There are many types and brands that advertise "liners" or "speed" versions of pads, but I have found that only a few are worth the dollar. First, I recommend the Maverik Maybach Speed Liners. They are light and comfortable, as advertised. Second, I recommend the Warrior MPG UltraLyte 8.0 Lacrosse Shoulder Pad which are your best bet for some protection, but less than the Maveriks. Lastly, I recommend this unconventional method of getting comfortable, but compact pads: Warrior MPG 4.5 Lacrosse Shoulder Pad. Don't "diss" this idea just because they are "beginner" pads. I actually still wear these because they are so small and compact. When you get them in, you need to cut the shoulder sum and plastic piece off nearest the neck. This oprion is the cheapest and in my opinion, most comfortable way to go.
Warrior MPG 4.5 Lacrosse Shoulder Pad-http://www.lacrossemonkey.com/warrior-lacrosse-shoulder-pads-hitman-45-07.HTML
Maverik Maybach Speed Liners: http://www.lax.com/lacrosse-equipment/Maverik-Maybach-Speed-Liner-Lacrosse-Shoulder-Pads-9563.HTML
Lacrosse is played with a Stick and Multiple pads. Including, A helmet, shoulder pads, etc.
For boys lacrosse you need a helmet, a stick, shoulder pads, elbow pads, lacrosse gloves, sneakers and a mouthguard.
shoulder, elbow, and gloves
helmet, shoulder pads, arms pads, gloves
Yes, every level in lacrosse have to.
A lacrosse helmet, lacrosse gloves, lacrosse arm pads, lacrosse shoulder pads, a lacrosse stick, cletes with rounded spikes, a mouthguard, an athletic cup if you want, a lacrosse ball, and a wall to practice on. Go to www.laxworld.com to find most of that stuff
First you put on your shoulder pads, then you put your elbow pads on, next you put your helmet on, finally put your gloves on then you are ready to play lacrosse.
helmet arm pads shoulder pads gloves and cleats and mouth guard
A lacrosse goalie wears a chest protector not normal shoulder pads however, a chest protector typically has pads for your shoulders. Some people choose to get a chest protector with removable shoulder pads so you could take them off but I wouldn't take them off. Trust me on the not taking it off part it's coming from a goalie, it kills getting hit in the shoulder.
the main equipment is a shaft, attached to a head, a helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, and elbow pads... oh and cleats