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Equipment Information

Understanding what is needed for hockey equipment and how to dress your child can be very stressful.  Below you will find suggestions regarding renting equipment, buying equipment and how to dress your child.


Full hockey gear and a hockey stick are required for Hockey 1 and 2. If you wish to rent gear schedule an appointment once you have registered to secure your gear before the day of the class if possible as there are limited gear fitting times and you do not want your child to miss out on their first class.  Please make sure to bring a copy of your registration confirmation to the fitting. 

IN RENTON: To schedule an appointment, please email Jessica at  Bring confirmation of registration and payment info. Please note that we do NOT fit gear on the weekends and you should schedule an appointment as soon as possible as appointments do fill up quickly as we can not guarantee being able to schedule last minute appointments.

IN KIRKLAND:  Currently, you can be fitted on Saturdays in Kirkland from 10:00-12:30pm, or on Wednesdays from 4-7pm. You MUST email Andrew Birnbrich at and make an appointment for a gear fitting. Please bring confirmation of registration and payment information.

Important: Rental equipment is available by appointment only. Coaches do not have access to rental equipment, and equipment cannot be given out the day of class. 

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What hockey gear does my child need?

Hockey 1 and 2 require full hockey gear. For children in the Learn to Play Program, the following equipment can be rented from Sno-King:

  • Ice Hockey Skates
  • Hockey Helmet with Full Face Guard
  • Hockey Gloves
  • Hockey Stick
  • Elbow Pads
  • Hockey Pants
  • Shin Pads
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Practice Jersey (yours to keep)

The equipment below can be purchased at the pro-shop:

  • Neck Guard
  • Garter Belt or Hockey Shorts with Velcro
  • Sports Protective Cup
  • Mouth Guard
  • Hockey Socks
Where can I purchase ice hockey gear?

The SkateWorks Pro Shops located in the Renton and Kirkland Ice Arenas are a great in-store option.

For More Information Contact: Andrew Birnbrich