#GearHack: Breaking in Your Ice Hockey Gloves

Taking time to break in new hockey gloves is important so you can feel the stick in your hands, maintain flexibility in your fingers and hit the ice with confidence.

Here's a way to cut down the glove break in time, using a common household item. 

WARNING: Very hot. Ask your parents for help before trying this at home.

Check out the Surgeon 500 Gloves featured in this video. Share your #GearHacks with us by tagging @STXHockey on Twitter and Instagram

Ready to hit the ice with your new gloves? Try out these puck-handling drills to put them into practice.