Softwalls vs Laxworx Hardwall Rebounder

Softwall

Softwalls

  • Ideal angle for natural play
  • Can be moved around easily
  • Convenient and easy to set up in backyard
  • Consistent rebound
  • Not good conservation of energy
  • Bad weathering materials
  • Plays too slow
  • Not good for developing fast reflexes
  • Too much loss of energy to play long distance
  • Flat wall with no sweet spot

Hardwall Rebounder

Laxworx Hardwall Rebounder

  • Extremely good conservation of energy
  • Made from extremely weather proof materials
  • Plays very fast
  • Great for developing fast reflexes
  • Ideal angle for natural play
  • Can be moved around easily
  • Convenient and easy to set up in backyard
  • Consistent rebound
  • Long ball capable
  • Arc wall kind rebound with a large sweet spot

Hard Wall vs Soft Wall

Hard Wall vs Soft Wall

We Took the Best and Left the Rest

Laxworx is the result of a quest to build the ultimate lacrosse rebound wall. Most wall ball that has been played prior to the LAXWORX hardwall rebounder was either played on soft rebound walls or on brick/cement walls, such as the side of a building. Each had its advantages and disadvantages.

The soft wall rebounders that flooded the market, featured a playing surface that was on an angle, this meant that the player did not have to throw the ball awkwardly high at the playing surface and it offered much more natural throwing of the ball for the player. These soft walls were also easy to purchase and to keep in a person’s back yard, which was convenient. But these soft rebounders lost much of the energy of the thrown ball and were very slow and short on the rebounded ball. Soft walls were not a very good mimic of real lacrosse play either.