Spring is in the air, and that means one thing – lacrosse season! Before the kids take the field, they’ll need the necessary equipment to keep them safe, and on top of their game. There is, however, a difference in girls lacrosse gear and boys lacrosse gear. Not only is the protective equipment different, the sticks are designed differently as well. Also, keep in mind you can always cut the stick if it’s a bit too long. If this is your first foray into youth lacrosse, check out some our favorite basics below. From goggles, to helmets – we’ve got you (and them!) covered. We’ll start off with all the necessary equipment for girls. Need to jump straight ahead to the boys? Just click here, we’ll take you there on the double.
STX Essential Lacrosse Stick Bag – Check It Out Here
A strap design for over the shoulder or across the chest carrying, top zip for easy loading and unloading, and a small zip section for smaller items (always know where their mouth guard is!).
STX 2See Youth Field Hockey / Lacrosse Goggles – Check It Out Here
Available in several bright colors, theseare made of form fitting contoured silicone for a comfortable fit, prevent visual interference, and meet regulations.
Shock Doctor Pro Mouthguard (Strapless) – Check It Out Here
Boil it prior to use, for a perfect fit. Protects teeth comfortably, with a shock absorbing bumper. Works well with braces as well.
STX Lacrosse Sidewinder Lacrosse Backpack – Check It Out Here
Cushioned shoulder straps, two large zip sections and a vented runt pocket.
Under Armour Women’s Illusion Lacrosse Field Gloves – Check It Out Here
Available in small, medium, and large. Molded foam technology allow for flexibility, while also being “grippy.”
Brine Women’s Dynasty Rise Complete Stick – Check It Out Here
A wider face for increased surface area when learning to catch, along with updated sidewall bars for increased stiffness in areas needed most on ground ball pick-ups. After all, ground balls win games.
STX Girls Lacrosse Exult 200 Starter Pack – Check It Out Here
Includes an exult 200 complete stick, a pair of 4Sight+ goggles, and an Essential stick bag.
Cascade CS Youth Boy’s Lacrosse Helmet – Check It Out Here
Adjustable, and geared toward players under age 12.
Maverik Lacrosse Charger Shoulder Pad – Check It Out Here
Sternum protection, neck padding for comfort and adjustable velcro, help to make it the perfect fit.
STX Lacrosse Stallion 50 Youth Gloves – Check It Out Here
Protection with a ventilated palm for breathability, while being lightweight for mobility.
Warrior Youth Rabil NXT Arm Pad – Check It Out Here
Dual adjustment straps, and a plastic elbow cap and forearm plate for protection. Available in 5 sizes.
Warrior Space Shuttle Duffel Bag – Check It Out Here
Large storage space to stash their gear, several compartments to keep things organized, and exterior stick loops for their stick.
STX Lacrosse Stallion 50 Youth Lacrosse Complete Stick – Check It Out Here
Head is molded with softer material, with a shorter, thinner handle for easier handling.
Boys Lacrosse Starter Set – Check It Out Here
Includes a Cascade helmet, a complete Lacrosse Stick, UA NexGen Lacrosse Shoulder Pad, UA NexGen Lacrosse Arm Pads (pair), and UA NexGen Lacrosse Gloves (pair). Various sizes.