All lacrosse balls must meet certain specifications delineated in rulings from NOCSAE. If a lacrosse ball is considered to be NOCSAE SEI Certified, then that lacrosse ball size, weight, and diameter should be as follows
This quick read on How to Clean Lacrosse Balls can help lacrosse players and coaches get the most out of lacrosse balls without damaging them. Dirty lacrosse balls wear down quicker, and simple cleaning can go a long way when done regularly.
Here at The Lax House, we’re big dog guys; and while we do love a nice game of fetch, we wouldn't advise letting your dog use a lacrosse ball. All of the reasons why you shouldn't use a lax ball with your dog are for the safety of your pup. It’s your responsibility as the owner to look out for your dog, and letting dogs chew lacrosse balls can be dangerous.
The Lax House helps lacrosse players and lacrosse coaches find the best lacrosse balls to suit their needs with our Lacrosse Ball Buying Guide. Learn how to save money on lacrosse balls and choose the correct lacrosse ball for you before you buy.
Lacrosse balls must follow specific guidelines from NOCSAE to be legal for gameplay. You can find out what lacrosse balls are made out of right here on The Lax House and also find game legal lacrosse balls