimited color combination options to make a helmet that truly fits you.

  • Brine King 4 Mid Lacrosse Shoulder Pads - Light without sacrificing safety

    Brine King 4 Mid Lacrosse Shoulder Pads
    LGR Rating:
    4

    The focus for Brine with the King 4 Mid lacrosse shoulder pads was to create one of the lightest pads available without compromising safety.

    If you’re a midfielder who is constantly running up and down the field, these pads are perfect for you because they won’t weigh you down. If speed is one of your top priorities, you need these pads in your kit.

    Along with being incredibly lightweight, Brine added extra strength to the areas you need it the most, like your sternum and spine. This will give you the peace of mind you need to get into those tricky spots knowing you’ll be safe.

  • STX Stallion Lacrosse Head - A top level head for the alpha player

    STX Stallion Lacrosse Head
    LGR Rating:
    4
    Avg User Rating:
    5

    The STX Stallion offers advanced technology that helps you take your game to the next level. Kyle Harrison and his team at STX have developed a strong but lightweight lacrosse head designed to maintain its shape for the all-around midfielder.

    Incorporating C-channel technology, the Stallion can bend with faceoff capabilities while maintaining low levels of stress on the head. This helps improve all aspects of your game, keeping your gameplay as good as your lacrosse head. This head is only NFHS compliant.

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