The 10 Best Lacrosse Sticks

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This wiki has been updated 21 times since it was first published in February of 2019. While it's nice to get out and have fun in recreational leagues, lacrosse is a sport where having the right equipment is essential for taking the next step toward serious competition. Our list is comprised of sticks for all field positions that can help young and older players perform to the best of their abilities. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. STX Crux 600

2. Maverick Vertigo

3. STX Fortress 300

Editor's Notes

February 22, 2019:

As you get to a more advanced level, you'll want to pick your position, and for players who know what they want, STX is the clear winner. Attackers will love the precision offered by the Crux 600, and the Fortress 300 is great for defenders. If your youngster hasn't made that kind of decision yet, they'll want a complete stick that isn't too heavy or long and comes strung and ready to play. The Maverick is a great choice, but younger players might want an even smaller option like the Junior Stinger, which has a proportionally shorter handle while also offering a large head so they can get used to handling a full-sized ball.

4. STX Junior Stinger

5. Franklin Sports Youth

6. Warrior Evo Warp Next

7. STX Stallion 200

8. Skaggs Woodworks Twigg

9. STX Shield 100

10. Adidas EQT Tracer

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