WARRIOR ALPHA BLACK SENIOR GIRDLE & GIRDLE SHELL. CHOOSE YOUR SIZE - SIZES AVAILABLE. NEED HELP CHOOSING WHAT SIZE WARRIOR HOCKEY GIRDLE & GIRDLE SHELL YOU SHOULD WEAR? NO PROBLEM, WE HAVE A WARRIOR SIZING CHART TO HELP YOU DECIDE WHAT SIZE PANTS WOULD BE BEST FOR YOU OR YOUR CHILD. FOR THE WARRIOR HOCKEY PANTS SIZING CHART PLEASE SEE THE LAST PHOTO ABOVE.(SEE BELOW - AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS LISTING TO SEE HOW WARRIOR HOCKEY PANTS SHOULD FIT WHEN WEARING THEM). DO YOU NEED A DIFFERENT SIZE OR STYLE HOCKEY GIRDLE & SHELL?
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Since girdles are tighter, they'll be shorter than pants so they don't interfere with your shin guards. When you stand upright in hockey pants, the bottom of the pants should fall somewhere about a third to halfway down the kneecap of your shin guard. This slight overlap will ensure that you are fully covered when in stride. When your leg is bent, the pants are going to cover down to the top of your shin pads, again for the purpose of keeping you fully protected.With a girdle, there is less movement in stride since it is tighter to the leg. There isn't enough room to overlap with the shin guard. For these reasons, the girdle will need to fit slightly shorter. Without that extra play to fall over the shin guard, it becomes more important to be sure that the two pieces of gear are not interfering or displacing one another. If purchasing a girdle, you'll also need a. Think of the girdle as your inner liner and padding and the shell as your pants. The bottom of the pants should arrive on the kneecap or just a little bit higher. Try them with your shoulder pads on. There should not be any space, or very little space in between them at the back when standing.
It's okay if they overlap a little bit, as you will be bent forward when you skate. IN SHORT - HOCKEY PANTS, GIRDLES, & GIRDLE SHELLS FITTING GUIDE. Hockey pants protect the butt, spine, hips, waist, kidneys, and thighs from falls, hits, and pucks. The pants should not rotate or slip down when tightened.
The bottom of the pants should touch the top of the player's shin guards. It is important to get your child a properly fitted pair of pants to ensure that they are not sagging down or too small, which would leave the bottom of the thigh exposed to injury.
Pants should be fitted with shin pads in place to ensure the length of the pant reaches the top of the kneecap and covers approximately 2 of the shin pad's top flair padding. It is also important to make sure that leg and kidney pads cover those areas adequately.
Pants should not be cut for any reason.