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Find the best hockey elbow pads for youth to senior-level players in the collection at Pure Hockey. We offer the latest designs as well as time-tested favorites in elbow pads from Bauer, CCM, Warrior, and more. Discover the protective features in the longer elbow pads of today’s game, or rely on traditional, shorter hockey elbow pads if you prefer a more classic fit. For the player ready to level up their gear, browse the CCM Tacks and Jetspeed families as well as the Bauer Vapor and Supreme models. These top-of-the-line hockey elbow pads deliver a streamlined, flexible fit stacked with high-tech protective materials to deflect impacts from pucks, falls, and collisions. Warrior’s Alpha line, noted for its proprietary IMPAX foam, features a WarTech FNC stretch sleeve for elite-level mobility at a mid-level price point. For parents shopping for a child about to step onto the ice in their first tyke league, take a look at our Pure Hockey brand youth hockey elbow pads. We designed these to offer the utmost protection at an affordable price.
For more detailed information about sizing and buying, consult our handy hockey elbow pad buying guide and our guidelines on how to fit hockey elbow pads. Then, purchase from us with confidence knowing you're getting the best price available thanks to the Pure Hockey Low-Price Guarantee. We ship faster than a slap shot and make returns easy.
Hockey elbow pads start at $20 for beginner youth level and increase in price to $150–$160 for elite-level Bauer and CCM models.
You’ll see Bauer, CCM, and Warrior elbow pads in the NHL—the same brands you’ll find at Pure Hockey.
The best hockey elbow pads offer the most protection and mobility you can afford for yourself or your child. Hockey players tend to reach for Bauer Vapor Hyperlite or Supreme Ultrasonic pads and the CCM Tacks AS-V Pro or Jetspeed FT4 Pro. Bauer X elbow pads are excellent as well, as are our PHX Elite youth elbow pads.
To determine the size elbow pads you need for ice hockey, measure the length between the cuff of your glove and the middle of your bicep in inches. Then, refer to our brand-specific size charts to find your size. Make sure your elbow pads fit snug so they don't slip, yet they’re large enough to cover the elbow and to protect more of the forearm and tricep.