No in many instances you will wind up with turf toe. Its an epidemic in Texas. Reebok has teamed up with Brine to fund a turf toe research facility. I highly advise you buy football cleats for football and save your lacrosse cleats for lacrosse.
No but American football cleats can be used for 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.
In lacrosse you where cleats. You can buy lacrosse cleats, but many people, including myself, where soccer cleats because they are lighter and work just as well.
You put them on your feet, then use them. However buy cleats that are ideal for the turf you are going to be playing on.
Yes, that is what the pros use.
No, they will tear up the grass on the Lacrosse field. Generally Soccer cleats are used when playing Lacrosse.
I think so.
no you should not because you could get into cerious trouble.
Many baseball players use metal cleats. Most sports played on turf/grass use very similar cleats. BUT soccer cleats are usually low tops vs. football/lacrosse cleats being high tops. In basketball I would recommend high tops so it's harder to sprain your ankle and shoes with plates in the center of the sole and ones that will give you more of a "push" when you run.
im a d3 paintball player and i have used all types of cleats. what i have found to be the best is baseball cleats with the hard rubber bottoms, not the metal spikes or plastic spikes. get them in mid not low. but you will easily be able to play outdoor and very well indoor or on turf. but you will not be able to play good on turf with others. also, do not use boots.