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EQUIPMENT FIELD PLAYER HELMET (REQUIRED)


 Must be field lacrosse-specific  Statement/seal indicating it meets NOCSAE standard performance specs  Proper fit should be based on manufacturers’ guidelines & requirements on their website or included with helmet


RIB PADS (REQUIRED)


 Must cover ribs and kidneys; adjust by loosening/tightening straps  Should fit comfortably, not restricting breathing  Tight enough to so they do not move excessively during play  Try on rib pads prior to adding shoulder pads to ensure proper fit


PROTECTIVE CUP (REQUIRED)


 Fitted for comfort & protection  Large enough to provide coverage but not cause discomfort while running  Garments to improve comfort include: supporters, all-in-one briefs & combinations of both


MOUTHGUARD (REQUIRED)


 Variety of materials, sizes, colors & fitting options  Must be visible color other than clear or white  Self-molding (from manufacturers) or custom-molded (from dentists)  Allows players to talk, cover the upper jaw of teeth & not cause discomfort  May not be altered to decrease protection; can cut if too large for athlete’s mouth


SHOULDER PADS (REQUIRED)


 Covers top of shoulder, collarbone & sternum  Shoulder caps must rest on top of shoulders  Collar should lie flat on collarbone  Straps tightened - bicep pad sits high on arm so to not interfere with arm pads; sternum plate must cover sternum


 Should fit comfortably; adjust by loosening/tightening straps  Too tight - may restrict movement; too loose - can move during play & expose player to injury


ARM PADS (REQUIRED)


 If included - straps secure comfortably for limited movement during play  Tight as to not slide down arm; loose as to not cause discomfort  Elbow should be properly & completely covered


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