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When we started playing lacrosse we didn’t have much guidance. Most of our early careers were made up of guess and check work with little direction until we got older and better understood the game from years of playing. This means the culture, history, attitude, and basis of the sport; not just playing it. Many players can point to an individual in their life that was able to help them better understand the background of lacrosse to be a better, more educated player; but some players never get that help which is why we started helping others. All we are getting out of this is the opportunity to grow the game and help players become the players that they want to be, so why not lend a hand that you wish was lent to you?
Yes, Lacrosse Balls are hard & made from solid rubber.
A lacrosse ball is not hollow rather than solid rubber.
I occasionally wash my lacrosse gloves in the washing machine but not frequently. If you have leather palms I would stay away from Machine Washing but once a year is fine. Toss them in a pillow case to be safe and air dry.
I would check your specific airline to be sure but I have never had an issue of taking my stick on an Airplane.