Equipment

Updated Tuesday February 3, 2015 by Gloucester Minor Lacrosse Association.

Equipment Needed for Box Lacrosse

Hockey players can wear CSA approved hockey equipment.  If your child curently plays hockey within a league, the only additional equipment they would need to purchase is kidney pads, arm guards and a stick.
 

  • Shoulder Pads:  One piece adjustable pad which offers protection for shoulders and arms
  • Gloves: Box lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection.
  • Elbow Pads and Arm/Slash Guards: When using hockey shoulder pads, elbow pads or arm/slash guards provide additional protection.
  • Helmet and Cage: Helmet and mask must be CSA approved for hockey or NOCSAE approved for lacrosse with chin strap.
  • Athletic Supporter & Cup or Jill Strap
  • Kidney Pads
  • Lacrosse Stick - Paperweight to Peewee stick length must be 34" to 46" - Bantam/Senior stick length is 40" to 46"

 

Equipment Needed For Box Goalie

  • Uppers: Offers protection for shoulders and arms.
  • Goalie Gloves: Field/Box lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection.
  • Goalie Pants: Provide waist and thigh protection
  • Helmet, Mask and Throat Guard: Helmet and mask must be CSA approved for hockey or NOCSAE approved for lacrosse with chin strap. A throat guard attaches to the mask for extra protection for the throat & neck
  • Athletic Supporter & Cup or Jill Strap
  • Leg Guards: Made of hard plastic and strap to leg, covering the ankle and top of foot
     

CLA Technical Bulletins for Equipment

Equipment for Box Lacrosse Players