What is the Proper Fit For Shin Pads?

- A player's kneecap should fit directly into the center of the kneecap cup (or donut area) of the shin pad.

- The shin pad should then extend down the full length of the lower leg. (to the top of the ankle bone) 

- It's important to make sure the shin pad isn't too long.

- If so, the skate would push it up out of position.

 

Shin Pad Size:
Yth. 7"
Yth. 8"
Yth. 9"
Jr. 10"
Jr. 11"
Jr. 12"
Sr. 13"
Sr. 14"
Sr. 15"
Sr. 16"
Sr. 17"
Age:
4 - 7
5 - 8
6 - 9
8 - 11
9 - 12
11 - 14
14 - +
14 - +
15 - +
15 - +
15 - +
Weight:
40 - 60
45 - 65
50 - 70
60 - 90
70 - 100
80 - 110
120 - 160
140 - 180
160 - 200
180 - 220
180 - 220
Height:
3'3" - 4'1"
3'7" - 4'4"
3'9" - 4'7"
4'3" - 4'8"
4'7" - 5'
4'11" - 5'4"
5'5" - 5'9"
5'7" - 5'11"
5'9" - 6'1"
5'11 - 6'3"
6'1" - +
Length:
6 - 7
7 - 8
8 - 9
9 - 11
10 - 11
10 - 12
12 - 13
13 - 14
14 - 15
15 - 16
16 - 17

Choose from Manufactures:
Bauer
   -   CCM   -   Easton   -   Reebok   -   Warrior   -   Prostar

For more information on how to size Shin Pads and to ensure the proper fit of your shin pads please feel free to contact our customer service at 1.800.828.7496 or watch the video below.

 

How to size Hockey Shin Pads - Hockey Equipment