9 Best Lacrosse Gloves Currently Available (for 2021)
Lacrosse Glove Buying Guide
Before venturing out on your own to find the gloves that fit you (figuratively and literally), here are some elements to consider before clicking BUY:
Protection is easily the most important thing to consider when buying a glove. If it wasn’t, everyone would be running around with their bare hands, right?
A great glove provides protection without you even noticing it. The number of beatings your gloves will take over the course of a given game can be immeasurable depending upon where you are on the field.
You want a glove that provides extra protection along the thumb, especially at the base of your hand, as this is a high impact spot during ground balls and for those desperation swings from defenders when you’re mid-cradle.
The back of your hand is another point of focus. You want layers of protection to guard against the inevitable checks, purposeful pokes, and those wayward slashes that could ruin your day…or month with a broken bone.
Extra cuff length is another valuable bonus, especially for those players that find themselves in faceoffs regularly. The slash to the wrist is as inherent to the sport as anything else so the added protection will be appreciated.
2) Comfort & Flexibility
This comes at a close second to protection. As stated earlier, the connection between palm and stick is hugely important to your success on the field.
Let’s start with the palm: you want something that is less of a noticeable layer and more of a membrane between your palm and stick. Normally, this will be suede but we are beginning to see companies make advancements in material. You want something with minimal stitching and a thin construction that gives you the ultimate feel on your stick.
On the flip side of your hand, you want a glove that promotes dexterity of your fingers. Higher-end gloves on the market will employ design quirks such as paneling to allow the ultimate range of motion to your fingers.
And finally the wrist: look for an adjustable cuff element that will prove valuable to customize the fit of your glove to your preference; namely, protectiveness versus flexibility.
Moisture wicking technology. Advanced ventilation. Breathable material. These are some of the buzzwords/elements to keep an eye out for when looking for gloves.
In play, breathability is majorly important to keeping your hands dry and avoid any further weighing down of your movements thanks to a build up of sweat. This helps promote that all important connection of palm to stick as well.
Beyond play (and what some would say is most important), breathability is a major tool in fighting against the dreaded smell that comes with an aging pair of gloves. Companies like Epoch have begun experimenting with added elements such as embedded coffee grounds to help promote odor prevention as well.
Keeping sweat off your hands and out of your gloves will not just be appreciated by you on the field but everyone else off it.
Gloves are an expensive investment so it would be best to get multiple seasons out of a pair and not continue to have to dip into your pocket year after year.
When on the hunt for a pair of lacrosse gloves, material is key to durability. Look for gloves that do not skimp on the highest level of palm and outer material to prevent any wear inherent to usage.
Another important element is stitching. The less “pieces” to a glove, the longer it will likely last as it will not have the usual points of vulnerability. STX made a major leap with this generation of gloves by breaking the mould quite literally with a single continuous exterior piece. It’s elements such as this that will ensure years of use.
Lastly, you want to look for the least external elements that could wear down. You’ll find this in the wrist cuffing, for instance, that may depend upon velcro for security. Something like velcro can wear down quickly and ultimately diminish the quality of your glove.
5) Customer Reviews
Customer reviews are worth major consideration before you splurge on gloves.
Do your due diligence and seek out every website and resource you can for some first hand input on how any of the above four elements are for a given product. Other users can provide actual feedback to the wear and performance of a glove.
Additionally, reviews can be helpful in finding out any quirks to a glove’s fit or the buying process. Such feedback can be helpful in avoiding the pitfalls that may have ensnared other customers.
And don’t forget to leave your own review for whatever gloves you choose. It’s always good practice to pay it forward.
Find something that fits your budget…this is easier said than done when it comes to gloves but still worthy of consideration.
Always keep in mind that if you’re cutting costs now, you’re likely giving up something in the future, whether it be the durability or extra protection of a more expensive glove. Pinpoint where exactly a product is saving you money and consider the implications of that cost-cutting to your safety and wallet in the long run.
Lacrosse Gloves Size Chart
If you are unsure which size goalie glove to buy, the following table may be able to help you out. This general information comes from Lax.com. I suggest you read the manufacturer’s site to see if their size suggestions differ.
You can also print out a glove sizing page that you can place your hand on to see your ideal size here.
