Hockey Elbow Pad Sizing Guide

Elbow Pads should be snug but comfortable. The elbow should fit into the cup of the pad to allow for maximum mobility. The top of the elbow pad should protect the bicep without restricting movement. The elbow pads should also protect the forearms from slashes without protruding into the glove cuff. Test the range of motion by bending the arm at the elbow, checking for any restrictions. Elbow pads worn too large will result in a noticeable decline in arm flex range due to pad movement during play.

Measurements for Elbow Pads – Measure the length in inches from the middle of the bicep to the cuff of your glove.

Hockey Elbow Pad Sizing Chart
  Elbow Pad Size Mid Bicep to Glove Cuff (in) Height (ft)
Youth Small 7 - 8" 3'3" - 4'1"
Medium 7.5 - 8.5" 3'7" - 4'4"
Large 8 - 9" 3'9" - 4'7"
Junior Small 9 - 10" 4'3" - 4'8"
Medium 10 - 11" 4'7" - 5'1"
Large 11 - 12" 4'11" - 5'4"
Senior Small 12 - 13" 5'5" - 5'9"
Medium 13 - 14" 5'7" - 5'11"
Large 14 - 15" 5'9" - 6'1"
X-Large 15 - 16" 5'11" - 6'3"