Athletic Supporter w/cup:
Elastic waist band with pouch for plastic cup worn for protection of the groin.
Hockey Elbow Pads:
Necessary and approved equipment that when properly fitted protects the elbow, forearm and lower bicep/tricep from contact that may occur during the sport of hockey.
Hockey Face Masks:
A traditional mask that is made from metal bars that is used to protect the face.
A full or half face shield made of shatterproof clear plastic that is used to protect the face and eyes.
Necessary and approved piece of equipment that protects the head from contact that may occur during the sport of hockey.
Ice Hockey Gloves:
Necessary and approved equipment that when properly fitted protects the hand, fingers, wrist and forearm(except short gloves) from slashes and other contact.
Ice Hockey Stick:
Right or Left?... When the player is holding the stick, whichever hand is at the bottom of the shaft will determine right or left.
What hand will the player hold the goal stick in?... If the goal stick is held in the right hand, you will need a "left". If the goal stick is held in the left hand, you will need a "right".
Hockey Equipment Accessories Garter Belts:
Elastic belt that wraps around the waist and provides attachments to hold up hockey socks.
Large sock that fits over the top of the shin pad and keeps it protected from the outside elements and helps hold pads in place.
Ice Hockey Jersey:
Keeps the upper body equipment from becoming exposed to outside elements and keeps equipment in place.
U- shaped, formfitting plastic placed in the mouth to protect teeth and reduce risk of concussions. Some models attachable to face mask.
Hockey Shin Pads:
Hard plastic, foam padding and cloth piece of equipment worn to protect shins and knees from contact.
Ice Hockey Pants:
Foam padding and hard plastic contained in a cloth shell used to protect waist, hips, thighs and calf.
Hockey Shoulder Pads:
Hard plastic, foam padding and cloth piece of equipment worn to protect shoulders, upper frontal chest and upper back from contact. Some models also have attachments for protection of mid section and sternum.
Ice Hockey Skates:
Leather, nylon and plastic boot with plastic frame and metal blade attached to bottom for ice skating. Skates are generally 1-1/2 smaller than shoe size.
Skate Guards or Soakers:
Plastic, rubber or cloth material that is placed over skate blade while not skating to protect blade from dulling and nicking.