Other Gear Guides
Here at Lax Drip, we have many other gear guides to help you find your perfect fit. Here are some you may be interested in:
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MaxLax – 2018 (Box) Gear Reviews
MaxLax, or Maximum Lacrosse, is a Canadian-based box lacrosse equipment company, and it’s possible that you’ve never heard of them before (especially if you only play field lacrosse), but Marty O’Neil has been at this for a long time at the highest levels, and his experience in the padding market shows, as each of the MaxLax products are highly functional pieces of equipment.
MaxLax gear is designed to provide protection, comfort, function, and durability. On top of all that, their pricing is extremely competitive. I’ve reviewed the MaxLax bicep pads and rib/kidney pads before, and I still believe that both pieces of equipment are the best in their respective classes. MaxLax also offers up amazing goalie padding, from legs to shorts, to uppers to gloves and as a former goalie, O’Neil really flexes his design muscles here, offering a truly superb, protective, affordable, and tough product.
And now they offer gloves to match!
And if you want to learn how to play (or coach) box goalie, Marty has you covered!
This year, MaxLax has released upgraded goalie padding, and they still offer top of the line bicep, rib, and shoulder pads. But their big “new” item are their box player lacrosse gloves, which marry the best parts of an old school glove with a new school glove, and are specifically designed to take any and all abuse, while still allowing a player to feel really connected to their stick!
(Check out our other published 2018 Gear Reviews – Powell Lacrosse’s new heads and shafts, Cascade Lacrosse’s new S Helmet, Maverik Lacrosse’s 2018 gloves, shafts, and heads, Nike Lacrosse’s new head and gloves, Brine Lacrosse’s two new heads, new heads and gloves from Under Armour Lacrosse, and Four new Warps from Warrior Lacrosse. There are more reviews to come!)
MaxLax – 2018 Player Gloves
The new MaxLax player gloves are definitely built for box. The foam padding on the back of the hand is thick enough to absorb the hardest checks, and the hard plastic caps displace the impacts. At the same time, the padding is not bulky, and while there are no gaps in between padded areas, the gloves still flex with ease. It’s a hard thing to find the sweet spot between flex/comfort and protection, but these gloves pull it off, and your entire hand, from your fingers to your wrist, is protected. The function portion is excellent from this perspective.
The wrist and above is where you want to add a little extra padding, and seeing as these are box pads, this makes a lot of sense. Most players use a wrist guard now, so the gloves don’t need to come up as high as they used to. The new MaxLax gloves meet this new expectation nicely, and if you want them tighter on your wrist, the drawstring on the cuff does allow for that.
Another strong area of design is the palm. The palms are a high quality leather, and it is a simple two piece construction, with the thinnest portions of the palm leather coming along the fingers. This thin barrier allows for a great connection to the stick, and the quality leather means little to no break in time, but a product that will also last. I almost always find that palms with a mixture of leather and mesh can fold and crease weirdly, but the MaxLax palms are nice and flat. While the glove isn’t exactly “snug” like so many other modern gloves, your fingers don’t move around, and the stick doesn’t slip through your palms. The relatively simple design flat out works, and that’s what matters. If you cut the palms out of your gloves there are also good seams to do that, so again, options!
When you talk about the look of the gloves, it is definitely a classic approach.
Overall these gloves are light weight, tough, protective, comfortable, and flexible right out of the box. The design and aesthetic is a more classic approach, but details like the stitched “Maximum Lacrosse” on the cuff, and off color grey leather in places make the MaxLax gloves look high end. The gloves run a little bigger than a lot of 13″ gloves on the market today, but they are not oversized at all. So if you’re looking for something a little beefier than the slimmed down field lacrosse gloves on the market, the new MaxLax gloves are probably for you! There is just a little more room for your hand in there, which I like, and the gloves are really solid in every way.
Marty O’Neil has once again found an approach to lacrosse padding that no one else is taking, and he’s once again produced a really good product at a reasonable price point ($110). Marty makes good stuff, period point blank, and you can once again add player lacrosse gloves to the list. The gloves come in a bunch of different color combos, so check them out here and find your colors!
