yes. any cleat used in sports played on grass (football, soccer, Field Hockey,etc) can be interchanged
no you should not because you could get into cerious trouble.
yes just nothing with metal studs.
Depends on the league.
The difference is that baseball cleats are heavier and most ive seen have metal. Lacrosse cleats are shorter, better, and lighter than baseball cleats. Lacrosse cleats are a mix between soccer and football cleats. And it feels o so right.
No, they will tear up the grass on the Lacrosse field. Generally Soccer cleats are used when playing Lacrosse.
There are two ways to fix this problem: 1) Specially designed cleats for lacrosse only, such a warrior's burn 2.0. Even though there is a limited amount of lacrosse cleats, big companies are coming out with cleats specially for lacrosse. Such as the new Nike talons. 2) Use football cleats specially made for turf, grass, etc. They are not made for lacrosse, but as in football, they are light, good for cutting, and have good protection for your ankles.
No but American football cleats can be used for lacrosse
Yes it is very helpful to have cleats n girls lacrosse.
No, because you can get a technical penalty if the refs ask to see your cleats and you wont be able to play until you can get a different pair of cleats.
A lacrosse shoe is very similar to a football cleat, but has a different cleat shape to promote speed. They are often lighter than other types of cleats.
AnswerFor men's lacrosse the necessary equipment is a stick, gloves, shoulderpads, a helmet, arm pads, and a protective cup. Additionally, cleats may or may not be worn, generally soccer or football cleats, and some players choose to wear rib padding.
no i play lacrosse and wear soccer cleats
Lacrosse cleats can be purchased at a sporting goods store, such as Dick's Sporting Goods. They will probably be located in the footwear section, but they may also be found with other lacrosse equipment.