A precise hockey glove fit is important to provide ultimate hand protection and a comfortable grip. If you choose a glove that’s too small, you risk exposing your forearm between the cuff of the glove and your elbow pad, as well as potentially allowing your fingers to extend past the protective surface on the top of the glove. This increases the chance of injury if you are hit by a stray puck or slashed at with a stick. If you choose a glove that is too big, the joints in your fingers may not align with the splits in the glove finger stalls that promote flex as you grip the stick.
Start by measuring the distance between the base of your palm and the top of your middle finger, then take that number and double it. This will give you accurate, proper hockey glove sizing. For example, if your measurement is 7”, you should purchase 14” hockey gloves. If you measure 7.5”, look for size 15 hockey gloves. If you are looking for more in-depth advice on selecting hockey gloves, please visit the Hockey Glove Buying Guide or contact our customer support team for personalized guidance.
|Hockey Glove Sizing Chart|
|Age Group||Hockey Glove Size (IN.)||Hand Measurement (IN.)|
|Senior||15"||7.5" - 8.5"|
|Senior||14"||7.0" - 8.0"|
|Intermediate||13"||6.5" - 7.5"|
|Intermediate||12"||6.0" - 7.0"|
|Junior||11"||5.5" - 6.5"|
|Junior||10"||5.0" - 6.0"|
|Youth||9"||4.5" - 5.5"|
|Youth||8"||4.0" - 5.0"|
|Please Note: Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.|
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