Top 5 Children’s Lacrosse Sticks
1. Brine Recruit
The Brine Recruit is the perfect stick not only for children, but it is also appropriate for full-size adults who are just breaking into lacrosse. It features a slightly offset head which is perfect for practicing catching and throwing, and adjusting to the basics of lacrosse. The wide face also allows a bigger space for easier catching, and scooping ground balls. The soft mesh allows the ball to settle down deep quick without the fear of dislodging itself from the pocket.
|2. STX Stinger
The STX Stinger is ideal for the all-around kid who haven’t decided yet whether he/she wants to be an attacker. Midfielder, or Defender. It is the perfect stick for training, and all-around play. It features an open sidewall that not only makes catching easier, but also makes the stick more air resistant because it lets the air flow through the stick, making your kid’s reaction faster. The open sidewall design also makes it lighter.
The wide face makes catching balls a whole lot easier and the flat scoop design makes scooping balls easier too. The soft mesh pocket with an ideal offset offers tremendous ball control and accuracy.
The STX Stinger shaft is made from lightweight and durable AMP6000 series Aluminum, and has the classic STX octagon shape which provides a better slip-free grip compared to rounded shafts.
3. STX Lilly
The STX Lilly is perfect for your growing tween who is about to embark into the exciting world of lacrosse. Its 34.5” inch length is ideal for beginners or youngsters who aren’t quite on their prime.
The STX Lilly features a wide face that provides a wider surface area, thus making catching a whole lot easier. It also features low sidewalls for a better pocket formation which makes ball control feel like a very easy and natural task.
STX sure was brilliant in including the classic octagon shape shaft for a better grip on the aluminum shaft. The shaft also has a 7/8” diameter which can fit almost any little hand of little girls comfortably and efficiently. The STX Lilly is also used by lacrosse programs in Duke, Johns Hopkins, and Georgetown.
4. Warrior Nemesis Mini
The Warrior Nemesis Mini is the ideal stick for the aspiring goalie. It has everything a normal sized goalie stick would have, except it is ideal only for children – it is smaller, lighter, simpler, and cheaper too. This short goalie stick claims to improve hand eye coordination too.
It features an injection molded plastic goalie head that aims to emulate the pro performance and durability a full-size Nemesis would have. The shaft is made of miniaturized Alloy 2000 which adds to the realistic feel of the Nemesis Mini. The Alloy 2000 also ensures durability. It is ready to play anywhere, and even grown-ups like to use it in casual games because of the sheer fun of holding a mini goalie stick.
The Warrior Nemesis Mini also comes with its own ball.
5. Harrow Hemi Cuda
Harrow is known to produce the lightest, most durable, and most technologically advanced lacrosse sticks in the market. In making lacrosse stick’s for children, Harrow does not cut short on anything. The Harrow Hemi Cuda features the Harrow trademark one piece Carbon Graphite construction, which provides a seamless and lightweight hold.
Its tapered flex-point shaft adds extra torque on every hit your kid will do. Every shot will be more powerful and more accurate, you won’t think the shot was made by your own kid. The accuracy is also aided by the streamlined offset head, and soft mesh pocket. A rubberized grip helps the stick stay in your kid’s hands all the time.
This stick is ideal for kids who are serious in making it big in the lacrosse world.