2018 Gear Review Methodology – We did outreach to manufacturers asking them to send us any new (or relatively new) product they wanted reviewed for 2018. We made no promises on what we would say, and every brand is given an opportunity to participate. Our focus is on Heads, shafts, helmets, gloves, padding, and footwear. We will also a giant 2018 Mesh Review soon. No scores are given. We simply talk about the positives (and negatives) of any product. Our goal is to help you, the consumer, make informed decisions on equipment purchases. That’s it
Best Lacrosse Stores for August 2021
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2021 Lacrosse Store Reviews
Sport Stop is a family-owned business that has been selling lacrosse and field hockey equipment since 2001. They carry a variety of high-quality brand names, have great customer satisfaction, offer a smooth return policy, and price matching. There is no reason not to shop at Sport Stop for lacrosse gear, so we suggest checking them out first when making your next purchase.
At LAX, customers can purchase lacrosse gear, apparel, footwear, and even check collegiate scores, stats, and game dates. LAX has the potential to cater to their lacrosse-playing customer base by offering everything they could be looking for. LAX’s best price guarantee, generous return policy, and LAX point system help customers afford all the lacrosse gear they want. However, their inventory is slim within some categories and even offers no results for some products.
Lacrosse Unlimited is a robust shop featuring name brands like Nike, Adidas, Under Armour, and STX equipment.
Universal Lacrosse aims to make shopping for lacrosse gear an exciting experience. Lacrosse players have lots of great options here with a variety of sticks, stringing equipment, protective gear, apparel, accessories, and more. Browsing their website is as easy as can be and with a price match guarantee, you really can’t go wrong at Universal Lacrosse.
Lacrosse Monkey sells affordable, high quality performance lacrosse equipment. Major brands can quickly be found on their easy-to-navigate website. They are a division of MonkeySports, Inc. that also specializes in selling gear for baseball, softball, and hockey players. But, customers report slow order processing times at Lacrosse Monkey, causing the Better Business Bureau to give them a B- rating.
Lacrosse is an online lacrosse equipment store selling everything men, women, and youth need to play the game. They have an impressive selection of inventory at fair prices. However, their outdated website copyright and massive site-wide sales make us concerned that they won’t be in business for long.
Dick’s Sporting Goods
DICK’S Sporting Goods carries equipment for just about all the sports imaginable. From gloves, to heads, to cleats, there is no shortage of lacrosse equipment here. The main reason DICK’S has not earned our highest rating is due to a slew of negative customer comments regarding their shopping experiences here. In fact, they earn a concerning “F” rating by the Better Business Bureau.
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On this episode of the Pro Lacrosse Talk Podcast, Hutton Jackson and Adam Moore are joined by Athletes Unlimited pro Dempsey Arsenault. She discusses her growth as a player at Boston College, winning MVP and a WPLL Championship as a rookie in 2019, and joining Athletes Unlimited’s lacrosse league. She also discusses the opening weekend in Athletes Unlimited, going 3-0 as a member of Team Ohlmiller, being named a captain for Week 2 and the strategy she used in drafting her team.
Hutton and Adam also preview the upcoming PLL slate of games in Colorado Springs, discuss Chrome LC picking up Dylan Molloy off the waiver wire and give their current favorites to win the 2021 PLL Championship.
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The Best Lacrosse Gloves in 2021
Lacrosse Gloves Buying Guide
Choosing the perfect pair of gloves can be tricky. Since lacrosse gloves protect you in the field, it is essential to have a reliable pair when things get brutal. That’s why you should note baseline requirements that can help you understand what makes a pair of gloves perfect for you.
Though factors like play style and skill level directly impact your choice, considering a couple of key features can help you narrow down your choice and get your hands on the best lacrosse gloves. Mainly, you have to pay heed to the glove’s protective capabilities, ventilation, durability, and comfort. If you know the importance of each of these aspects, you can quickly identify which pair suits your needs.
Which Key Features Should You Take Into Consideration?
Protection is undoubtedly the most crucial factor to consider when purchasing lacrosse gloves. Playing a game without gloves can cost you a lot. You may suffer severe sprains or broken bones in a jiffy. Since you can’t give your best in the field with an injured hand, protection is paramount when it comes to choosing your gloves.
If you are a perimeter player and don’t get much into opponents, you can incline towards lightweight gloves. However, you need highly protective gear if you’re a power player who enjoys driving the net. In order to find a pair that meets the minimum protection threshold, you can ask yourself questions like:
- Does a pair of gloves employ the finest quality material and foam to absorb impacts?
