Frequently Asked Questions
Beginner - 1st year or younger player
Intermediate - 2 or more years playing
Advanced - High School or experienced player
Beginner & Intermediate - 1st year player or looking for better than basic
Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced - All levels
Intermediate & Advanced - 2 or more years playing through elite level
The best way to place an order is through the SportStop.com online checkout. If you have trouble placing an order through our website, please contact us.
Our website uses live inventory from our warehouse. If you can add it to your cart, we should have it. We also often display how many we have available if our inventory is getting low.
Please contact us as soon as possible if you would like to cancel your order. The timing of the request is very important since we put a lot effort into fulfilling orders fast. As long as your order has not been fulfilled, we should be able to cancel it. If it has been fulfilled, a return can be set up.
There is a Gift Card box to enter your code during the checkout.
If you are looking for a quote, you can contact Team Sales by emailing email@example.com. Include a list of the products you would like to purchase and the quantity for each product. We will respond to your request as soon as possible. After your initial team order, your account will reflect discounted pricing for future ordering.
Yes. There will be an option in the online checkout for order pick up at our warehouse. Our warehouse address is 86 Route 13 Brookline, NH 03033. Pick up is available Monday through Friday, 9am-3pm. Orders are usually ready the next business day.
A lacrosse goalie requires specific equipment for protection and performance. This includes a helmet with throat protector, chest protector, goalie gloves with extra thumb protection, and shin guards. Goalie sticks also have a larger head to help stop fast-moving shots. The chest protector should offer substantial coverage to protect against high-speed shots.
Choosing a lacrosse stick depends on your position, skill level, and personal preference. For beginners, a complete stick with a pre-strung head is a good start. Midfielders and attackmen typically use shorter sticks for better control, while defensemen use longer sticks for extended reach.
When selecting a lacrosse helmet, ensure it conforms to safety standards. Look for helmets that are lightweight but offer adequate protection, a wide field of view, and a comfortable fit. We have the best range of lacrosse helmets at SportStop.com
Lacrosse cleats are designed to offer ankle support and for quick direction changes. They are similar to football cleats but focus more on cutting ability. When choosing cleats, consider factors like comfort, fit, ankle support, and the type of cleats for your playing surface.
Lacrosse gloves should offer a balance of protection, comfort, and flexibility. They should protect hands from checks while allowing for easy stick handling. Look for gloves with good padding, strong wrist protection, and sufficient ventilation to reduce sweat. We have what you need at SportStop.com
Essential equipment for girls' lacrosse includes a lacrosse stick, eye mask/goggles, a mouthguard, cleats or turf shoes, and a bag for carrying equipment. Shin guards are only required for goalies. Some players also opt to wear gloves, especially in colder weather and for extra protection.
Most lacrosse equipment can be cleaned with a damp cloth or mild soap. It's important to regularly clean your gear to keep it in good condition.
Lacrosse equipment includes a lacrosse stick, helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, mouthguard, and cleats. For goalies, additional equipment like a chest protector, throat guard, and specialized gloves are needed.
Yes, lacrosse sticks can get wet, but it's important to dry them properly to prevent damage to the stick and the stringing.
Yes, most lacrosse equipment can be cleaned. Pads and gloves can often be machine washed on a gentle cycle, but it's crucial to check the manufacturer's instructions.
Lacrosse sticks are typically made with a plastic head and a metal or composite shaft. The head is strung with nylon or synthetic mesh to create a pocket.
The cost of lacrosse equipment varies depending on the quality and brand. We have the best deals on lacrosse equipment at SportStop.com.