Soft Lacrosse Balls
Soft practice lacrosse balls are perfect for gyms, indoors, youth lacrosse, and damage control. They are also great for young players who might not be ready for a real lacrosse ball.
Soft Indoor Practice Lacrosse Balls
Soft lacrosse balls provide a great opportunity to introduce young lacrosse players to the sport and open the door for many lacrosse teams to have more practice time. Many lacrosse teams in areas with long winters can’t practice outside until the season has already started, and soft lacrosse balls allow them to practice indoors without the risk of breaking or damaging property.
|Lacrosse Ball Brand||Quantity|
|Franklin Soft Balls||6|
|Champro Soft Balls||12|
|Swax Lax Training Ball||2|
|Champion Soft Balls||12|
|Penn Tennis Balls||6|
|Signature Soft Balls||25|
How hard are soft lacrosse balls?
Soft lacrosse balls are so soft that they are considered a damage proof way to practice lacrosse inside. While they can knock things over, soft lacrosse balls are not known to be able to break windows or injure players during regular 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.