The New Balance Lacrosse Cleats LX 3.0 shoes are among the newest cleats on the market and are made specifically for lacrosse players.
We like the most about these New Balance Lacrosse Cleats LX 3.0 is the amount of traction they provide.
Features New Balance Lacrosse Cleats LX 3.0
Aside from the stand spikes on the bottom footplate, they’re also shoes on the outside angled outwards that assist with lateral cuts.
Aside from that, the New Balance Lacrosse Cleats LX 3.0 are built with very breathable materials throughout to keep your feet dry.
They also have a hybrid tongue designed to keep your ankle in one place no matter which way you move.
One issue that has consistently come up in online reviews is that eyelets ripping simply. While I never experienced this with my pair of New Balance LX 3.0 Lacrosse Cleats, it is something to watch out for.
If you prefer a mid-cut lacrosse shoe, the New Balance Lacrosse Cleats LX 3.0 is a solid choice to consider.
They’re one of the most well-known pairs of shoes for lacrosse – and good reason.
- Synthetic, mesh material
- TPR Outsole
- Lacrosse-specific plate designed
- Fit Weave
- TPR outsole provides superior traction
- Knit Upper
- Knit upper with no-sew overlays for a secure, snug fit and lightweight durability
- Bootie Construction
- Hybrid tongue to lock ankle area in place for additional support via demanding cuts
- QUIX Outsole
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What I like
- The hybrid tongue gives extra ankle support
- Cleats designed for lacrosse movement
- Variety of color options
- Very breathable
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What I don’t like
- A bit bulkier than other models
- Some issues with eyelet tearing
Overall, I like New Balance Lacrosse Cleats LX 3.0. It provides sung fit, very light to wear. Though some complaints about the eyelet tearing, I still recommend it to anyone looking to buy lightweight and durable lacrosse cleats.