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GIRLS REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

  • Girl's Lacrosse Stick
  • Girl's Lacrosse Protective Goggles
  • Mouth Guard - no white, clear or teeth designs permitted

Optional:

  • Girl's Lacrosse Gloves

BOYS REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

  • Lacrosse Helmet (read helmet safety policy below)
     
  • Mouth Guard - no white, clear or teeth designs permitted
  • Shoulder Pads
     
  • Elbow Pads
     
  • Protective Cup
     
  • Lacrosse Gloves
     
  • Boy's Lacrosse Stick

Optional:

  • Rib pads

Lacrosse Helmet Safety Policy:

Lacey Pride Lacrosse Club (LPLC) will have a mandatory helmet safety policy starting with the 2017 season.  Player safety is a top priority for LPLC and its coaches.  Safety equipment, particularly helmets, play a critical role in keeping players safe and protecting your player from injury.  This policy exists to ensure LPLC is doing its part in protecting our players.  The LPLC policy is in accordance with our governing body, US Lacrosse and the helmet manufacturers safety guidelines.

If your player’s helmet, for any reason, does not meet the policy requirements they will not be allowed to play.  Once compliance with the helmet policy has been satisfied your player can participate.  If the policy can’t be met a full refund of the LPLC registration will be given.  LPLC cannot refund US Lacrosse membership fees.

Policy  

New helmets will have current year manufacture date sticker on helmet.  These helmets are safe for use for that year.  For example, a helmet manufactured in 2017 is safe for use for the 2017 season.

Older helmets, ones that do not have a manufacture date of current season, must meet the Manufacture’s recertification guidelines to be safe for use (see below).  For example, a Cascade helmet manufactured in 2016 must have a recertification sticker with a 2017 date in order to be safe for use in 2017.  Any helmet that has been manufactured in 2017 will not need a recertification sticker. 

 

US Lacrosse Position Statement on Helmets:

http://www.uslacrosse.org/safety/equipment/usl-position-statement-on-helmets

Main points

Cascade helmets:

  • Can be used for up to 10 years and must be recertified each year by an approved NAERA company.
  • If helmet is not recertified it has be discarded after 3 years.
  • Look for the manufacture date behind the left ear pad inside the helmet
  • http://cascadelacrosse.com/Helmet-Safety-Booklet

STX/Schutt helmets:

  • Can be used for up to 10 years with recertification every 2 years by an approved NAERA company.
  • If helmet is not recertified after every 2 years of use, helmet cannot be recertified at all.
  • https://www.schuttsports.com/reconditioning