Practice Lacrosse Balls
Lacrosse balls that are not certified for competitive play can still be used for improving your stick skills on your own. These lacrosse balls may be different than what you’re used to normally playing with.
Lacrosse Balls for Practice
Using lacrosse balls in your personal lacrosse training is a great way to improve your stick skills on your own time. These lacrosse practice balls are excellent options for lacrosse players looking to get better outside of their team’s activities.
|Lacrosse Ball Brand||Quantity|
|Champion Practice Balls||12|
|Velocity Practice Balls||12|
|Victorem Practice Balls||12|
|Signature Pro S1||25|
|Swax Lax Coach Bundle||13|
Are Lacrosse Practice Balls Certified for Game Play?
No, lacrosse practice balls are designed to provide lacrosse teams and players a cheaper or novel lacrosse ball option. While lacrosse ball certifications such as NOCSAE, SEI, and CLA are required for game play, they create an added expense for lacrosse ball companies that is passed onto the consumer. Lacrosse balls without certifications are generally cheaper, unless the lacrosse balls have a novel feature – such as the swax lax lacrosse balls that are safe for indoor use.
Shop All Lacrosse Balls
If you need lacrosse balls, you can browse the best lacrosse balls on the market in Stringers Society’s Lacrosse Ball Buying Guide. We help you understand the difference in certain lacrosse balls so you can make an informed choice when buying lacrosse balls for your team.