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We carry an impressive selection of hockey gloves for athletes at all levels of play. From beginner to elite and from kids to adults–you name it, we probably have it. After all, you’ve got to protect your hands!
Our gloves are made by some of the most reputable names in the industry: Bauer, CCM, TRUE, Warrior, and many more. We offer gloves at all price points for any level of play. Elite-level gloves are the most durable and offer the premium protection and performance you’d expect against pucks, slashes, and unforeseen impacts. More affordable performance-level gloves deliver the basic protection you need at a lower price point. And junior gloves and youth hockey gloves offer features designed to safeguard even the youngest player's fingers, backhands, palms, and wrists, all game long.
Hockey gloves come in a variety of fit profiles to suit a multitude of playing styles. Check out our Hockey Glove Guide for a fistful of information and practical advice. Shop online with confidence and enjoy the most competitive prices on hockey gloves, thanks to the Pure Hockey Low-Price Guarantee. Get your hands on just the pair you want—and if they don't fit the way you expect, we make it easy for you to send them back. That deserves a high-five!
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, you can wash your hockey gloves in the washing machine and air-dry them.
Practicing and playing in them should do the trick.If you want to speed things up, you can wear them around the house or while you watch TV, closing and opening your hands. Some people 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, then put on the glove once it’s nice and pliable, and open and close their hand.
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. Prop them open to air-dry, or put them on a boot and glove dryer.
A lot of adult players replace their gloves about every 5 years. The limiting factor is usually the palms: Higher quality gloves have higher quality, more durable palms, while entry-level gloves have less durable palms. Protecting your hockey glove palms with good hygiene and the right grip tape will extend the life of the palm.
You can do a lot for your hockey glove palms: Get an antibacterial gear spray, and make it a habit to spritz your gloves every time after you play. As soon as possible after use, prop your gloves open to air out and dry. Finally, find a grip tape that provides the performance you want without unduly wearing the palms.
Expect to spend between $60 and $200, depending on the performance and features you want, for new adult gloves from top makers. Youth and junior gloves from the same makers are less expensive, ranging from $30 at the low end to around $150 at the top end.