womens Lacrosse players dont wear a helmet cause they dont have to. In womens lacrosse, you cant do any body checks and you can only check the stick if its away from their head... so theres no need.
Girls lacrosse players wear a mouthguard and eye goggles. Thier uniform consists of a jersey, usually a tank top, and a skirt with spandex underneath. Boys lacrosse players wear a lacrosse helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, adn rib pads. Girls goalies wear a helmet, a chestguard, padded pants, shinguards, and gloves. Boys goalies wear the same.
for mens lax you will need a helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, a shaft, a head, a mouth guard, and cleats. for womens lax all you need is a shaft, head, googles, cleats. some women players wear gloves too
yes they wear helmet.
Some players on the Ducks....
the official helmet company of the NFL is Riddell, so most players in the NFL wear those, because in order to wear any other helmet the players have to have the name of the company taken off the helmet. ive noticed that most players wear the Revolution Speed by Riddell. its the best helmet that Riddell produces. ive only seen two other players wearing a helmet by another company although im sure there are more, Chad Ochocinco and Justin Tuck both wear the Ion 4D by Schutt which is the best helmet made to this point.
In general for both boys and girls, beginner players need a lacrosse stick. A protective mouthpiece, gloves, protective helmet with a face mask, and a chin strap are also worn for protection. Male players wears protective cups while females wear a padding on thighs, abdominal areas, shins and the pelvic.
lacrosse uses a round ball-hockey uses a puck lacrosse is played on a field-hockey is played on ice lacrosse players wear cleats-hockey players wear skates lacrosse sticks have a head and mesh on the end-hockey sticks dont
boys: gloves, arm pads, chest protector, helmet, mouth piece, and cup. girl, mouth piece, eye cage, and gloves if wanted.
Men wear more equipment and padding and are allowed to check.
Mainly for fashion and comfort
In Lacrosse you use a stick, consisting of two parts, the head and the shaft. You also wear protective equipment such as a Helmet, Shoulder Pads, Arm Pads, Gloves, and sometimes rib pads. Rib Pads are not required. In mens there is generally the shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, the cup, the helmet, and the stick which is either the short stick or the defensive pole. In womens the equipment is basically a stick the length of a mens short stick, optional gloves, and goggles. Both have to wear mouthguards because no one wants to lose teeth. Both have goalies that wear chest pads and helmets with thigh pads. The shin guards are preferred but are mainly up to the goalie or the coach as well as any other pads. I'm not sure about mens lacrosse but for womens all you need is an approved stick, mouthguard, and eye protection goggles. Men use helmets, gloves, elbow/arm guards/protectors, chest pads, a stick (made up of the shaft and head), a cup, and optionaly rib guards (very useful for midis and attack because you get slap and poke checked a lot). Men's and women's lacrosse require different equipment, since the rules for the sport are different. Men's lacrosse equipment: Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoe An athletic supporter and athletic cup Chest and shoulder pads Arm guards Helmet with full face mask Lacrosse stick with head Lacrosse ball Mouthguard Women's lacrosse equipment: Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoe Lacrosse goggles Lacrosse stick with head Lacrosse ball Mouthguard
Your should wear protective clothes. It is similar to hockey clothes. Make sure you wear a helmet that covers your face too! Have fun playing and win!
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.
Shane Victorino from the Phillies wears a double flap helmet.
Yes they do the pads are located on the shoulders like football players
no, the native Americans definitely did not have helmets
Helmet with facemask and throat guard attached, chest protector, arm pads, leg pads, jill, padded gloves- this is for box lacrosse
The helmet rule in the NHL was instituted for all new players entering the league in 1979. Existing players had the option to wear a helmet or not. The last NHL player to play helmetless was Craig MacTavish in 1997.
Your vision will be reduced, but the helmet is probably the most important piece of protective equipment you can use. ALWAYS wear a helmet when physically playing lacrosse. If you're just playing catch you don't need one. If yo have never played dog then you will,find tndiffickt dog...l.word Fresh
The last person was Craig Mactavish.
Each player will bring helmet stickers from his school/team and give them to other players on the all-star team to wear on their helmet. I guess they do this to show respect to the other players/schools from their all-star team.
they wear knee and elbow pads , helmet's ,shoulder blades
equipment wise there are: helmets (football, baseball/softball ,hockey, lacrosse) men usually wear cups soccer and field hockey there are shin guards baseball players wear guards when hitting to protect the side facing th pitcher football, hockey, and lacrosse players wear all types of padding volleyball players sometimes wear pads on their knees field hockey and female lacrosse players wear eye masks strething can be considered an aid for preventing injuries
if you are playing in the feild All players need a mit but the catcher MUST wear a chest protector, helmet, knee savers, and a helmet. When you are batting, you wear a helmet and use a bat. Some people choose to use batting gloves and a slider but they are NOT NESSACARY.