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Pure Hockey carries the best new hockey helmets on the market, in sizes from youth to pro-level. We offer high-quality hockey helmets from the most trusted makers, including Bauer, CCM, and Warrior. Hockey helmets are available without a cage, or as a helmet/cage combination—especially important for young players, for whom cage hockey helmets or helmets with face masks are mandatory. Leagues require certified hockey helmets with HECC stickers, and you’ll find them in this collection. Whatever type you choose, your helmet must fit perfectly, or its protective features will not perform as intended.
Check out our handy guides on how to fit a hockey helmet and how to buy a hockey helmet for everything you'll need to know to make the right purchase. Take your head and your brain seriously: It's worth your health and safety to invest in a high-quality hockey helmet. And our Low-Price Guarantee means you'll get the best value possible. For parents or players who want an outstanding past-season model, we offer helmets and helmet accessories on sale as well.
Hockey helmets in sizes XS–XL range from about $60 for basic models to around $430 for the best hockey helmets you can buy.
You’ll see Bauer, CCM, True and Warrior helmets in the NHL—the same brands you’ll find at Pure Hockey.
Good hockey helmets are the ones that offer you or your child the best protection, including certified models from Bauer, CCM, Warrior, and True.
Yes, hockey helmets expire, but they’re good for 6.5 years from the date of manufacture per HECC certifications.
A well-sized helmet fits snug enough so that it doesn’t shift during play, but not so tightly that it pinches or presses uncomfortably. Helmets are made in sizes XS–XL, regardless of the player’s age. To find the right helmet size, measure your head circumference about ½”–1” above your eyebrows, and then refer to a size chart; see our guidelines on how to fit a hockey helmet.
They’re all a little different, but the installation is always designed to be logical. Search your model and you’re likely to find a video tutorial. One good tip is not to seat any of the screws all the way until you have the visor situated exactly how you want it—then tighten them all down. We offer detailed instructions for attaching visors and cages in our How to Fit a Hockey Helmet guide.
Yes, but you’ll want to select the glasses and the helmet carefully. Choose a sturdy pair of glasses with full-rim frames. Some players prefer sports goggles with shatterproof polycarbonate lenses. Try on helmets while wearing your glasses or goggles to evaluate the fit, and use no-fog spray on the lenses.