BOX LACROSSE EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES

 Face Mask:
The mask must be CSA approved for ice hockey or a NOCSAE approved Calcoat mask. Model#411sr or #414Jr. All masks MUST be approved for helmet model that it is mounted on.
Lacrosse Stick:
Stick Length
Peewee and down: 34"-46"
Bantam and up: 40"-46"

Mouth Guard:
Mandatory
Gloves:
Box lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection and flexibility.
Short cuff hockey gloves can be used, but they don't offer the same grip or
flexibility.
Arm pads:
Light weight, hard plastic that offers protection for the whole
arm, while allowing full range of motionof the arm at the elbow.
Helmet:
All helmets MUST be CSA approved for ice hockey. The helmets must have a chin strap and cannot be altered from the manufactured form.
  Shoulder Pads:
One piece pad made of flexible durable material when fit properly offers protection for upper body and shoulders
Back and Kidney Pads:
A one piece light weight plastic pad which offers protection for the back and kidney area
Athletic Support and Cup:
(Jock or Jill)
BOX LACROSSE GOALTENDER EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES
Helmet:
All Helmets MUST be CSA approved for ice hockey or NOCSAE approved. The helmet must have a chin strap and cannot be altered from the manufactured form. The Cascade Helmet is approved in Ontario (Goaltenders ONLY)
Face Mask:
This must be CSA approved for ice hockey or a NOCSAE approved mask. Model #411Sr. Or #414 Jr. All masks MUST be approved for helmet model that it is mounted on.
Upper Body Goalie Protector:
Floating shoulders for full range of motion, protection for shoulders, biceps, and forearms. Hard fibre arm guards for maximum protection.
Throat Guard:
Made of hard plastic, attaches to goalie face shield, protects throat and neck.
Goalie Pants:
Snug fitting with waist and thigh protection.
Gloves:
Box lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection and flexibilty. Hockey gloves can be used, but they don't offer the same grip or flexibility.
Goalie Leg Pads/Irons:
Made of hard plastic allows for full range of motion, straps to legs and covers the ankle and the top of the feet.

Mouth Guard:
Mandatory
Athletic Support and Cup:
(Jock or Jill)
FIELD LACROSSE EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES
Helmet and Face Mask:
All helmets MUST be CSA approved for ice hockey or NOCSAE approved. The helmet must have a chin strap and cannot be altered from the manufactured form. The face mask can not allow the head of the stick or ball to make contact with the face.
Lacrosse Stick:
Plastic heads with metal or wood shafts
Stick Length
- ILF Rule: 40"-42"
52"-72"
Ontario Minors:
34" to 46"
52" to 72"
Stick Width
4" to 10" inside measurement at the widest point.
Only one back stop allowed.
Cannot be designed to retard dislodgement of ball.

Mouth Guard:
Mandatory
Arm Pads:
Light weight hard plastic that offers protection for the whole arm, while allowing full range of motion of the arm at the elbow.
Athletic Support and Cup(Jock or Jill)
  Shoulder Pads:
One piece pad made of flexible, durable material when fit properly offers protection for upper body and shoulders.
Gloves:
Field lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection and flexibility. Hockey gloves can be used, but they don't offer the same grip or flexibility. Palms may be cut out, but fingers must be encased.
 
  Back and Kidney Pads:
A one piece light weight plastic pad which offers protection for the back and kidney area.
FIELD LACROSSE GOALTENDER EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES
Helmet and Face Mask:
All helmets MUST be CSA approved for ice hockey or NOCSAE approved. The helmet must have a chin strap and cannot be altered from the manufactured form. The face mask can not allow the head of the stick or ball to make contact with the face.
Lacrosse stick:
The inside measurement of the goaltender's stick cannot exceed 15 inches (38.1 cm) The goaltender's stick may be any desired length.
Chest Protector:
A mandatory pad made of dual density foam, offering flexibility, protection, and full range of motion.
Shoulder Pads (optional):
One piece pad made of flexible, durable material when fit properly offers protection for upper body and shoulders.
Back and Kidney Pads (optional for goaltender):
A one piece light weight plastic pad which offers protection for the back and kidney area.
Arm Pads (optional):
Light weight hard plastic that offers protection for the whole arm, while allowing full range of motion of the arm at the elbow.
Goaltender Pants:
Track pants may be worn, but for a particular team they must be of the same colour, and it is recommended that they be of different colour from those worn by the opponents.
Gloves:
Field lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection and flexibility. Hockey gloves can be used, but they don't offer the same grip or flexibility. Palms may be cut out, but fingers must be encased. Goaltenders are NOT allowed to wear hockey goalkeeper gloves.
Athletic Support and Cup
(Jock or Jill)

*Please note that this is just a guideline, and while we do our best to provide accurate information, we suggest that you contact your local association if you have any questions.

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