Lacrosse has become an increasingly popular sport. Since it's such a fast-paced game, you need to be able to carry your equipment easily and efficiently. That's why a lacrosse backpack is ideal for transporting all of your gear from one place to another. You want something that can hold everything you need during practice or a game without being too heavy or bulky. But not all lacrosse backpacks are created equal! So here are some things to consider when buying the best lacrosse backpack:

Weigh The Price Versus The Quality

The first thing to consider when buying a lacrosse backpack is the quality of the product. It's not enough to choose a bag that meets your needs on paper and looks pretty; you need it to be durable, so it will last you through countless games and practices.

A cheap, poorly made backpack might seem like a good deal at first glance—after all, the higher price tag on some bags can make them seem unnecessarily expensive—but think about how many times you'll use this thing over the course of its lifetime. You want something that will hold up under constant use while still looking nice; an expensive bag is worth paying for if it means that your gear won't tear or fall apart after just one season.

The other thing to consider is what type of gear you're carrying around in them: Are they light? Heavy? Will they fit comfortably around your shoulders without weighing too much or feeling like dead weight? When considering these factors about yourself as well as others who might use the backpack with their equipment inside (if there are other players on your team) keep in mind whether their needs align with yours—it may be better overall if everyone has their own personal bag rather than sharing one large one between all players!

Weight 

The weight of your lacrosse backpack will be one of the most important considerations you make when buying one. If you are going to use your lacrosse bag as a carry-on while flying, it needs to be light enough so that it does not weigh down your travel bag.

If you are using it for school or practice, then there is no reason why a heavier bag would not work well for you either. The problem with these bags is that they don't have wheels on them or any support and they tend to be bulky, making them harder to carry around with less than 50 pounds worth of equipment inside them, especially if they're loaded with books too!

You want something between 30lbs and 50lbs depending on how much gear (and hopefully books) will fit into it comfortably without having any problems maneuvering through crowds or getting onto buses/trains without feeling weighed down by all those extra pounds hanging off your shoulders.

 Material

The material of your lacrosse backpack is one of the most important things to consider. There are two main types of materials: canvas and nylon. Canvas is less expensive than nylon, but it's not as durable. Nylon is more durable than canvas but tends to be heavier and less breathable than canvas backpacks. Both nylons and canvases are water resistant, although some brands claim that their nylons have even greater waterproofing capabilities than their canvases (though this hasn't been verified).

Canvases often come with a cotton lining that can help maintain an even temperature inside the bag, so you don't feel like you're in an oven or freezer when your clothes are packed tightly together inside it—but if you're looking for something lighter weight and more comfortable on longer hikes (or if you plan on wearing your backpack while playing), then nylon would be preferable because its stretchy nature allows it to conform better against your body without constricting any particular parts too much.