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Today’s hockey gloves offer more flexibility, feel, and protection than ever, so you can optimize your game. Pure Hockey carries gloves by the most reputable names in the industry, including Bauer, CCM, TRUE, and Warrior. From youth hockey gloves to adult, we offer options at all price points for any level of play. Discover premium protective materials and performance features in top-tier hockey gloves. For solid protection and flexibility features at a more affordable price, browse our performance-level gloves, perfect for beer leaguers and other rec league players. If you’re a hockey parent shopping for junior and youth hockey gloves, you’ll find the Pure Hockey selection offers features designed to safeguard your child’s hands and help develop their stickhandling skills.
Pro stock hockey gloves come in a variety of fit profiles to accommodate different playing styles and several color schemes to match team colors or to suit your personal preference. From plain white hockey gloves to custom pro-level hockey gloves, find the right pair to fit your game. Check out our Hockey Glove Guide for information and practical advice on choosing the best pair for yourself or your child.
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Measure from the tip of your longest finger to the beginning of your elbow pads. That number, in inches, is your glove size. When you try them on, the gloves should meet your elbow pads, and your fingers shouldn’t hit the ends.
Spritz your gloves with some gear cleaner after wear, and always give them a chance to air out and dry after use. Getting into this habit will go a long way toward keeping them clean and fresh. When necessary, wash your hockey gloves in the washing machine and air dry them.
Practicing and playing in your hockey gloves will break them in eventually. If you want to speed up the break-in process, you can wear your gloves around the house or while you watch TV, closing and opening your hands. Some players pop the head of a garment steamer inside a glove for a few minutes to simulate the warmth and moisture of a hardworking hockey hand, and then put on the gloves once they’re nice and pliable, and open and close the hands.
Always prop them open to dry or put them on a boot and glove dryer after use. You can wash them in the washing machine as necessary, and let them air dry.
Hockey gloves can go in the washing machine, but don’t put them in the dryer or you’ll damage them. Prop them open to air-dry, or put them on a boot and glove dryer.
Depending on the features you want, expect to spend between $65 and $230 for new adult gloves from top makers like Bauer, CCM, Warrior, and TRUE. Youth and junior gloves from the same brands are less expensive, ranging from $35 at the low end to around $180 at the top end.