Senior Hockey Gloves
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- True Catalyst 9X3 Senior Hockey Gloves by True$209.99
- Warrior LX2 Senior Hockey Gloves by Warrior$159.99
- Warrior LX2 Comp Senior Hockey Gloves by Warrior$79.99
- Warrior Super Novium Senior Hockey Gloves by Warrior$169.99
- Warrior Covert QR5 Pro Senior Hockey Gloves by Warrior$219.99
- Warrior Covert Pro Custom Hockey Gloves by Warrior$219.99
- Warrior Covert QRE 20 Pro Senior Hockey Gloves by Warrior$119.98 Original Price $149.99 You Save 20%
- Warrior LX2 Pro Senior Hockey Gloves by Warrior$219.99
- True Catalyst 5X3 Senior Hockey Gloves by True$119.99
- Warrior Alpha LX Pro Junior Hockey Gloves by Warrior$139.98 Original Price $159.99 You Save 13%
- Tour Code 1 Senior Hockey Gloves - '21 Model by Tour$99.99
- True Catalyst 7X3 Senior Hockey Gloves by True$159.99
- Sherwood Rekker Legend 1 Pro Stock Senior Hockey Gloves by SherWood$125.99 Original Price $179.99 You Save 30%
- Warrior Alpha DX SE Dallas Stars Blackout Senior Hockey Gloves by WarriorOut of stock
- Sherwood HOF 5030 Pro Senior Hockey Gloves by SherWoodOut of stock
Learn about Senior Hockey Gloves
Senior hockey gloves are designed for adult players seeking the perfect blend of protection and flexibility. They are engineered with robust materials like synthetic leather and dense foam padding to withstand the rigors of the game while offering an ergonomic fit. The contours of senior hockey gloves are crafted to accommodate the larger hand size of adult players, ensuring a snug yet comfortable fit that enhances grip and maneuverability. With a variety of styles and protection levels, senior hockey gloves cater to a range of playing styles and personal preferences, making them a crucial piece of equipment for any serious hockey enthusiast.
Finding the Right Senior Hockey Gloves for You
Selecting the appropriate size of senior hockey gloves is paramount to ensure optimal performance and safety. It's advisable to measure the distance from the base of your palm to the tip of your middle finger, and the circumference around your knuckles excluding the thumb. The measurements in inches will correspond to the glove size. For a more relaxed fit, consider going up a size. Brands may vary slightly in sizing, so it’s wise to refer to individual brand size charts or try on different gloves in-store to find the perfect fit for your hands. For more information on how to choose hockey gloves, check our Hockey Glove Buying Guide.
Senior Hockey Gloves Size Chart
|Senior Hockey Gloves Size Chart|
|Glove Size||Age||Player Weight||Player Height|
|12"||11 - 14||80 - 110 lbs.||4'11" - 5'4"|
|13"||14+||120 - 160 lbs.||5'5" - 5'9"|
|14"||14+||140 - 180 lbs.||5'7" - 5'11"|
|15"||15+||160 - 200 lbs.||5'9" - 6'1"|
Senior Hockey Gloves FAQ
What materials are senior hockey gloves made from?
Senior hockey gloves are typically made from a combination of synthetic leather and nylon. The exterior is designed to resist wear and tear, while the interior is lined with foam padding for cushioning and protection. High-end models may also incorporate features like shock-absorbing gel pads and moisture-wicking linings to provide additional comfort and protection.
How do I clean and maintain my senior hockey gloves?
Proper maintenance is essential to extend the lifespan of your gloves. It’s advisable to air them out after each use to prevent the buildup of bacteria and odor. For a deeper clean, you can use a mild detergent and warm water to gently clean the exterior, and then allow them to air dry completely. Some gloves are machine washable, but always check the care instructions provided by the manufacturer.
What are the different fits available in senior hockey gloves?
Senior hockey gloves come in various fits including traditional, tapered, and anatomical, each offering a different level of snugness and mobility. Understanding the distinctions between these fits can help in selecting a pair that complements your playing style and hand shape.
How often should I replace my senior hockey gloves?
The frequency of replacement largely depends on the level of play and the wear and tear on the gloves. Competitive players may find the need to replace their gloves more frequently, possibly every season, due to the rigorous demands of the game. Recreational players might find their gloves lasting several seasons. Regular inspection for signs of wear such as holes, weakened stitching, or reduced padding is advisable to ensure your gloves continue to provide the necessary protection.
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