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Hockey Helmet Fitting Guide

Things to consider when purchasing a Hockey Helmet.

Protection: A hockey helmet should fit snug to prevent any shifting and maximize protection. Make sure the chinstrap can be adjusted so it gently makes contact under the chin when fastened. Hockey rules may require that you wear CSA and HECC certified helmets. Check the rules by which you play for the requirements. All CSA and HECC certified helmets have a sticker indicating their certification.

Comfort: You should always look for equipment that feels comfortable. Although most helmets are lined with a protective foam, some helmets will feel better than others. Try on different brands of helmets for fit and comfort.

Fit: With your helmet opened to its largest setting gradually begin to downsize the helmet until a comfortably snug fit is achieved. The helmet should rest on the head so that the rim is one finger width above the eyebrow and making contact with the top of your head.


The following are manufacturer guidelines as to the sizing of their hockey helmets. These are guides only and do not constitute a guarantee as to the fit of the helmet. Please check your size before you order.


Bauer Helmet Sizing Chart
CCM Helmet Sizing Chart
Easton Helmet Sizing Chart
Reebok Helmet Sizing Chart
Mission Helmet Sizing Chart
Bauer Helmet Sizing Chart

CCM Helmet Sizing Chart

Easton Helmet Sizing Chart

Reebok Helmet Sizing Chart

Mission Helmet Sizing Chart

Cascade Helmet Sizing Chart
Cascade Helmet Sizing Chart







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