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Hot4Lax is an organization that promotes the growth of the game of lacrosse at all levels through leagues, camps, clinic's and private lessons in the summer, fall, winter and spring. Our goal is to serve as the "skill development" program for individual player's and team's in the pre-season, in-season and post-season. We do this through leagues, clinics, private lessons and group training. Our role is to share our passion for the game and compliment regular season team's in southeastern Wisconsin.

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August Store Hours

Rental gear from the Summer is due back by Sunday, August 14th.

Hot4Lax Lacrosse will be open afternoons Tuesday to Friday and Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM.
Please check the website for hour updates. Call us if you are in the area and it is outside of our typical hours. We often are working on site and may be available.

We will typically be open starting at 1:00 PM during the week - Tuesday through Friday.

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 1:00 - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday:1:00 - 6:00 PM
  • Thursday:1:00 - 7:00 PM
  • Friday:1:00 - 6:00 PM
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 PM
  • Sunday:  Closed

Deal of the Day

8/15 - 20 : Bounce backs and lacrosse goals -15% off

Used Equipment sale - 8/16-30
Most equipment will be previously owned equipment that was traded in and rental equipment being decommissioned. All has been sanitized through Sanisport.
Used equipment sale will include :

  • Gloves
  • arm pads
  • shoulder pads
  • helmets
  • gear bags 


Indian Summer Festival

Hot4lax will be partnering with the Indian Summer Festival to host a lacrosse events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 9-11th at the Summerfest Grounds.  All lacrosse participants will gain free admission to the festival. 

Location for all events : US Cellular Stage at the North end of the Summer Fest Grounds.

Friday, September 9th, 2016
Education Day - 9:00 - 2:00 PM - Learn to play clinics for school kids visiting the grounds.
4:00 PM - Open to the public -Free admission. 

Saturday, September 10, 2016

 3 v 3 games  Chumash fields.  The goal crease is 9' in radius with a 9' wide by 30 yard shooting crease.  The goal used is 6' tall by 1' wide. Games will be playedat the US Cellular Stage inside the park.

The tournament has three divisions: 
- Youth U15
- High School
- open (any age)
Gates open at noon. Games played from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm on 9/10
Register as a team (5 player max) for $100
Register individually for $20

Traditional /Honor Game - 4:00 PM North field



Sunday, September 11, 2016 
12:00-2:00 - Fastest Shot

Adult Club games North Field 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm
Girl's Lacrosse clinic - TBD

4:00 -6:00 PM Trash can/Mini Games

 Calling all lacrosse players & fans! 

Indian Summer Lacrosse Players Mark Denning

The Honor Game is a traditional, no pads lacrosse game that is played with a traditionally strung stick (required, sticks will be provided if needed). The game is played in honor of someone each year and serves as a healing game. This year the honor goes to Dylan's Run & promoting Autism awareness.  The honor game is typically played up to a preset number of goals. Goals are scored by hitting a post. Players are asked to bring a "gift" to contribute. This may be in teh form of an item or monetary gift. These gifts will be diplayed and hung from a "giving tree". Players who score goals will select a gift and then choose to keep the gift for one's self, their family or they may honor someone in the audience by presenting them with the gift.  

Call 262-717-9996 or email 

Click Here to Register Online

Rental Equipment through Hot4Lax

The perogative for many parents new to lacrosse is whether to rent or to buy. The Hot4lax rental program allows parents to enroll their children in a program and try the game to see if they like it at a fraction of the cost.
Lacrosse equipment can be rented by players for clinics, camps, league play and by the season. Hot4Lax has a broad array of sizes and styles of lacrosse equipment for boy's and girl's including gloves, arm pads, rib pads, shoulder pads, helmets for boy's and goggles and sticks for girl's..
When equipment is rented, each borrower will be required to provide payment for the rental of the equipment and a security deposit in leau of the equipment not being returned on the due date. The rental equipment will be due at the end of each season rented(fall, winter, spring or summer) unless arrangements have been made to rollover the equipment to the next season. Equipment can be rented for consecutive seasons. A new rental payment is due at the time of renewal.
There are no refunds of rented equipment.

Seasonal rates

  • Gloves - $15
  • Arm pads - $15
  • Shoulder pads - $15
  • Rib pads - $10
  • Helmet - $35/45/55
  • Full set of equipment (helmet, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads) receives a $5 savings
  • Goggles - $20

Sticks are available for $20. However, we do have a vast supply of starter sticks to more experienced players. 

2016 Return Dates
Fall - October 30th
Winter - March 1st
Spring - June 14th - Deposits were run on July 2.
Summer - August 14th

Equipment not returned by the above dates will have the security deposit applied to the equipment.
Equipment returned after that date will be assessed a $25 restocking fee with a rollover rental fee. A rollover fee is rental for the next peiod.

Rental equipment can be purchased
Rental gear for the all Programs will be available at our store in Waukesha during regular business hours weekdays and weekends. Check store hours for availabillity.

Thank you for your patronage.

When do I replace my stick?

Attention all Lacrosse players and parents! 
There have been some rule chnges that will be effecting players of all levels this year. Regarding the boys youth and high school game, the biggest rules change equipment wise has been the elimination of the U or V shooting string.
NFHS and US Lacrosse rules effective in spring 2016 require that no stick have any shooting strings below 4" from the top of the head.
This means if your stick has been strung with the shooting strings below 4", they need to be removed and replaced at the appropriate level. Hot4Lax will be glad to assist you.
Bring in the sticks and our stringers will help replace them. If the mesh has been well used, we can restring it for you as well.

When do I replace a head?
We are often asked this question. This really depends on what kind of head you have and what level of player someone is.
If the head has become very soft, pliable and well used, the plastic may have broken down. A lacrosse stick is similar to a tennis racquet. Sometimes the racquet needs to be restrung. When a players size, position and abilities change, you may need to update and change your racquet.

When to change your stick head or shaft?

  • When your ability changes - moving from beginner to intermediate
  • When your position changes or becomes more specialized - move to attack or defense
  • When the stick is cracked, cambered - it is illegal to play with a cracked or broken stick 
  • When the head is warped from face offs and a ball will not come out of the pocket - tilt the stick 90 degrees
  • When the stick handle/shaft is bent, cambered, kinked or dented.
  • When a player moves up an age group and needs a stick that needs to 40-42"
  • When the head is like rubber and can be bent backwards with one hand, it becomes a dog toy launcher.
Old sticks and equipment are being accepted at the donation bins at Hot4Lax for new start programs. If you donate a stick or equipment, you can get a free gift.