THINGS YOU MUST KNOW BEFORE PURCHASING GOALKEEPER GLOVES
What kind of football glove cuts are there
Flat cut gloves: It's the most comfortable model, but it also has a lower fitting factor. We recommend this glove for classic-style goalkeepers. Negative cut gloves: They adjust perfectly to the hand and give you the maximum level of feel, but the reinforcement level of the gloves is lower. We recommend this glove model for technical goalkeepers. Rollfinger cut gloves: The main advantage is the large amount of latex, which reinforces the hand and cushions the ball, but also limits finger mobility and sensibility. We recommend this glove model for improving your catches.
What kind of glove palm do I use for each kind of pitch
Gloves with natural latex palms: they're designed for use on natural grass pitches. Gloves with synthetic and natural latex palms: they're designed to have a higher resistance on hard terrains. Gloves with AquaSoft palms: they're designed to have a higher resistance to wet terrains or rain.
What 3 factors should you keep in mind when choosing the backhand of the glove
The transpirations system is always included in the backhand, check that the glove uses transpiring materials and neoprenes (in the case of water-specific gloves). Protection:
If you want to protect your fingers, use gloves with spines that allow the normal flexion of the fingers but that keeps them from hyper extending on impact. Reinforcement:
High-range gloves use natural latex, which is much lighter and more flexible. Mid- and lower-range gloves use synthetic latex or materials such as PVC or EVA, which are heavier and have worse fitting and transpiring factors.
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