Fleece Neck/Face Warmer Snood Gaiter

Fleece Neck/Face Warmer Snood Gaiter

 The Europeans call it a Snood, some people call it a Neck Warmer- no matter what you call it the 100% Fleece Snood will keep your neck and face warm while you play and train!

Keep your neck and face warm during those cold practices and games.  A subtle black will go with any kit or outfit and it small enough to fit easily into your pocket for wear around town in place of a scarf!

No matter what you call it the 100% Fleece Snood will keep your neck and face warm while you play and train!

Sizes:

Youth: Ages 5-12 years old

Adult: !2 and Up

  • Pull it up to keep your face warm
  • Push it down to keep your neck warm as a athletic scarf
  • Elastic with Draw Tie Down for expanded comfort.

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!

Customer Reviews

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Ian H.
Nice!

Got them for all the keepers on our high school team, nothing but positive reviews!

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Shawn N.
Warm and Cozy

Love it- keeps me warm when not wearing it over my face use it for just around my neck

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Sam T.
Love it!

The material is soft and super warm. The drawstring on the back is really nice and keeps it from slipping down. The only draw back is that it is super tired around the head and can be difficult to put on and take off

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Wuilmer G.
Too tight

Great product and it keeps me warm during cold games and practices but the adult size is really tight at the top. Otherwise really good product

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Nino C.
Amazing product

Fits me a little tighter than i thought but this will DEFINITELY help anyone playing in the colder season. Must have for the keeper bag just in case!

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