- Can the cuffs of the gloves cover and shield your forearm?
- Are the gloves strong and hard enough to avert sprained fingers
Answering these questions will help you grab lacrosse gloves that provide utmost protection.
Besides enhancing protection, high-quality foam is also beneficial for impact absorption. You should also ensure the palm material is so robust that you do not burn holes in your gloves easily. Moreover, high-strength rubbers and plastic along with the glove’s frame will help deflect slashes. Some gloves also feature advanced anti-odor and drying technologies that keep the odor at bay and enhance airflow to keep your hands dry.
Comfortable gloves not only allow you to wear them throughout a long day but also can help improve your game considerably. Nowadays, manufacturers go the extra mile to employ high-quality palms and cooling liners to make sure you don’t feel uncomfortable during the match and, hence, can completely focus on your game.
Moreover, mobility is another important factor you should take into account to ensure comfort. No lacrosse player wants their gloves to fall off on the ground or get their hands locked in. A pair that provides high mobility can overcome these issues while improving your wrist movement effectively.
Do you know that your hands are prone to overheat? That’s why your lacrosse gloves should have proper ventilation so that your hands stay dry during the game. Unlike traditional gloves that only come with vents on the backhands, modern gear features cooling ventilation in the palms too. However, the more the vents, the more the stitching, which can lead to a less natural fit. If your hands don’t tend to overheat, you can go for a pair that offers minimal ventilation.
Invest in lacrosse gloves that can last multiple seasons so that you don’t have to dip into your pocket every season. Since the material is the key to durability, make sure your gloves are made with the finest quality mesh, so they don’t skimp on the outer layer of the palm. Also, keep in mind that more stitching can reduce the lifespan of the gloves. So, choose gloves with fewer stitches because they don’t have usual points of vulnerability. You should also pay attention to the external elements like wrist cuffs that could get damaged gradually.
What Factors Should You Consider When Purchasing Lacrosse Gloves?
Your position plays a significant role in deciding which lacrosse gloves are worth investing in. If you play attack, then a gear with maximum protection is best for you. However, gloves with an excellent grip and flexibility are ideal for players who do face-offs.
The usage frequency of gloves is an essential factor to consider when looking for a pair. If you are going to use them frequently, then a robust pair of gloves that lasts long is a perfect fit for you. However, if you just want to play men’s league here and there, invest in the best pair available in the market.
Deciding on your budget before you even begin to look can eliminate a few pairs from the selection. If you have a tight budget or are cutting costs deliberately, you are likely giving up important features like durability or extra protection. However, spending more bucks will help you grab an elite pair of gloves that lasts longer and exceeds your expectations.
Since a myriad of lacrosse gloves options are available out there in the market, finding the best one can be challenging. That’s why we have presented a complete buying guide to educate you on the ins and outs of purchasing the best lacrosse gloves. We hope it will help you make an informed decision and get your hands on a perfect pair that will enable you to level up your game.
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Lacrosse Gear Reviews & Guide (2019 UPDATED)
Welcome to knowledge base of Lacrosse Gear Reviews where you are going to find the best lax gear review articles. All the products we include in our guides are suggested by Lacrosse players and tested by our experts.
We continuously update our articles to bring you most recent and up-to-date lacrosse gear guides and at the same time by visiting our Blog you can find all the Latest Lacrosse News and Tips for playing the game.
From Gloves to Sticks and everything in between, we cover each and every product to help our readers find the best of the best gear available.
You might be thinking, why this game requires specific gear?
This is due to the fact that Lacrosse is an impact sport due to which it requires from its players to wear specific protective gear in order to be safe from injuries.
Lacrosse sports requires combination of four things i.e. speed, strength, agility and right lacrosse equipment to dominate this game. So, it is important to choose right equipment and we’re here to guide you through entire process.
Below you will find links to few of our guides to help you get started in world of Lacrosse
Lacrosse Equipment Guide
Normally every player makes use of almost similar basic Lacrosse Equipment but it is important for each player to pick specific gear that is going to make them better suited for specific position in field while they play the game.
Note: There is difference in equipment when it comes to choosing gear for beginner, intermediate or expert lacrosse player.
