Monday, 31 October 2016

How to Size Gloves

The biggest issue we see today is players not knowing the right size of Ball Hockey Gloves to buy online. Sure we have a FREE return/exchange policy but despite it being easy to do, we know you want your gloves right away. It is easier to check in stores to get the right feel but then we lose our options in variety. When you measure properly, you’ll be able to get the right gloves for you.

You can use a tape measure or a ruler. Same as in ice hockey, what you want to do is measure (in inches) from your elbow to the joint of your middle finger. If you end up at 14.5” or more, then you’ll probably want a 15” glove. You do not want your fingers touching or pushing against the tip of the gloves.
All the Ball Hockey Gloves we sell do follow the same rule:
  • 11", 12", 13", 14", 15"
The one exception is the D-Gel Vibe gloves which you can use this as a reference:
  • Small (12")
  • Medium (13")
  • Large (14")
  • X-Large (15")
We have Knapper Ball Hockey Gloves and D-Gel Ball Hockey Gloves currently available. The Knapper Gloves are listed in 3 categories which you can view our blog that breaks down their characteristics by clicking HERE.

If you would like to know how to size Ball Hockey Shin Pads, CLICK HERE.

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