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Learn about Intermediate Hockey Gloves

Intermediate hockey gloves bridge the gap between junior and adult sizes, catering to players typically aged 10-13. These gloves offer advanced features like improved protection, durability, and comfort. The sizing of intermediate gloves is crucial for proper hand movement and protection. Key considerations include material quality, padding, flexibility, and brand reputation.

How to Choose Intermediate Hockey Gloves

Typically, these glove sizes range from 12” to 14”, depending on the player’s age, weight, and height. Selecting the right size is paramount for both safety and performance. Measure the distance from the base of the palm to the tip of the middle finger, then double this number to find the glove size. For example, a seven-inch measurement indicates a 14” glove. Ensure the glove fits snugly but allows for full hand movement, with about a quarter-inch space at the fingertips. 

Intermediate Hockey Gloves Size Chart

Intermediate Hockey Gloves Size Chart
Glove SizeAgePlayer WeightPlayer Height
12"11 - 1480 - 110 lbs.4'11" - 5'4"
13"14+120 - 160 lbs.5'5" - 5'9"

Intermediate Hockey Gloves FAQs

What are the key features to look for in intermediate hockey gloves?

Look for gloves with multi-density foam and plastic inserts for protection, durable nylon shells, and high-quality leather palms. Ensure the glove provides adequate wrist mobility while maintaining protection for whatever the game might throw at you.

How do I maintain and care for hockey gloves?

To maintain the gloves, clean them regularly in a washing machine with mild detergent and air dry. Avoid bleach and do not use a dryer. For repairs, most hockey shops offer patching services for worn palms.

Is there a difference in glove durability based on playing position?

Yes, durability demands can vary based on playing position. Defense players, facing frequent blocking and stick checks, might prefer gloves with extra reinforcement in high-wear areas like the palm and fingertips. Forward players may opt for lighter gloves for better agility and control. Regardless of position, look for gloves with high-quality materials and reinforced stitching to ensure longevity.

How do I know if my hockey gloves fit correctly?

The gloves should allow for about a ¼” space in the fingertips and align well with the wrist and knuckles. They should not restrict movement or stretch the material too much when making a fist.

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