Equipment

Equipment and Gear

Goggles: Fit and look of goggles is personal preference, just make sure the goggles you choose are considered legal. Protective eyewear should withstand forces generated by a ball traveling 60 miles per hour for adult play (high school and older).

Approved Eye-wear

Brine

  • Concept - Small, Medium, Large (adult and youth standard)

  • Lux (adult and youth standard)

  • Seeker (adult and youth standard)

  • Vantage Goggle (adult and youth standard - sizes: XS/SM and MD/LG)

  • Vantage SS (youth and adult standard)

  • Vantage II Goggle (adult and youth)

Cascade

  • Cascade Iris (adult and youth standard)

  • Cascade Iris Mini (adult and youth standard)

  • Iris Pro (adult and youth standard)

  • Mini Pro (adult and youth standard)

  • Poly Air (PA) (adult and youth standard)

  • Poly Arc

  • Poly Arc Titanium

  • Poly Pro (adult and youth standard)

deBeer

  • Lucent Goggle (adult and youth standard)

  • Lucent SI (adult and youth standard)

  • Perception Goggle (adult and youth standard)

  • Vista Goggle (adult and youth standard)

Halo Sports and Safety, Inc. (Bangerz)

  • Betty (approved for youth) (prescription lenses may be used)

  • Dude (approved for youth) (prescription lenses may be used)

  • HS OTG (over the glasses) (adult and youth standard)

  • HS 1000 (youth standard)

  • HS 3000 (adult and youth standard)

  • HS 3700 (adult and youth standard)

  • HS 3700 LITE (adult and youth standard)

  • HS 5500 (adult and youth standard)

  • HS 6000 (youth standard)

  • HS 6500 (youth standard)

  • HS 7200 (adult and youth standard)

  • HS 7200 Lite (adult and youth standard)

  • HS 7900 (adult and youth standard)

Harrow Sports

  • Duo (adult and youth standard)

  • XVision (adult and youth standard)

Hilco

  • Zoom (adult and youth)

Impactz Eyewear, Inc. (Creedos)

  • EKTO-1 Type II Protector (youth and adult standard)

Leader (Sportlux Enterprise Co., Inc.)

  • Cover Point II/Optic Pro SLOP (adult and youth standard)

Liberty Sports

  • SLAM 49 EYE (adult and youth standard)

  • SLAM 52 EYE

  • SLAM XL 55 EYE (prescription lenses may be used)

Shamrock

  • Shamrock Lacrosse Argus (adult and youth standard)

  • Shamrock Lacrosse Pro 1 (adult and youth standard)

STX

  • 4-Sight Form Titanium (youth and adult)

  • 4-Sight Plus Jr. Steel Wire (youth and adult)

  • 4-Sight Pro Steel (adult)

  • 4-Sight Pro Titanium (adult)

  • 4-Sight Steel Wire (youth and adult)

  • 4-Sight Plus Titanium Wire (youth and adult)

  • 4-Sight Ti - Medium, Large (adult and youth standard)

  • 4-Sight LAX Goggle - Medium, Large (adult and youth standard)

  • 4-Sight View (adult)

  • 2-See Goggle - Medium, Large (adult and youth standard)

  • Horizon Lens Goggle (youth and adult)

  • Rookie (youth and adult)

Under Armour

  • Illusion Goggle

  • Charge Goggle

Warrior Lacrosse, Inc.

  • Warrior Theia Wire Mask (adult and youth standard)

  • Warrior Theia Goggle (youth standard)

  • Warrior Theia 2.0 Wires Mask Model T2WM (adult and youth standard)

Mouthguards

Mouthguards should meet properly fitted guidelines set by the Academy for Sports Dentistry, www.academyforsportsdentistry.org

A properly fitted mouthguard must be used in all lacrosse practices and games at all levels of play. You have a few options when choosing a mouthguard. A custom made mouthguard will give you the most protection and will be the most comfortable, but is the most costly and requires two trips to the dentist. A boil and bite mouthguard is the less expensive option that most players choose. A boil and bite mouthguard can be found at most sports retailers. Be prepared that multiple mouthguards may be needed with continued play because they can deteriorate over time.