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Buying Lacrosse Shoulder Pads

Neal Goldman, men's lacrosse product manager at Brine, talks about what parents should be looking for in lacrosse shoulder pads for their sons.

Goalie Equipment for Boy's Lacrosse

Neal Goldman, brand manager for men's lacrosse at Brine, talks about the specialized safety equipment needed to protect lacrosse goalies against injury.

Buying Lacrosse Gloves That Fit

Neal Goldman, Brand Manager for Men's Lacrosse at Brine, offers parents advice on buying boy's lacrosse gloves that fit properly.

Concussion Safety in Boys' Lacrosse

Neal Goldman, brand manager for men's lacrosse at Brine, discusses ways to reduce the risk of concussions in boys' lacrosse.

Concussions in Boys' Lacrosse

Neal Goldman, Brand Manager for Men's Lacrosse at Brine, talks about ways to reduce the risk of concussions in boy's lacrosse.

Men's vs. Women's Lacrosse Equipment

Neal Goldman, brand manager for men's lacrosse at Brine, discusses differences in men's and women's lacrosse equipment.

Lacrosse Cleats

Neal Goldman, brand manager for men's lacrosse at Brine, talks about lacrosse cleats and answers the popular question, "Can my son play lacrosse in soccer/football cleats?"

Growing Popularity of Lacrosse

Why is lacrosse becoming such a popular sport? Neal Goldman, brand manager for men's lacrosse at Brine, offers some possible reasons.

Men's Lacrosse Stick Materials

Neal Goldman, men's lacrosse brand manager at Brine, discusses the various types of stick materials, from wood to composite, and offeres advice on which type is best for your son.

Buying Lacrosse Sticks: Wide Head for Beginners, Narrower Head for Elite Players

Neal Goldman, Men's Lacrosse brand manager for Brine, says buying the right lacrosse stick for your child depends on his skill level: the tighter or narrower the face or width of the head the more skilled the player should be; beginners need a wider head to make it easier to catch balls and scoop up grounders.

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