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4 youth sizing Youth jersey Youth t-shirt Size S 6-8 Y-XS M 10-12 Y-S L 14-16 Y-L XL 18-20 Y-XL Youth pants Measure (X) Size X times 2 = Size Junior Inches CM S 19.15”-19.50” 49-50 M 20.10”-20.45” 51-52 L 20.87”-21.26” 53-54 Jerseys Compare the size of a standard youth t-shirt with the corresponding jersey size from the chart. The t-shirt size corresponds with a oversized jersey size for a comfortable rider fit. Gloves Measure the largest portion of your head horizontally with a cloth tape, measuring approximately one inch above your eyebrows and ears. If your head size is between two helmet sizes, first try the smaller size. A correctly fitting helmet should not be able to move from side to side and up and down with the chinstrap fastened for a safe fit. If it is not snug, try a size smaller. Consider purchasing other size cheek pads or helmet liners to improve fit. Some helmets are designed with exchangeable cheek pads and liners; allowing smaller cheek pads or liners, in a slightly larger helmet or visa versa. Youth gloves Measure (X) Size 5.625” = Y-XS 5.875” = Y-S 6.125” = Y-M 6.375” = Y-L 6.625” = Y-XL 7.125” = Y-2XL Pants Using a pair of your child’s regular pants (jeans, shorts, etc.), button them and pull them tight across the top as in the diagram. Measure the distance between the top sides at waist level. Multiply your finding (X) by 2 to get the necessary pant size. Gloves With palm up, take a measurement from the wrist joint to the tip of the middle finger (X). Compare finding with the chart beside. Helmets Teen Inches CM S 201/8”-201/2” 51-52 M 207/8”-211/4” 53-54 L 215/8”-22” 55-56 Sizing chart


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