Best Lacrosse Goal Nets
The best lacrosse goal nets are lightweight but durable enough to withstand hard shoots during lacrosse games, lacrosse practice, and in the backyard.
How to buy a Lacrosse Net for Your Lacrosse Goal!
- Lacrosse Goal Size
The first step in buying a lacrosse goal net is to find out what size lacrosse goal you have. The two main sizes of lacrosse goals are 4 x 4 (box lacrosse goals) and 6 x 6 (Field Lacrosse Goals).
- Lacrosse Net Thickness
The next step in buying a lacrosse goal is to understand what thickness millimeter lacrosse net you need. The best option is to buy a thicker lacrosse net once instead of buying a weak net and needing a new one a month later. Simply put, the thicker the net the longer lasting the goal.
- Lacrosse Net Price
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Best Lacrosse Goal Nets
The key points to consider when purchasing any type of lacrosse goal net includes cost, thickness, and quantity of nets included. A lacrosse net that is too thin for a strong shooter is going to be a waste of money or a reason for a return, avoid that mishap by going thicker over thinner. But if you are able to get a two-pack of lacrosse goal nets for less, you can put both on one goal at once for a double dose of durability. Remember – a net that’s one millimeter too thick will last forever, but a net that’s one millimeter too thin will be broken up before you know it.
8 mm Champion Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
7 mm Champion Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
6 mm Champion Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
7 mm Velocity Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
5 mm Velocity Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
7 mm Crankshooter Lacrosse Goal Net 1 Pack
5 mm Champion Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
4 mm Champion Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
3 mm Champion Lacrosse Goal Net 2 Pack
Lacrosse Goal Targets and Accessories
Deck out your lacrosse goal setup with an accessory that’ll turn your regular shooting sessions into the ultimate corner hunting experience. Nothing’s better than smacking the upper nineties with a stinger, and nothing’s worse than missing by a mile and losing the ball forever. So check out these awesome lacrosse goal accessories if you wanna step up your shooting today.
All lacrosse teams competing in serious lacrosse leagues are required to have lacrosse game goals for competition play to conform to the rules of the NCAA, NFHS, and other establishments.
Designed to help lacrosse teams get consistent shooting practice without spending a ton or ruining their game goals during the week, 6×6 lacrosse practice goals are the answer for lacrosse coaches who want to develop their shooters without overpaying for their lacrosse equipment.
Used in the NLL and other box lacrosse leagues around the world, 4×4 box lacrosse goals require precision shooting to hit the frame that’s only 44% of the size of a field lacrosse goal.
Buying a lacrosse goal is like buying a pair of shoes, -if you don’t buy what’s best for you, it will be an uncomfortable process. Check out the lacrosse goals we have below that are separated into categories so you can easily find the best lacrosse goal for you. Once you know which category of lacrosse goal will work for you, do your research with our helpful links.