Goalkeepers usually face the problem of glove sizing when they are in the market to find a new goalie gloves. Different brands have different glove sizing. There are a lot of variability across the goalkeeper gloves available today. Through extensive research , we were able to simplify the process of finding the right goalie glove size for you.
Your glove size depends on 2 things:
Ideally, you will want to use a tape measure for this activity, but any string or yarn can be a substitute. Just measure it after getting the circumference and length of your palm and hand.
When it comes to goalie glove sizing, every goalkeeper has their own individual preferences. Jorge Campos, the former Mexico National Team goalkeeper, was famous for preferring big gloves. The legendary Peter Shilton preferred tight gloves. As a goalkeeper, sometimes it takes a little trial and error!
At Renegade GK, we make sure our gloves are accurately sized and align with most of the major brands on the market. There are subtle differences: many of our keepers have said the gloves tend to run on the small side! This was was by design - all GK gloves with finger saves will feel tighter until they have a chance to break in. Be sure to follow the instructions on the Renegade GK Glove sizing chart to ensure the best possible fit. For less experienced buyers, we've included a video with some helpful tips below!
Since proper fit is so important for a goalkeeper, we have a great exchange policy! If the glove doesn't feel right, you can return for a different model and/or size at no charge (see our return & exchange policy). We want to make sure that your glove fits properly so that it can perform in all situations!
In the first 30 days if you change your mind, or if there’s a problem with your gloves we’ll replace them no questions asked or provide you a full refund.