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Step into the rink ready for battle wearing an ice hockey girdle designed to offer ultimate protection for your core. From rough slashes to the unforgiving boards, hockey comes with plenty of potentially painful hazards. Shield your lower spine, kidneys, hips, groin, and thighs from hard-hitting impacts wearing a rugged hockey girdle.
An ice hockey girdle offers a snug fit via compression materials and a streamlined construction. Made to hug your lower body, a girdle offers added support to vulnerable areas. Bauer, CCM, and other top hockey manufacturers engineer girdles with HD foams and PE plastic caps that absorb and diffuse painful impacts. And most ice hockey girdles are engineered to support proper skating posture, ideal for the hockey beginner or casual player.
Whether you’re a Pee Wee or a pro hockey player, quality protective gear is essential to your kit. We carry junior ice hockey girdles made with moisture-wicking liners to reduce odor and bacteria from building up after hours of play, and plenty of padding to safeguard young players. Senior ice hockey girdles offer full-coverage protection with floating kidney and spine guards that adjust to move with your body.
Consult our hockey girdle and pants buying guide for a full crash course on all things core protection. Browse our selection of robust hockey girdles available at the most competitive prices, thanks to our Low-Price Guarantee.
The difference between hockey pants and girdles lies in the fit. Hockey pants feature a loose construction while hockey girdles offer a snug fit. A hockey girdle also requires a hockey pant shell to wear over the contoured padding.
Both hockey pants and girdles are a winning choice and offer the same amount of protection, making them equally effective. Hockey pants are better for the player who prefers loose-fitting gear. A hockey girdle makes a better choice for the player who enjoys the feel of snug protective equipment.
A hockey girdle should have a snug fit that hugs the lower back, waist, and thighs.
You need a hockey girdle in the same size as your jeans or dress pants size. If you prefer more wiggle room in your girdle, go up a size. Consult the Pure Hockey pants and girdle fitting guide for expert sizing tips.
Hockey girdles cost between $80 and $190.