Lacrosse Protective Gear Guide
It is one of the most important thing to choose right Lacrosse Protective Gear as all the players in field are moving at fast pace while using their sticks to sling rubber ball that occasionally injuries happen. So, it is important to wear right gear in order to keep yourself safe from getting injured.
Lacrosse Shafts Guide
Lacrosse Shaft comes in variety of different materials i.e. some are made using alloy and few using carbon fiber, they also come in different texture and weight. So, it is important to choose right shaft that will perfect your lacrosse game and playing style.
Lacrosse Head Guide
Lacrosse Head is one of the most important piece of equipment that you would come across. They come in wide variety of designs, size, shapes and price range. It is important to choose one that suits to you as it improves accuracy, shot velocity and accuracy of your game.
Lacrosse Mesh Guide
Lacrosse Mesh is basically one of the most important element of head. Mesh builds a kind of pocket having holes in them known as diamonds. Using mesh players are able to catch and sling rubber ball making it one of the most important component of lacrosse gear.
Lacrosse Sticks Guide
Lacrosse Stick is another important equipment and there are different types of sticks manufactured keeping in view players age, players position in field, player’s gender etc. So, it is important to choose one that suits according to your needs and we are here to help you through entire process.
Lacrosse Goalie Guide
Lacrosse Goalie position requires a lot of gear to keep the player safe and his whole body fully protected against shots and battle at front. We have reviewed each and every goalie gear to help you the right product the very first time.
Lacrosse Footwear Guide
Lacrosse Footwear includes shoes or cleats and gives players comfort to easily run up and down the field. There are different types of shoes and cleats available that are designed for different types of surfaces. So, it is important to know about one that suits you and we can help you choose the right product.
Beginner & Youth Lacrosse Guide
Beginner & Youth Lacrosse Gear is different when compared to that of professional players. So, we have written in-depth guides related to each gear in this category so you could find appropriate one for you by visiting this specific section.
Women’s & Girls Lacrosse Guide
Women’s & Girls Lacrosse Gear section will provide you all the info related to most up-to-date products available in market. All gear featured is well researched from experts and is recommended by top lacrosse women’s and girl players.
If you have any question or concern related to any lacrosse gear feel free to reach out to us anytime. We will try to help you out as much possible!90,000 Badminton. Game and rules. Inventory and equipment. Features
Badminton is a game familiar to everyone, suitable for active summer outdoor recreation and an exciting pastime in any company. It is played without any special rules, trying only to throw the shuttlecock to each other as long as possible, preventing it from falling to the ground. Badminton does not require a lot of equipment – just two rackets, a shuttlecock and a flat ground. It is available for people of all ages and does not impose any special requirements on the physical condition of the players.All this applies to amateur badminton, but there is also a professional one, included in the Olympic program since 1992. This is a sport with unified rules and requirements for equipment.
History of the development of the game
Badminton was played in ancient times, so it is recognized as one of the oldest sports on the planet. At that time it was called simply – the game of shuttlecock, and originated from a game popular in India called “puna”. The ancient Greeks, Romans, Japanese and even Africans had fun with throwing the shuttlecock.Later, on the ships of sailors, he came to Great Britain, from where he walked across Europe.
In its modern form, the game was formed thanks to the English Duke of Beaufort. In 1873, he brought pune equipment from a trip to India. A new occupation gathered in his estate Badminton House all the relatives and acquaintances of the Duke. And the game got the name of the estate.
In 1934, the International Badminton Federation was formed, which included 9 states. Thanks to this sports organization in 1947the first world championship among men took place. It got the name “Thomas Cup”. In 1992, badminton received Olympic status, which further increased its popularity throughout the world.
The game received the greatest distribution in the countries of Asia. Athletes from China, Korea and Indonesia today occupy leading positions in the international arena in this discipline.
You can play one on one or in pairs. In this regard, there are certain differences in the rules for individual and pair (team) play.
A badminton match consists of 3 periods. The game begins with a toss, which determines which of the players will serve first and who can choose half of the field.
The service is executed according to the following rules:
- Both players are within the diagonal service squares without overstepping their lines.
- The shuttle is thrown no higher than the server’s waist and the first hit must be at the head of the shuttle.
- The trajectory of the shuttle must be an ascending line over the net.
