There are three different styles of shoulder protection that lacrosse players have to choose from; traditional shoulder pads, hybrid shoulder pads, and shoulder pad liner. The player should easily be able to choose the correct style of shoulder protection based on the following information provided in this buying guide. Before a purchase is made, make sure to take the time to evaluate these criteria; style of play, and if you value comfort or protection. If categorized correctly, it is almost guaranteed that you will make the right decision for your skill set.Three Styles of Shoulder Protection
Traditional Shoulder Pads: Out of More >
Lacrosse gloves are considered to be the most significant items of equipment that you will purchase. They are responsible for the overall feel of your stick, and take a beating from the opposing defensemen. Ideally, the player is going to want the gloves that will allow them to have the most natural feel over the stick. Developing second-hand nature with the stick is important, and that is why the experts here at MonkeySports strongly suggest investing a little more time and effort in selecting gloves.
Five glove features to analyze
Thumb: Most will argue that this is the most important part to the More >
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You would be surprised how much people change when faced against death and adversity. When the survival instinct kicks in, most people enter a state of panic and can act like distressed savages; others More >
There are three different styles of arm protection that you have to choose from; arm guards, arm pads, and elbow pads. Before you make your purchase, make sure you take the time to evaluate these three criteria; position, style of play, and if you value comfort or protection. Based on these criteria, you can almost guarantee that you will make the right decision.
(Be sure to click the “images” and “blue hyperlinks” for more detail)What are the Differences between Lacrosse Arm Guards, Arm Pads, and Elbow Pads?
Lacrosse Arm Guards: Out of the three styles, arm guards will give you the most More >
Much like a lacrosse shaft, a Wizard’s Staff is his primary weapon and serves as a symbol of his power. There are only a few known times where a Wizard’s staff has been broken; If you are lucky, this buying guide will help you choose a lacrosse shaft that won’t suffer a similar fate. Gandalf’s staff was lost and destroyed during his battle with Durin Bane when he demolished the Bridge of Khazad-dûm. If only Gandalf had read this; he probably would have bought a staff/shaft that would not have broke…
There are many different types of lacrosse shafts on the market, More >
There are several reasons why you might need to cut a lacrosse shaft, but the most common reason is to make it more appropriate for your own height. It is very popular in youth lacrosse to shorten the shaft in correlation to the player’s height. Today, the experts here at Monkey Sports will help you through the process of cutting your lacrosse shaft to best fit your needs.
- Lacrosse Shaft (New or Recycled)
- Tape Measure (Minimum 6 feet)
- Athletic Tape/ Permanent Marker
- Hack Saw
- Work Bench or Vice
- Sand Paper
Step 1: Decide what stick length is best suited for you and your position?
Before cutting More >
Have you ever heard the phrase, “It’s not the wand it’s the Wizard?” Well, that’s not entirely true. A wizard cannot produce magic without his wand just like a LAXBRO cannot produce goals without his SPOON. This guide will help you through the process of selecting the perfect lacrosse head based on your preference. Before we begin, it is important to know that not every lacrosse head is perfect for everyone. There are several factors in a head that accommodate each player such as; legality, weight, durability, mouth width, pinch, and bottom rail configuration. If you want to improve your game More >
The holidays are just around the corner and our experts at Monkey Sports and lacrossemonkey.com are here to help eliminate the stress of finding the perfect gift. This will be our second Holiday Gift Guide Blog that will provide insight on some exotic gift ideas (organized by price) that will better the lacrosse experience for the entire family!
Gift Ideas for $10 – $25
Jimalax Semi Hard Mesh $6.99
Jimalax Crosslace 16ft. $3.99
One great stocking stuffer idea for the “humble” lacrosse player is a customized stringing set! Your stick is a reflection of yourself; no other sport has a piece of equipment more subjective to More >
The holidays are just around the corner and our experts at Monkey Sports and lacrossemonkey.com are here to help eliminate the stress of finding the perfect gift. Over the course of the next few weeks, we will provide insight on some exotic gift ideas (organized by price) that will better the lacrosse experience for the entire family!
Gift Ideas for $10 – $25
SockGuy Lacrosse Socks $9.99 – $12.99
Wearing crazy socks during a lacrosse game is like wearing ugly sweaters during a holiday Christmas party, it’s just lax bro culture. Players of all ages love them, and the more they clash with the jersey the More >
We were so excited to find out that LacrosseMonkey.com was recently awarded an EXCELLENT rating by STELLAService. Who are they? Well, we STELLAService is an independent company that evaluates the customer service performance of online stores. They navigated our site, conducted usability tests, ordered and returned products and communicated with our Customer Service reps through phone, email and live chat.
We actually didn’t even know that we were being evaluated until the results came in. So, we thought we’d let you know so that you can celebrate with us! LacrosseMonkey is committed to continuing the practices and policies that won More >