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Depends on the league. You can always get Reebok Lacrosse or Warrior lacrosse gloves to blend in. The main thing you want to think about is, is that in lacrosse gloves they are a lot more mobile. Although you can result in a injury more the choice is yours.

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Q: Can you wear lacrosse gloves in hockey?
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