Choosing the right size for helmets, protective gear and goggles is extremely important. Because only what fits you right can protect you safely.
Determine your protection gear size
As body types vary from person to person and the closures on TSG protective pads are constructed of either elasticised straps or various technical stretch fabrics, physically trying on the style in stores is always the best way to determine accurate sizing for your body type. As such our charts should only be used as a guide. Review the description and technical detail of each protection style to select the TSG protective product that will best suit your needs.
Knee pads, shin guards and ankle protection
Thigh: Measure around your thigh 10 cm up from your
Calf: Measure around the widest part of your calf
Lower calf: Measure around your calf just above your ankle
Lower biceps: Measure around your biceps 10 cm up from your elbow
Palm: Measure around the widest part of your palm.
Back Protectors and protective shorts
Torso length: Measure the distance between your C7 and the top of your hip bone. Tilt your head forward and feel for the bony bump where the slope of your shoulders meets your neck. This is your 7th cervical (or C7) vertebra – and the top of your torso length. On each side of your body, slide your hands down the ribcage to the top of your hip bones (iliac crest). With index fingers pointing forward and thumbs pointing backward, draw an imaginary line between your thumbs. This spot on your lumbar is the bottom of your torso measurement. Stand up right and have your friend measure the distance between the C7 and the imaginary line between your thumbs.
Waist: Measure just above your hipbone at the natural waistline.