Fear the Keeper Not Cancer T-Shirt

Fear the Keeper Not Cancer T-Shirt

A Great Shirt, an even Better Cause!  Keepers Care for Kids- support the #GKUnion as we come together to help support Childhood Cancer Awareness.  Our Goal is to raise close to $2,000 in support of selling these shirts.

West Coast Goalkeeping is donating 100% of the profits of these shirts.

Help the Goalkeeper Community come together and give back!

Keepers Care for Kids is now 501c3 and collects stuffed animals through a variety of soccer focused events. Keepers Care has donated close to 10,000 toys and $1000 in gift cards to numerous children’s hospitals, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Cardon
Children’s, and Diamond Children’s in Arizona, along with Doernbecher Children’s
and Providence Health in Oregon and Marshfield in Wisconsin.

In furtherance of comforting children and their families, Keepers Care has grown in the fact that we don’t just collect toys and stuffed animals for cancer patients anymore. I have collected goalkeeper jerseys and gloves for the Paradise High School in California, after wildfires devastated their whole town and many lost their homes. I have also done drives for Arizonan’s for Children, who deal with children in foster care,
and Children’s Center in Oregon, that works to end child abuse and neglect.

The last two years, in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, I have set up
a fundraiser called “Clean Sheets Against Cancer”. With the help of West Coast
Goalkeepers Zac Lubin (PRFC), Eric Dick, Alex Mangels, Stefan Frei, JT
 Marcinkowski, Joe Willis, Kendall Mcintosh, and numerous other professional and
youth goalkeepers, we raised over $4,000 for the Children’s Cancer Research
Fund and numerous children’s hospitals and organizations.

  • 100% Cotton Super Soft Pre-Shrunk T-Shirt
  • Double-needle stitching throughout
  • Taped shoulder-to-shoulder
  • Seamless collar

Glove Size Guidelines  

  • Goalkeeping Gloves should be worn slightly larger than hands
  • Fingers SHOULD NOT be touching the tip of the gloves
  • Removing Finger Protection will make a glove 1/2 size larger.
  • Reverse/Negative glove cuts are a snugger fit, so it's often best to go a size up if on the border.
  • If you have a larger frame/build, your palm may be larger, requiring a larger glove. Just email us, we are here to help!
  • Contact@WestCoastGoalkeeping.com is great for any questions

How To Measure Your Hands:

Option 1:  Measure the circumference of the widest part of the palm measure the circumference of the widest part of the palm including the thumb. Round up to the next highest inch.

Option 2: ; Measure the length of the hand from tip of the middle finger to the base of the large thumb area where the keeper's thumb meets the wrist. Round up to the next highest inch.

Example:  7.5" rounds up to 8", so a 7 3/4 around hand is a size 8 glove.


Clothing Size Chart

If you have questions please send us an email and we'll will walk you through any sizing questions! West Coast Goalkeeping offers exchanges of all gloves within the United States. 

Email Us: contact@westcoastgoalkeeping.com

Contact us

Washing Your Gloves  

  • Immerse Gloves Completely with Warm Water (never hot)
  • Put Quarter Size Amount of Glove Wash on Each Palm
  • Work it in on the palm thoroughly, rinsing occasionally
  • Repeat if Neccessary
  • Add Same amount of Glove Wash INSIDE Glove and Water
  • Rinse until no bubbles are seen.
  • Wring Dry Removing All Excess Water
  • Hang Dry (do not put onto heat or in direct sunlight to dry)

Why Use Glove Wash  

  • Most Soaps contain Moisturizers which can harm gloves, West Coast Glove Soap is designed specifically for Gloves
  • Sweat & Dirt Break down your gloves, without cleaning them they won't last as long
  • Washing your gloves restores the grip, bringing back the grip
  • Washing your gloves softens them and makes them more comfortable
  • Dude the Smell... No one wants funky Gloves!

Size Guide

Glove Size Guidelines  

  • Goalkeeping Gloves should be worn slightly larger than hands
  • Fingers SHOULD NOT be touching the tip of the gloves
  • Removing Finger Protection will make a glove 1/2 size larger.
  • Reverse/Negative glove cuts are a snugger fit, so it's often best to go a size up if on the border.
  • If you have a larger frame/build, your palm may be larger, requiring a larger glove. Just email us, we are here to help!
  • Contact@WestCoastGoalkeeping.com is great for any questions

How To Measure Your Hands:

Option 1:  Measure the circumference of the widest part of the palm measure the circumference of the widest part of the palm including the thumb. Round up to the next highest inch.

Option 2: ; Measure the length of the hand from tip of the middle finger to the base of the large thumb area where the keeper's thumb meets the wrist. Round up to the next highest inch.

Example:  7.5" rounds up to 8", so a 7 3/4 around hand is a size 8 glove.


Clothing Size

Clothing Size Chart

If you have questions please send us an email and we'll will walk you through any sizing questions! West Coast Goalkeeping offers exchanges of all gloves within the United States. 

Email Us: contact@westcoastgoalkeeping.com

Contact us

Glove Care

Washing Your Gloves  

  • Immerse Gloves Completely with Warm Water (never hot)
  • Put Quarter Size Amount of Glove Wash on Each Palm
  • Work it in on the palm thoroughly, rinsing occasionally
  • Repeat if Neccessary
  • Add Same amount of Glove Wash INSIDE Glove and Water
  • Rinse until no bubbles are seen.
  • Wring Dry Removing All Excess Water
  • Hang Dry (do not put onto heat or in direct sunlight to dry)

Why Use Glove Wash  

  • Most Soaps contain Moisturizers which can harm gloves, West Coast Glove Soap is designed specifically for Gloves
  • Sweat & Dirt Break down your gloves, without cleaning them they won't last as long
  • Washing your gloves restores the grip, bringing back the grip
  • Washing your gloves softens them and makes them more comfortable
  • Dude the Smell... No one wants funky Gloves!

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