L - Goalie Measures + Players Equipment
 


  1. A maximum perimeter of 114.3 cm / 45’’ is permitted. The perimeter of the glove is the distance around the circumference of the glove. Please refer to the catching glove measurement procedures outlined below.

  2. The wrist cuff is must be 10.16 cm /4’’ in width (height) and a maximum of 20.32 cm /8" in length in any part of the wrist cuff (this includes the bindings). The cuff of the glove is considered to be the portion of the glove protecting the wrist from the point where the thumb joint meets the wrist. Any protection joining/enhancing the cuff to the glove will be considered part of the glove rather than the cuff.

  3. The distance from the heel of the glove along the pocket and following the contour of the glove to the top of the ‘T’ trap must not exceed 46 cm / 18’’. The heel is considered to be the point at which the straight vertical line of the cuff meets the glove.

  4. Procedure

    1. To determine the perimeter, the distance around the glove, the tape is to be placed on the outside edge of the glove with the midway line of the tape following the top ridge of the edge/binding.

    2. At the “starting point” of the measurement, anchor the tape with a pin or binder clip.

    3. Ensure that the midpoint line of the measuring tape follows the outside top ridge of the edge/binding.

    4. If at the junction of the cuff and catching portions of the glove there is a “jagged joint”, the measurement tape will follow the imaginary perpendicular line to the glove ridge of the catching portion of the glove located above the cuff.

    5. A jagged joint anywhere else on the glove will not be allowed this “straight line” privilege (i.e. where the trap joins the main glove).

    6. To determine the “T” trap distance, the tape is to be placed from the heel of the glove along the pocket and following the contour of the glove to the top of the ‘T’ trap (See Figure). This distance must not exceed 46 cm / 18.11’’.