Lightest Lacrosse Heads & Shafts

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There are many things lacrosse players look for in their gear: strength, durability, a nice design, good grip, and much more.

One of the most important things for players to consider, however, is weight.

Having a lightweight stick and equipment can help you run faster, cut quicker, and be a more impactful player overall.

To help players find the lightest lacrosse heads and shafts, I scoured the internet looking for the weights of as many products as possible.

Below you'll find the lightest lacrosse heads and shafts for each position. I'll do my best to keep this page updated over time as companies release new heads and shafts.

Before we dive in, I wanted to let you know that I wasn't able to find a weight for every head and shaft on the market today. I tried my best, but there are likely other options that would have made the following lists if I could have found their weight.

If there are any heads or shafts that you think should have made one of the following lists, feel free to leave a comment below.

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Lightest Lacrosse Heads

Below you'll find the lightest lacrosse heads available today. To find the weights of the following heads, I used the manufacturers' websites, online retailers' product listings, and ECD Lacrosse's head reviews (which I highly recommend watching if you want to learn more about a specific head).

All of the heads in the table below are the lightest I could find except the last three. I included these to make sure I included at least one defensive head (2 tied below) and one goalie head

In the third column, you can see what position each head is mainly designed for. 

Head

Weight

Main Type

Warrior Noz 2

4.3 oz

Offense

StringKing Mark 2F

4.37 oz

Faceoff

STX Surgeon 900

4.4 oz

Offense

StringKing Legend Int.

4.5 oz

Ages 10 – 14

StringKing Mark 2A

4.56 oz

Offense (A)

STX Super Power+

4.6 oz

Offense

Epoch Hawk Sequel

4.6 oz

Offense

StringKing Mark 2V

4.7 oz

Offense (M)

True Vektr

4.7 oz

Offense

Maverik Optik 2.0

4.75 oz

Offense (A)

ECD Rebel Offense

4.75 oz

Offense

Maverik Optik 3.0

4.87 oz

Offense (A)

StringKing Mark 2D

5.2 oz*

Defense

STX X20

5.2 oz*

Defense

StringKing Mark 2G

10.9 oz*

Goalie

*Inclusion based on being the lightest defense/goalie head.

>> Want to see my top picks for lacrosse heads? Check out the guides below <<

Lightest Attack Lacrosse Shafts

Below you will find the lightest attack-sized lacrosse shafts that I could find in my research. I mainly used the manufacturers' websites as well as online retailers product listings to find the weights.

As explained above, I wasn't able to find the weight of every shaft on the market, so some that deserve to be in this list may be left out due to a lack of information available.

*Range is based on the shaft you choose which is mainly based on age. Lightest shafts are designed for ages 13 and under.

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Lightest Defense Lacrosse Shafts

Below you will find the lightest defensive lacrosse shafts that I could find in my research. I mainly used the manufacturers' websites as well as online retailers product listings to find the weights.

As explained above, I wasn't able to find the weight of every shaft on the market, so some that deserve to be in this list may be left out due to a lack of information available.

*Range is based on the shaft you choose which is mainly based on age. Lightest shafts are designed for ages 13 and under.

Lightest Goalie Lacrosse Shafts

Below you will find the lightest goalie lacrosse shafts that I could find in my research. I mainly used the manufacturers' websites as well as online retailers product listings to find the weights.

As explained above, I wasn't able to find the weight of every shaft on the market, so some that deserve to be in this list may be left out due to a lack of information available.

*Range is based on the shaft you choose which is mainly based on age. Lightest shafts are designed for ages 13 and under.

Dave

Dave is the founder of Lax Drip. In his 15+ years of playing lacrosse, he always had trouble figuring out which gear to buy without a reliable and trustworthy gear review site—so he created the resource he always wished he had. Dave has played lacrosse at the high school, college, and adult levels and continues to play to this day.

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