Field Lacrosse they are usually the same as players gloves
Box Lacrosse, definitely different and more reinforced. You can use hockey gloves because they tend to have reinforced thumbs and wrists
Helmet with facemask and throat guard attached, chest protector, arm pads, leg pads, jill, padded gloves- this is for box lacrosse
Mandatory equipment include a helmet, arm pads, shoulder pads, gloves, lacrosse stick (obviously), and a cup (highly recommended). One optional piece of equipment is a rib guard. Goalies need special equipment such as goalie stick, goalie chest pad, throat guard, and padded goalie pants.
normally they are called goalie gloves because only the goalie wears them! :)
Soccer goalie gloves differ from other sports athletic gloves because of the padding on the back of the glove to protect the metacarpals on the goalie's hand from breaking if the ball made contact with the back of the goalie's hand. These gloves are almost reminiscent of UFC training gloves except for the fact that the fingers are covered on soccer goalie gloves as well.
Goalie gloves can be purchased at any sports store. Dick's Sporting Goods offers a comprehensive guide for choosing which goalie gloves are suited for certain people.
No all gloves are the same, just depends on which brand you purchase.
take your lacrosse net to a store
i get it too!
I recommend goalie gloves.