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Brine Soft Practice Lacrosse Ball (12) Zoom

Brine Soft Practice Lacrosse Ball (12)

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Regular Price: $3.99
On sale now for: $2.99



This Brine soft practice ball is perfect for youth players, indoor play, and throwing around without goggles. This ball is the same size as a normal ball but without the hard rubber construction.

- Regulation size
- Softer than a standard game ball
No sizing chart available
Balls are Junk by Brett from North Tonawanda, New York ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

We practice in a local gym and are not allowed to use real lacrosse balls as to not damage the walls or break windows. We bought 6 of these soft practice balls and at first we were impressed. They are almost the same weight and size of a real lacrosse ball, just softer. Its definitely better using these than a tennis ball or racket ball. However, after about an hour of some shooting drills they showed major wear and tear. After the 2nd hour of drills and a scrimmage, 5 of the 6 balls started to rip apart. 3 had chunks missing and 2 ripped in half. Seeing as we would need at least 6 new balls every practice, I will not be using these anymore. Pros - Near regulation weight and size Cons - Poor quality

Balls are Junk by Brett from North Tonawanda, New York ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

We practice in a local gym and are not allowed to use real lacrosse balls as to not damage the walls or break windows. We bought 6 of these soft practice balls and at first we were impressed. They are almost the same weight and size of a real lacrosse ball, just softer. Its definitely better using these than a tennis ball or racket ball. However, after about an hour of some shooting drills they showed major wear and tear. After the 2nd hour of drills and a scrimmage, 5 of the 6 balls started to rip apart. 3 had chunks missing and 2 ripped in half. Seeing as we would need at least 6 new balls every practice, I will not be using these anymore. Pros - Near regulation weight and size Cons - Poor quality

Balls are Junk by Brett from North Tonawanda, New York ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

We practice in a local gym and are not allowed to use real lacrosse balls as to not damage the walls or break windows. We bought 6 of these soft practice balls and at first we were impressed. They are almost the same weight and size of a real lacrosse ball, just softer. Its definitely better using these than a tennis ball or racket ball. However, after about an hour of some shooting drills they showed major wear and tear. After the 2nd hour of drills and a scrimmage, 5 of the 6 balls started to rip apart. 3 had chunks missing and 2 ripped in half. Seeing as we would need at least 6 new balls every practice, I will not be using these anymore. Pros - Near regulation weight and size Cons - Poor quality

Balls are Junk by Brett from North Tonawanda, New York ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

We practice in a local gym and are not allowed to use real lacrosse balls as to not damage the walls or break windows. We bought 6 of these soft practice balls and at first we were impressed. They are almost the same weight and size of a real lacrosse ball, just softer. Its definitely better using these than a tennis ball or racket ball. However, after about an hour of some shooting drills they showed major wear and tear. After the 2nd hour of drills and a scrimmage, 5 of the 6 balls started to rip apart. 3 had chunks missing and 2 ripped in half. Seeing as we would need at least 6 new balls every practice, I will not be using these anymore. Pros - Near regulation weight and size Cons - Poor quality