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Shop Pure Hockey for inline hockey girdles and dominate the roller rink confident in your lower body protection. Inline hockey girdles shield the lower spine, tailbone, kidneys, hips, and thighs to help prevent game-ending injuries.
Made with lightweight foams, an inline girdle dulls collisions by absorbing impact and dispersing force away from the point of contact. The ventilated construction allows for maximum airflow to keep you cool no matter how hard you’re working in the rink. Mission hockey girdles feature segmented and perforated padding around the thighs, tailbone, and hips for added protection. Designed for flexibility, Tour hockey girdles feature proprietary Tri-Flex ultra-stretch material.
Whether your child is new to roller hockey or you’ve been an inline fiend your entire life, a girdle is essential for players of all ages and experience levels. A youth inline girdle offers protection to your young player’s developing core. Junior inline hockey girdles feature moisture-wicking liners to keep players cool and prevent the buildup of odor-causing bacteria. Explore senior inline hockey girdles designed for pros and weekend warriors alike.
Consult our inline girdle buying guide for a brief crash course on core protection essential to street hockey players. Choose the inline hockey girdle that suits your needs at the lowest possible price, thanks to our Low-Price Guarantee.
The difference between an ice and an inline girdle is the level of padding. Ice hockey girdles feature more padding than inline girdles. An ice hockey player needs more HD foams and plastic inserts in a girdle to shield their core from high-speed collisions and heavy flying pucks. Inline hockey girdles come with lightweight padding in an abrasion-resistant package optimal for asphalt and tile.
We don’t recommend it. An inline hockey girdle features abrasion-resistant materials essential for roller hockey. An ice hockey girdle isn’t designed to handle the wear and tear that results from playing on asphalt.
Your hockey girdle size is the same as your jeans or dress pants size. If you aren’t sure which size to choose, measure your waist in inches. This number will equal your hockey girdle size. Check out our hockey pants and girdle fitting guide for more information on sizing.
An inline hockey girdle costs between $40 and $80.