- If the projectile is not hit, it must land in the appropriate service field.
The serve is allowed only if the opponent is ready to receive the projectile. If he tried to repulse the projectile, then there can be no question of unpreparedness.
Each serve begins a point. The athlete wins it if:
- The opponent makes a mistake.
- Shuttlecock falls to the ground on the opponent’s field.
One period is scored up to 21 points. The one who, with the score “20-20”, gets a 2 point advantage, becomes the winner and in the next period gets the right to first serve.
At the end of the first period, the athletes switch sides of the court. If necessary, the change of sides takes place after the second period. In the third period, the players switch sides after one of them scores 11 points.
Badminton is permitted to be interrupted and temporarily suspended.Compulsory breaks are announced after the 2nd period and are 2 minutes. In addition, they are possible during each period when one athlete has 11 points on his account.
The referee announces the stop of the game. In this case, the score is saved and the match continues from it.
Rules for Doubles
In a doubles match, the partners of the server and the receiver can be anywhere on the field. The main condition in this case is not to close the review to the one who is serving or trying to beat off the shuttle from the competitor.
The service is performed according to the following rules:
- From the right service field – if this pair of players has zero or an even number of points.
- From the left margin – if the number of points is odd.
The players receive the right to serve in the following order:
- From the first server playing on the right field to the partner of the receiver.
- From the last thrower from the left service court to the partner of the first server.
- To the 1st who accepted.
- To the 1st submitter, etc.
The one of the competing partners who stands diagonally to the opposite field opposite the serving athlete receives the service. The one who served last before his side became the receiving side remains in the part of the field from which he was shooting. At the same time, his partner is in the next field.
Failure to follow the order of delivery or reception of the projectile is considered a violation of the rules of the game. In a new game, any partner of the winning side can serve.
The field change between players occurs after a point has been scored on their own serve.
A point is awarded to a team if it wins the rally by its own service. The right to submit remains with her. If the pitchers make a mistake, the competing team scores a point. The right to serve is transferred to her.
Equipment and inventory
For playing badminton, a special area is equipped – a court. Unlike a tennis court, badminton is usually placed in closed halls.It has a rectangular shape and a regulated size:
- 5.18 mx 13.4 m for a single game.
- 6.10 mx 13.4 m for team play.
Outdoor areas also exist. Their sizes are completely the same.
The surface of the field is marked in a certain way with lines 4 cm wide. The main types of marking are:
- Side and front lines.
- Center, dividing the service area into right and left.
- Service line 1.98 m from the net that defines the service area.
Professional play must be played with a net. It is mounted in the middle of the court at a height of 1.55 m from the floor, a slight sagging is allowed in the middle. There is a ribbon on top of the mesh.
Badminton equipment is simple. These are rackets and shuttlecock.
The very first rackets were made of wood. Today, the materials of manufacture are aluminum, carbon fiber, steel and titanium. The weight of the racket can vary from 70 to 100 g. The maximum dimensions of the racket are 680 mm in length and 230 mm in width.Pros achieve a better grip by winding the racket around the handle.
How to hold the racket correctly
Hold the handle with your hand so that the end is outside, but at the same time does not restrict the movement of the hand, because it will have to work from different positions. In this case, the thumb is located on the left and side diagonally along the handle, between it and the index finger there should be an angle resembling the letter V. The little finger is at the very edge of the handle, the position of the other fingers is arbitrary.
Shuttlecocks are divided into 2 groups:
The first option is optimal for amateur play, as well as for training. It has a head made of cork or synthetic material, and a plastic skirt is attached to it.
Only natural shells are used in the competition. Their cork heads are covered with leather, and 16 goose feathers are attached to it. There are special holes in the head for gluing feathers.After gluing, the feathers are additionally tied with threads. The mass of such a projectile reaches 5 g. The color of the shuttlecock is traditionally white.
Badminton uniform for men consists of shorts and a shirt, for women – a mini skirt and a T-shirt. The classic color of athletes’ clothing for competition is white, but another is allowed, at the discretion of the players. Players enter the court in special badminton sneakers.
Equipment for airsoft – weapons and equipment of an airsoft player
Airsoft in the CIS countries originated in the 90s as a military-sports team game.Rather, it was the hobby of a certain group of people with common interests. The range of interests also included the reconstruction of historical events.
