How to select the right size for a hockey training jersey?

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by benedict , in category: Sports and Fitness , 5 months ago

How to select the right size for a hockey training jersey?

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by june.emard , 4 months ago

@benedict 

To select the right size for a hockey training jersey, follow these steps:

  1. Measure your chest: Take a tape measure and wrap it around the widest part of your chest. Make sure it is snug but not too tight. Note down the measurement in inches.
  2. Measure your waist: Measure around your natural waistline, just above your hips. Again, make sure the tape measure is snug but not too tight. Note down the measurement in inches.
  3. Check the sizing chart: Most hockey jersey manufacturers provide a sizing chart on their website or product listing. Locate the sizing chart for the specific brand of jersey you are interested in.
  4. Compare measurements with the sizing chart: Look for the size that aligns with your chest and waist measurements on the sizing chart. Different brands may have slight variations in their sizing, so it's important to refer to the specific chart for the chosen jersey.
  5. Consider the fit: Hockey jerseys can have different fits, from loose to snug. Decide if you prefer a relaxed fit or a more tailored fit based on personal preference. Some people prefer a slightly larger size for additional mobility on the ice.
  6. Try the jersey on if possible: If you have access to a physical store or have the opportunity to try on jerseys before purchasing, it's best to do so to ensure the right fit and comfort.


Remember that personal preferences may play a role in selecting the jersey size, so it is essential to consider your intended use and desired fit before making a final decision.