Pure Hockey carries the best youth gloves from Bauer and CCM, the same brands you’ll see outfitting NHL greats. We also offer Pure Hockey youth gloves for your tyke league player, complete with Nash palms for durability and highly protective multi-density foam construction.
Buying properly fitting youth gloves is crucial for your kid’s success on the ice. The right-sized gloves help them grasp their stick comfortably and give them a good “feel” for handling the stick while they’re skating. Purchasing a larger size so she or he can grow into them means they’ll be fumbling in bulky gloves, which can be discouraging and frustrating for a younger player.
The Pure Hockey Glove Guide offers all the information you need about the important features to look for when shopping for your child’s hockey gloves. We also have detailed guidelines on how to fit hockey gloves, including specific instructions about buying a perfect-fitting pair. Shop online with confidence and enjoy the most competitive prices on youth ice hockey gloves, thanks to the Pure Hockey Low-Price Guarantee.
What size are youth hockey gloves?
Youth hockey gloves usually range from sizes 7 to 9. Some brands include size 10 as a youth glove.
How do you measure a child for youth hockey gloves?
To measure a child for youth hockey gloves, start at her or his fingertips and measure to the end of the elbow pad, and then round up to the nearest inch. For instance, if this distance measures 7½", then look at a size 8 hockey glove. If your child doesn’t have elbow pads yet, then use the measurement from the base of the middle finger to the inside of the elbow. With properly fitting youth gloves, your child should have a ¼"–½" gap between the end of the fingers and the glove’s tip.
What are the smallest hockey gloves?
The smallest hockey gloves we offer are size 8 youth gloves in Bauer, CCM, and our own PHX brand.