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GENERAL SHOULDER PAD SIZING GUIDELINES
Measure the circumference of your chest roughly 1″ below the armpit using a soft measuring tape, string, or shoelace. Correspond this measurement to the sizing chart and cross-reference your height. Personal preference may come into consideration in case there is an overlap between two shoulder pad sizes. For more coverage, go with the larger size. Choose the smaller size for a lower-profile fit and better responsiveness.
BAUER ELBOW PAD SIZING GUIDELINES
With your arm bent at a 90° angle, measure the length from the back of the elbow to the wrist crease. Correspond your arm measurement to an elbow pad size using the table below. If you are in between two sizes, you can choose to go with the smaller size for a better range of motion and a more snug fit. Going larger will provide you with a little more coverage in protection and more volume in the fit.
GENERAL ICE HOCKEY PANT SIZING GUIDELINES
Measure the circumference of your waist just above the hips. Correspond this measurement to the sizing chart and cross-reference your height. You may overlap between hockey pant sizes, which in this case comes down to personal preference. The smaller size will fit closer to the body while the larger size will offer more volume and coverage.
GENERAL SHIN GUARD SIZING GUIDELINES
Sitting at a 90-degree angle, measure from the bottom of your kneecap to the top of your foot parallel with your ankle. This measurement equals your pad size, which is worn over the skate tongue. This is the most popular style that offers more coverage and is best suited for defensemen and shot-blocking forwards.
If you prefer to wear the shin guard under the skate tongue, simply subtract 1″ from your measurement, which equals going one pad size down. This style provides a lighter, lower-profile, and snug fit that’s suited for the quick and agile player.
BAUER HOCKEY GLOVE SIZING GUIDELINES
Measure the length of your hand from the base of the palm to the tip of the middle finger. Correspond your hand measurement to a glove size using the table below. If you are in-between sizes, round up to the nearest size.