While they’re both designed to catch shots, lacrosse goals for practice and game use actually vary quite a bit.
If you’re planning to use the goal in your backyard or out on the
practice field, look for a goal that folds up. Lightweight and portable,
folding goals are not only easy to move into position for different
drills, but are also much easier to store when not in use.
For official game play, we recommend choosing a much more heavy-duty
goal. Goals with thicker steel piping and welded corners are much
heavier than their fold-up counterparts, meaning goalies will be less
likely to move them during games. Plus, their stronger nets can
withstand even faster shots.
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