There really is no "best head". Everybody prefers different things. I mean of course there are some heads that are better than others, but its like trying to say which car is the best. Usually for defense you qould want a nice stiff head to give hard poke checks without bendingso you could go with the revo pro or the stiffi.for attach usually they go with lightness so you could go with the torque. For middie you could sue anything but you would want a nice and flexable head if you faceoff.
Kryptolite D-pole is too weak even though its a good light shaft. Wooden ones are the most sturdy shafts since they don't bend or dent easily. I had a Kryptolite D- pole and by the 2nd day, it was bent in 3 different directions. Wooden sticks are firm and strong, but its a bit heavy.
the STX Rave is pretty good the only bad thing is that you get a pocket
The warrior warpath or the brine rocket are cheap and dependable
Warrior Titan levitation as the shaft, STX proton power as the head
a lacrosse stick.
At the start and after a goal of each lacrosse game, there is a faceoff. This is where 2 players put their sticks on the ground with the ball in the middle and fight for the ball
The bigger stick is primarily used for defensive players and is 72in long(With head) The smaller one is used for every other position and is 42in long.(With head)
Here is a lacrosse stick charm- http://www.charmfactory.com/lacrosse-stick-charm.htm
With a lacrosse stick and a lacrosse ball
A girls Lacrosse stick should be about as long as your arms and fingers.
it depends on how serious you are about playing, but i think that the crankshaft is the best.
Regular sized lacrosse stick, cut it down.
ball stop in lacrosse is a piece of foam material that has an adhesive on one side that allows it to stick to the throat area of the lacrosse head. the ball stop allows players to catch passes and have the ball not bounce off of the bottom plastic.
To play girls lacrosse, you need lacrosse goggles,a girl's lacrosse stick, and a mouthguard.