NMLA Equipment Guidelines

Updated Saturday March 11, 2017 by NMLA.

Runners
 
Mouth Guard: Mandatory 
 
Face Mask: The mask must be CSA approved for ice hockey or a NOCSAE approved Calcoat mask. Model #411sr or #414Jr. All masks MUST be approved for helmet model that it is mounted on. 
 
Arm Pads: Light weight, hard plastic that offers protection for the whole arm, while allowing full range of motion of the arm at the elbow. 
 
Lacrosse Stick: Stick Length Peewee and down: 34"-46", Bantam +: 40"-46" 
 
Gloves: Box lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection and flexibility. Short cuff hockey gloves can be used, but they don't offer the same grip or flexibility. 
 
Helmet: All helmets MUST be CSA approved for ice hockey. The helmets must have a chin strap and cannot be altered from the manufactured form. Also NOCSAE approved field lacrosse helmet. 
 
Back & Kidney Pads: A one piece light weight plastic pad which offers protection for the back and kidney area. 
 
Shoulder Pads: One piece pad made of flexible durable material when fit properly offers protection for upper body and shoulders. 
 
Athletic Support and Cup: (Jack or Jill) 
 
Shoes: Suitable basketball or court type running shoes for box and suitable cleats for field. 
 
 
Box Goaltender Equipment Guidelines 
 
Mouth Guard: Mandatory 
 
Helmet: All Helmets MUST be CSA approved for ice hockey or NOCSAE approved. The helmet must have a chin strap and cannot be altered from the manufactured form. The Cascade Helmet is approved in Ontario (Goaltenders ONLY) 
 
Upper Body Goalie Protector: Floating shoulders for full range of motion, protection for shoulders, biceps, and forearms. Hard fiber arm guards for maximum protection. 
 
Goalie Pants: Snug fitting with waist and thigh protection. 
 
Goalie Leg Pads / Irons: Made of hard plastic allows for full range of motion, straps to legs and covers the ankle and the top of the feet. Athletic Support and Cup: (Jock or Jill) 
 
Face Mask: This must be CSA approved for ice hockey or a NOCSAE approved mask. Model #411Sr. Or #414 Jr. All masks MUST be approved for helmet model that it is mounted on. 
 
Throat Guard: Made of hard plastic, attaches to goalie face shield, protects throat and neck. 
 
Gloves: Box lacrosse gloves offer excellent protection and flexibility. Hockey gloves can be used, but they don't offer the same grip or flexibility. 
http://ontariolacrosse.com/content/Goaltender%20Equipment%20Exemption%20Request.pdf

Technical Bulletin 14-03 UA Facemask-e.pdf