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Glove Latex

Glove Latex

The palm of a goalkeeper glove is made from a layer of foam and a layer of latex. The special latex for goalkeeper gloves that the palm is equipped with is the most important feature of a glove, and no matter how many amazing features the gloves have, it all comes down to the quality of the latex. That's why it is so essential for goalkeepers to know a little about the different types of latex to choose between.

There are a lot of different types and names of latex, and it can seem difficult to navigate through them. Here...


Glove Care

Glove Care

Wash your gloves after each training/game

This is the most obvious point, the most essential point - and also the most time consuming. It may seem like a jungle to figure out the best way to do it, because there are so many guides on how to wash your gloves properly. My advice is simple and has served me well for many years. Bring the gloves with you in the shower, lightly wash them, spray some glove wash on the foam, put the glove on the shower floor, wash your hair, pick up the gloves and rub them clean. If...


Glove Cuts

Glove Cuts

ROLL FINGER are one of the most popular and traditional cuts currently available. They are named "roll finger" due to the fact that the backhand is connected to the palm and does not use gussets. The result is the latex rolled/curved around the fingers which provides great latex contact with the ball, but is not as snug or tight as a feel in comparison to negative cut gloves, or hybrids that use negative. The ROLL FINGER cut also provides great shock absorption quality's due to the thicker latex between the fingers.  
NEGATIVE CUT (and hybrids that utilise this...