Every year the game gained popularity, and the non-commercial hobby acquired a financial component. Nowadays there are airsoft clubs in almost every major city, and equipment can be rented without any problems.
Choosing the right weapon for airsoft
They say that airsoft is not cheap, but in fact, a beginner will not need so much at first.Before purchasing equipment, it is important to take a closer look at the team so as not to get out of the general environment. The list of necessary accessories includes weapons, equipment, equipment, consumables.
Weapons are the most expensive piece of equipment. The choice of models and manufacturers is amazing.
Before buying a weapon, you need to know at least its types:
- Springs. After each shot, the mainspring is manually cocked, used in shotguns and rifles.
- Gas weapons. Can simulate blowback or non blowback. Gas versions (propane or CO2) are most commonly used in rifles and pistols. Recent developments provide for automatic firing.
- Electro-pneumatic weapons. The most widespread airsoft in the world. The mechanics are based on the work of gears and a piston, the spring is charged by an electric motor. Popularity is due to the ability to conduct automatic fire.
Before you buy a weapon for the first time, you need to play with the rental one, this will help you not to be disappointed after the purchase. Newbies, for example, often want to stand out from the crowd. Such a desire often leads to the choice of a sniper rifle. It is important to understand: the “sniper” range does not exceed other airsoft weapons, its disadvantage is the inability to fire in bursts.
Yes, and snipers do not happen here, the group sometimes includes a “Marksman” – a fighter with a more or less long-range weapon, often tuned.
But it is not worth saving on the purchase – a shotgun or a rifle in the price cluster is an order of magnitude lower, but only after the very first game against opponents with “machine guns” a clear realization of the erroneousness of the choice will come. But reselling weapons is much more difficult.
Equipment and equipment for playing airsoft
They must be taken with the utmost seriousness. Attempting to replace them with construction ones will result in eye injury if hit at close range.Better to take inexpensive, but specialized. It is strictly forbidden to take off airsoft goggles during the game.
When playing in buildings, protection of the lower face is required for safety reasons. An inexpensive option is a mesh mask.
Ankle boots, trekking shoes, military boots are suitable. If you have to play in the forest, then even moving stealthily, there is a risk of injury.
What to say if you have to run, jump, dodge in the heat of battle. It will not be easier in the hall, where the floor is strewn with balls – the probability of slipping is high.
- Airsoft uniform
At first, camouflage will work, but remember that the team can use original equipment modeled for some military unit. In principle, clothes for airsoft will not become an obstacle if you join a team that uses your own style of domestic military.
Not the subject of the first need, although no one has yet canceled the shockproof protection of the head. Also, in addition to the entourage, it has camouflage properties, is indispensable when using a headset and other accessories.
Airsoft helmets can be made as a sports version, replica or original.
- Unloading, unloading vest, tactical vest
This airsoft equipment is used to carry batteries, balls, magazines and other useful little things.
- Gloves, elbow pads, knee pads
There is no need to talk about their meaning, first of all you need to think about health, joint injury is difficult to heal.
- Headset for communication, walkie-talkie
Very useful ammunition for airsoft, you cannot do without communication within the team. You can find inexpensive communication equipment, a headset will make it more convenient.
Depending on the weight, the package can contain up to 3000 ammunition. Consumption depends on the intensity of the fire. On average, about 800 balls are spent on training, up to 2000 balls for a day battle, and you can shoot more for a daily game.
Therefore, in “unloading” it is always necessary to have a reserve, it is a shame to be left without ammunition at the most inopportune moment.
- Spare battery
It makes no sense to say that if the drive (type of weapon) runs out of electricity, you will have to leave the game, leaving your comrades-in-arms in the midst of a battle, or, at least, rush to the camp for a new power source , if any.
- Red armband
Airsoft equipment implies another important accessory that not only beginners forget about – a red armband, you can make it yourself.It means that the fighter is incapacitated.
The red armband is also worn by third-party people – organizers, photographers and others.
Airsoft, first of all, is a game of like-minded people, and this is put at the forefront. Unlike laser tag, where a hit is recorded by sensors, and paintball, where a dye leaves marks, the whole game is based on the honesty of opponents. The player is considered eliminated for a certain time when the ball hits, and the ricochet is not counted.
