|Sock Size||Shin Guard||Player Height|
|20″||7″ – 9″||3’3″ – 4’7″|
|24″||10″ – 12″||4’3″ – 5’4″|
|28″||13″ – 14″||5’5″ – 5’11”|
|30″||15″ – 17″||5’9″ – 6’5″|
- 1 What are ice hockey socks?
- 2 How do you shrink hockey socks?
- 3 Are hockey socks necessary?
- 4 What kind of socks do NHL players wear?
- 5 Do NHL players wear knit socks?
- 6 How high do hockey socks go?
- 7 Can you tumble dry hockey socks?
- 8 How do I make my socks shorter?
- 9 How do I find the right size socks?
- 10 Should I size up or down for socks?
- 11 What does one size mean in socks?
What are ice hockey socks?
Hockey socks are ankle-to-thigh garments worn over protective gear by ice hockey players. They are form-fitting, and traditionally made of a cotton or synthetic rib-knit fabric.
How do you shrink hockey socks?
Shrinking Socks by Drying. Soak your socks. Getting your socks wet with warm or hot water before putting them in the dryer will help them react to the heat better and shrink more, faster! Set the dryer to the hottest setting for cotton or polyester socks.
Are hockey socks necessary?
Hockey socks are an essential piece of gear that you need to play hockey because they help hold your shin pads in place. They also form a distinguishing part of a hockey team’s uniform.
What kind of socks do NHL players wear?
For players that are playing full contact hockey or are concerned about safety, cut-proof skate socks, like the Bauer Elite Performance or the Bauer NG Elite socks, are available and are recommended.
Do NHL players wear knit socks?
Almost since the advent of the sport, knit hockey socks have been a mainstay of the ice hockey uniform. But they probably won’t disappear entirely any time soon as many people change teams or lose their socks before the they wear out and thus don’t care much for durability.
How high do hockey socks go?
Your hockey socks go over your shin pads and attach to your garter belt. 6. Put on your skates and tie them very tight without cutting off circulation to your feet. The bottom of your knee pad should come just to the tongue of your skate.
Can you tumble dry hockey socks?
Drying your hockey equipment: The jock, socks, jersey and neck-guard can go into the dryer on low heat, but the rest should air-dry.
How do I make my socks shorter?
When you get to your toes, you take the extra part of the sock that’s dangling, and wrap it down UNDER your foot. Then hook it behind your heel. If you do it right, you end up with part of the sock covering just the front half of your foot. The rest is hidden under your foot, and hooked on your heel.
How do I find the right size socks?
In the US, a numerical sock size is essentially how long your foot is in inches. This means that a sock size labeled 9-11 is often not a shoe size, but rather how long your foot is in inches. For example, a women’s size 7 shoe is about 9 5/16 inches, so it would fit that size sock no problem.
Should I size up or down for socks?
From heel to toe, your socks should be about one inch shorter than the length of your foot. But of course, not everybody fits perfectly in the available sizes. If you’re somewhere in between, we recommend going up to a bigger size.
What does one size mean in socks?
OS (One Size) means the product is only available in One Size from the supplier.