Frequently Asked Questions about our Ball Hockey Protective Clothing
Here, we aim to dispel any confusion you might have about the selection and usage of appropriate protective clothing for your ball hockey games.
Using our size chart, take accurate measurements of your body and match them to the corresponding gear sizes. A well-fitted piece of protective gear should snugly cover the body part it's meant to protect without restricting movement.
Not at all. The key is to wear the right gear, properly fitted. High-quality protective gear is designed to maximize both safety and mobility, meaning it should not hinder your performance on the court. In fact, knowing you're well protected can boost your confidence and potentially enhance your performance.
It offers strategic ventilation to mitigate heat stroke, and its design is adapted to withstand the specific types of impact common in ball hockey. It's important to select gear specifically designed for ball hockey for optimal protection.
The protective clothing you'll need largely depends on your position in the game, your individual comfort and mobility needs, and your league's safety regulations. Our protective clothing range from padded shirts, shorts, and knee sleeves.
Ensuring the right fit for your ball hockey protective clothing is crucial for effective protection. Use our size chart as a guide to match your measurements with the appropriate gear size. Properly fitted gear should feel snug but not overly tight, offering ample protection without restricting your movement.
The most common injuries in ball hockey are varied due to the impact from the ball or stick or even collisions with other players. Protective clothing designed for ball hockey, such as cushioned and articulated protective shirts, padded shorts, and knee sleeves, can significantly mitigate the risk of injuries.