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greekdrummer 07-06-2008 12:54 AM

Comfy Reliable Gloves
 
can anyone recommend any gloves that are durable and comfy that are around $70. i love my warrior royales but ive had them for 6 months and i have a huge hole in them. i am specifcally interested in some nike bauer gloves so if anyone can give a mini review on those that would help. thanks

vivianmb 07-06-2008 08:21 AM

spend some more money and get a pair of ferlands. for about 150, they'll last you a long time. and they are the most comfy out there.

greekdrummer 07-06-2008 11:48 AM

yeah well i dont have 150$ or else i would be getting vapor xxxx gloves but thanks. i am starting to get very interested in the vapor xxv gloves though.

stick9 07-06-2008 12:40 PM

Pfft, if you're gonna spend $150 bucks on gloves forget the Ferlands, buy Eagles.

Anyway, why not look into getting your current gloves re-palmed?

vivianmb 07-06-2008 12:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stick9 (Post 14763304)
Pfft, if you're gonna spend $150 bucks on gloves forget the Ferlands, buy Eagles.

Anyway, why not look into getting your current gloves re-palmed?

i tried eagles they weren't for me. i've had three pairs of ferlands ( since i'm 18 about 20 years). best palm i've had. very soft.

Synergy27 07-06-2008 01:38 PM

I have these and love them:

http://www.hockeyworld.com/prodHome....=1&sterm=sande

91 07-06-2008 02:27 PM

Each person is going to have a different on what gloves fit them best. Your best bet is to go to your local hockey shop stand in front of the huge wall of gloves and just start trying them on. Just because it works for one person doesn't mean it will work for another.

The Tikkanen 07-06-2008 03:05 PM

You should try to find the digi-nash palms. Not in your price range but I have the S17's and they have the complete palm in that material. I usually tear a hole in my top hand about every 6 months below the pinkie on the palm. The nash stuff seems to be holding up better than the leather. I would focus in on last years models on clearance. You can get $140 gloves for $70 right now, you just have to look around.

The Kingslayer 07-06-2008 03:37 PM

If you have money to spend then I would suggest you buy Eagle gloves. They are great.

We'reGonnaWin* 07-06-2008 04:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BonesKnowsBest (Post 14764539)
Each person is going to have a different on what gloves fit them best. Your best bet is to go to your local hockey shop stand in front of the huge wall of gloves and just start trying them on. Just because it works for one person doesn't mean it will work for another.

Winner.

The Lollipop King 07-07-2008 12:59 AM

Holes in the gloves are good,dont be soft

We'reGonnaWin* 07-07-2008 01:08 PM

Sande MaxPros are worth trying on by the way.

Bluelineswinships 07-07-2008 08:48 PM

i have had tour g70s for 5 years and have just now started to notice a small hole forming on the first layer of the top hand and i play two to three times a week

JLHockeyKnight 07-07-2008 10:07 PM

I got these recently.

http://hockeymonkey.com/ccm-hockey-glove-vector-6.html

I like the design, stiff thumb, really good grip in the palm. They're a mid-range, so not top of the line, but still great. It was an upgrade compared to my crappy old gloves. Regardless, they have to "layers" of padding around the wrist, one tighter around the wrist, then some space, then another wider one. It allows for great wrist movement, while keeping a stiff feeling and great protection. I would recommend it, but maybe someone here could recommend something better.


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