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Kamazu 10100 Classic Junior Practice Hockey Jersey

Kamazu 10100 Classic Junior Practice Hockey Jersey

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Kamazu 10100 Classic Junior Practice Hockey Jersey

  • 100% Polyester Double Knit
  • Single-Layer Shoulders
  • Cross-Over Interlock Collar

Kamazu Classic 10100 Hockey Jersey Sizing


Kamazu Classic 10100 Hockey Jersey Sizing
Sizing Junior S/M Junior L/XL Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large Goalie
A 19" 22" 23" 25" 27" 29" 31" 32"
B 26" 28" 31" 32" 33" 34" 34" 31"
C 25 1/2" 27 1/2" 29" 30" 32" 34" 34" 33"
Kamazu Classic 10100 Hockey Jersey Sizing
Kamazu 10100 Classic Junior Practice Hockey Jersey
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By Janine from Little Marais, MN on September 28, 2013
What size would you recommend for an 9 year old (about 70 pounds)?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on September 30, 2013

Answer:
He will likely need a Small/Medium, unless he's unusually tall and thin for his age.

By montana from college park, ga on January 29, 2014
we were wondering if we were to wear to wear the jersey just for fashion no pads, should we get junior sizes or senior?
By Customer Service on January 30, 2014

Answer:
It depends on your age and size. For example, someone who is 5'6" of average weight and chest size would likely be able to fit comfortably into a Large/X-Large Junior Jersey without padding. Any larger than that and you will likely be too large for the Jr. Large/X-Large.

At 5'8", Senior Small would likely be the best choice.

At 6' tall , a Senior Small or Medium will likely work well without pads.

Of course, there's no simple way to account for personal fit preferences without trying the jerseys on. Length is one measurement, but since these jerseys are sized to be worn with padding, they have high volume arms and chests, so the fit will almost invariably be loose on an average size person.

By Jessica from Raleigh, NC on February 1, 2014
Would a Small/Medium be way too big for a 40lb 4 year old?
By Customer Service on February 4, 2014

Answer:
It should actually fit him well. It will be a bit large, but certainly manageable.

By Kari from Madison, WI on December 15, 2013
What size would you recommend for a 50 pound 4-year old?
By Customer Service on December 16, 2013

Answer:
Small/Medium would be the correct size for him.

By Sherrard from Pittsburgh, PA on November 20, 2013
can I order custom lettering on this jersey? a name on back and number?


By Customer Service on November 20, 2013

Answer:
Yes, please see our Hockey Jersey Lettering options.

By mary from vancouver canada on November 20, 2013
how about an 80lb child who is around 4'7 tall?
By Customer Service on November 20, 2013

Answer:
Junior Small/Medium would be the best choice.

By mary from canada on November 20, 2013
do i need to order a goalie cut for a 10 year old who is about 75 lbs and 4'6?
By Customer Service on November 20, 2013

Answer:
Senior Medium should work well for him. Goal Cut would certainly be too big for him. Kamazu jerseys are cut relatively large to begin with. so the Senior Medium ought to give him enough room.