These are great for working on stick skills in the house, since they don't bounce if you drop them. Also, they are good for working outside on a bounce because they don't go far if you miss or ricochet off a cross bar.
Swax Lax Soft Weighted Lacrosse Training Ball
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Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
I use these to shoot on my son,. He is 11 years old and stopped wearing padded pants and shin guards over 2 years ago. When I shoot on him and he takes a hard shot on his body he doesn't want to quit. It still will hurt but he gets right back in the cage. He has become more confident.Cons:
it was fun and cool but my friend missed a pass and it hit a cement wall an broke on the day i got it soooo ya but besides that i love mine and use it all the time i just wish it wasnt broken... tip for buyers play on grass or terf only or in doors...Pros:
add more colors
lower price just a little because of how they brake
Ok, fun to play with but too much money for what you get. Soft indoor balls are better even if not weighted.
The Swax Lax balls are the perfect situational practice ball. My goalies can endure more game type practice which in turn has greatly improved their skill levels. Having a ball with correct weight and feel also enhances my shooters training and skills. Its a great overallPros:
simulation tool for both offensive and defensive drills! I highly recommend this ball for any level of play.
Soft exterior yet firm solid and weighted correctly.
These are great for indoor practices and youth practice.Pros:
Good weight and don't bounce awayCons: