Some of the best lacrosse helmets are the, Cascade Pro7, the Cascade CPXR, The Warrior TII. Those helmets are all in the $200 price range.
no, the native Americans definitely did not have helmets
In girls lacrosse-kilts(skirts) are worn at games, including goggles, soccer shoes, jerseys, and mouthgards. In boys lacrosse-pads, helmets, mouthguards, jerseys, and soccer shoes.
football, hockey, lacrosse, baseball, waterpolo
they had gloves helmets and wooden sticks
It honestly depends on what type of helmet you get...todays helmets can go from 100-300$...but if you have a limited amount of money I am sure you can find some used ones on eBay or in a used sporting store...or even look for some new helmets on sale online and in lacrosse stores (or dicks)...
Cascade is the leading Lacrosse helmet manufacturer. They design and manufacture the helmets. Bauer Performance Sports has also acquired Cascade's helmets and has produced their own line.
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Cascade makes the best lacrosse helmets for protection. It is ones opinion to which helmet look the best. I prefer the Pro7
Lacrosse helmets, like most multiple-impact helmets except gridiron helmets, are made out of two parts:a hard plastic outer shell, in this case with some holes to prevent the helmet form being too hot to wearan inner protective layer of vinyl nitrate which absorbs the many impacts each lacrosse player will have during a gameLacrosse helmets also have a face grille to prevent the played being hit by a stick or ball in the face. They are typically wedge-shaped with greater coverage at the front and sides since hits in lacrosse from stick, ball or helmet are unlikely to strike the back of the head.Lacrosse helmets are often compared to ice hockey helmets, but in many ways the collision character of men's lacrosse is closer to gridiron, though I imagine the rules of lacrosse forbid a player initiating contact using their helmet - which would be more difficult than in gridiron because a player trying to hit helmet-to-helmet would first hit a stick.Lacrosse helmets are nonetheless not as heavy as gridiron helmets, typically weighing around one kilogram including face grille.
Vikings didn't use horned helmets.
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