It is thanks to the openness, cohesion and team spirit that the game attracts up to a thousand participants, unlike commercial laser tag and paintball.
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Getting ready for the big game takes more than tossing a lacrosse stick in the back seat of your car a few minutes before takeoff. Players must develop a comprehensive pre-game program that nourishes their bodies, prepares their equipment and inspires their competitive desires. Pre-game routines tend to be highly personalized, but the same sound preparation principles apply to all players.
Start moisturizing 24-48 hours before playing. Drink mostly water. While sports drinks have their place, your tissues and muscles need to be soaked in water. Sip, do not eat; and drink until your urine is clear.
Check all your equipment, especially your golf club, 24 hours before the game. Adjust your strings and tape as needed. Make a checklist of what you need to take. Pack your bag with all the equipment you need, and when each item fits into the bag, mark it on the list.
Eat a healthy meal the night before the game. Choose foods like pasta and vegetables for long-lasting energy
Get enough sleep the night before the match; at least seven to eight hours.
Eat a healthy breakfast. Protein will become your friend in the field, so eat oatmeal, eggs, or peanut butter on your whole grain bread. Eat an apple or banana in addition to breakfast.
Show on the field 60 to 90 minutes early.Use this time to dynamically warm up, discuss pre-game strategy with your teammates, and get in on the action. If you need to get into a certain mental attitude before playing, use this time to focus inward.
Continue hydrating your body during the match to prevent muscle cramps.
Do not do static stretches before playing as they will tire your muscles.Light aerobic activity prepares your muscles for play.
Exercise equipment – Exercise equipmentChoice of home exercise equipment: yoga blocks, yoga mat, dumbbells, pull-up / pull-up bar, push-up handles and gloves.
Exercise Equipment is any apparatus or device used during physical activity to enhance the strength or conditioning effect of that exercise by providing a fixed or adjustable amount of resistance or otherwise to improve the experience or results of a workout.
Training equipment may also include wearable items such as suitable footwear, gloves and hydration aids.
Trainers for general strength training
A wide range of different types of simulators are available, including:
Free weight training:
- Pre-loaded dumbbells and regular dumbbells
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- Weight Plates: Impact Plates, Steel Plates, Micro Plates
- Weight Trainers
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- Variable Resistance Training:
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- Chain Placement Training: Chains
- Lifting Accessories:
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- Elbow sleeves
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- Grip: gymnastic chalk, gloves (the use of gloves during strength training is controversial. Some believe that gloves improve grip, while others believe that the extra material between the skin and the bar impairs grip.In any case, grip strength needs to be trained to improve performance.)
- Sling shots
- Shoes (specially designed for Olympic weightlifting, squats, deadlifts, overhead presses, etc.)
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- Shoulder straps, capes and sleeves:
Equipment strongman (enforcer)
- Training sleds: sleds, push sleds, tow sleds.
- Farmer’s Handles
- Stones: Atlas Stones, Steel Stones.
- Total Grip Strength: Captains of Crush Grippers, Wrist Rollers, Fat Gripz, Gripping Blocks, Pull Up Balls.
- Power pins, loading pins
- Hammers, crackers, clubs, batons
- Bulgarian Bags
Bodyweight workout, gymnastics and gymnastics equipmenta) TRX Suspension Trainer.b) Jungle Gym XT. c) A pair of gymnastic rings. d) Flying. e) AirFit Trainer Pro
- Parallel Bars (P-Bars): High P-Bars, Low P-Bars
- Pull Up / Diving Belts
- Doorway (use the lever around the door frame)
- Door frame extension (extends to fit between door frame)
- Free-standing boom
- Suspended Training / Trainer:
- TRX Suspension Trainer
- Jungle Gym XT
- AirFit Trainer Pro
- Gymnastic rings
- Weighted vests
- Limb weight: Ankle weight, Wrist weight
- Parallels or push-up handles
- Balls for medicine
- Swiss Balls
- Ropes: skipping ropes, skipping ropes, conditioning ropes.
- Training sled
- Resistance bands
- Sports rings
Instruments for myofascial release and recovery
- Rolling: foam roller, RumbleRoller, foam roller GRID STK
- Balls: lacrosse ball, spikes, dimples, rainbow rollers or peanuts
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