To determine the correct size glove, measure from your finger tips to the end of your elbow pad (i.e. if this distance measures 13.7”, a 14” glove is the proper size glove). If your fingers touch the end of the glove, it is too small.
How do you measure your hands for hockey gloves?
Start by measuring the distance between the base of your palm and the top of your middle finger. Take that number and double it. This will give you accurate, proper hockey glove sizing. For example, if the measurement is seven inches, you should purchase size 14 hockey gloves.
How do you measure glove size?
To ascertain your glove size: Pass a tape measure around the widest part of your hand – usually over your knuckles, excluding the thumb. The result, in inches, is your glove size – e.g. if your hand measures 7 inches, you are a glove size 7.
What size are 7 gloves?
Medium: 7 – 7½ inches. Large: 7½ – 8 inches. Extra Large: 8 inches and larger. XXL: N/A.
Do hockey gloves stretch out?
Hockey gloves are measured in (usually whole) inches. You should have about ¼” of space in the fingertips, and when you curl your hand into a fist, they shouldn’t stretch out the material connecting the palm to the glove at the tips.
How do I measure my hand for gloves?
Wrap the measuring tape around your palm, just below the knuckles, not including the thumb. Glove size should be measured in inches. Round up to the nearest half inch. For Proper Cloth gloves, we highly recommend purchasing a half inch larger size (e.g. if your hand measures 8.5″, purchase a glove size 9).
How do you measure hockey gear?
Hold your arm and hand outstretched. Measure the distance between the tips of your fingers and the bottom of your elbow pad. A player’s kneecap should fit directly into the center of the kneecap cup of the shin pad. The shin pad should then extend down the full length of the lower leg.
How do you measure for disposable gloves?
Common disposable glove sizes range from extra small to extra large. To measure your hand size, wrap a tape measure around the palm at its widest point. This measurement (in inches) is equivalent to the glove size (e.g., 9” measurement = size 9).