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Sizing Guidelines: The chest measurement should be taken from just below the arm pits. Match the player's chest size to the shoulder pad that corresponds. Also take into consideration the level of play. Shoulder pads should fit snugly while the vital tips of the shoulder must be properly under the shoulder caps. The bicep pads should not interfere with the player’s elbow pads.
|CCM U+W09 Sizing Chart|
|X-Small||30" - 32"|
|Small||32" - 34"|
|Medium||32" - 36"|
Please Note: This sizing chart is for reference only and may not reflect personal preference.
I bought the Bauer One40 first, because of the price (cheaper) but then I got this from my mom and trust me, this is what every girl wants for a hockey equipment, especially shoulders!Review by PAGA02 (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Not a lot of room for my breastReview by Christina (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I am a tall, slender female (5' 11", 135 lbs) and the medium fits me like a dream! I play on a recreational co-ed indoor roller hockey league. I was using juniors pads prior to finding these beauties! I am NOT built like a man, nor can I wear men's equipment. These fit me really well and over far more protection than my junior counterparts. I am very small busted so I can see where someone who was blessed in this area may feel a bit smooshed. But for me, they are great. Little pricey, but what hockey equipment isn't. Will never have to buy another set of shoulder pads.Review by KountryKat (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I currently own the Bauer One40 women's pads and thought they kind of slid back and irritated my neck, these seemed like a nice upgrade. These were way too bulky. I really wanted to like them but they were uncomfortable and big, the shoulder caps were much smaller than other pads but the arms were a bit restricting and the chest/back plates were very overpaded and bulky! I returned them.Review by Go Wings (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I started playing last year. I ordered the CCM U+ W09 Women's Shoulder Pads but feared I wouldn't get them in time so I got a used pair of men's shoulder pads. I was disappointed in the woman's pad when they came. The men's pads offered far superior protection and were made better. The women's pads just had some foam-like padding. There was very little hard plastic except in he shoulder and they covered less. As a result, I continued to play in the men's pads. I recently bought the new women's Bauer Supreme One.4 Womens Hockey Shoulder Pads. Other than being quite bulky in the shoulders I find the Bauer supreme to be far more protective than the CCM pads.Review by ks871 (Posted on 7/24/2016)
they are amazing at not coming up when playing (unlike male protective pads)Review by hockeyholic (Posted on 7/24/2016)
They don't have very much shoulder protection, so if you are playing any sort of checking hockey, it will hurt a lot more
Great for non check hockey
Rub a little on the arms
They have a lot of bulk around the middle, but little shoulder protection, meaning they make you look weird and aren't very comfortbaleReview by hockeyholic (Posted on 7/24/2016)
Forgot about these if you have a chest! I am a 40D and these things fit like a plate. If you try and snug them around your waist they bunch up at the sides. I normally don't care much about how I look if I am protected, but these look really weird and are very uncomfortable. Don't waste your money.Review by Happycamper (Posted on 7/24/2016)
I am 5'3" tall, 118 lbs, 34 B and a small just barely fits around me. The arms are pretty snug as well. It has a pokey corner just under the armpit that gets me when I move a certain way. I may have to trim it. Otherwise I like it. it is less bulky than the men's XS I was wearing. I can also get a jersey on much easier.Review by Kris (Posted on 7/24/2016)