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NOCSAE Lacrosse Ball Explanation

In 2014, in order to increase player safety in lacrosse, all lacrosse balls must be certified NOCSAE approved. What does NOCSAE mean? One of our Lax.com pro’s Mike Barrett gives the rundown on what this new standard is, why it was put it place, and how the rule will be enforced this season. Read More…

NOCSAE Lacrosse Ball Explanation

NOCSAE Lacrosse Ball Explanation

In 2014, in order to increase player safety in lacrosse, all lacrosse balls must be certified NOCSAE approved. What does NOCSAE mean? One of our Lax.com pro’s Mike Barrett gives the rundown on what this new standard is, why it was put it place, and how the rule will be enforced this season. This is a must watch video for anyone looking to get lacrosse balls this season.

If you are looking to pick up NOCSAE approved balls, head to Lax.com. They have plenty in stock BUT THEY WILL NOT LAST! There is a limited number of balls that meet this standard but do not wait, order now. Click on this link to get to the Lax.com selection of NOCSAE lacrosse balls.

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