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10-25-2007, 04:50 PM
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Looking to buy a new pair of mits

I need a new pair of gloves.

I dont really want to spend more than 85 bucks.

Im thinking these so far.

http://hockeymonkey.com/nbh-hockey-g...eme-70-jr.html

http://hockeymonkey.com/rbk-hockey-gloves-5k-sr.html

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

http://hockeymonkey.com/easton-hgstealths7sr1406.html

Im really liking the Nike/Bauers right now but any help would be appreciated.

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You'll price yourself out of that range with the Supreme 70s you listed there cause I think the seniors are like $90. But those ones might be a bit nicer than the other you listed there cause it's semi-upper range while most the others you got a just mid-range.

But like with most things, gloves are personal preference since they fit differently. I'm kinda glove shopping, just kinda waiting on a good deal, and I've found I like a tighter fitting glove so those Supremes make me happy. I also liked the new Mission Fuels too...tried on the 5K but they felt a little funny, and the Eastons were a little loose. Check them out if you can, but if not, maybe give us a description of what you like fit-wise.

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i always noticed the rbk's didnt fit that nice. I felt they kind of pushed my hand away from the palm. The bauers are nice cause i liked the nikes i had a couple years ago. CCM may fit too wide. So im probably looking at nike/bauers and that seems fitting because most of my equipment is bause except for my easton skates.

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I have apair of nike bauer XXX's, got em for like 80 at the local hockey store(guy did me a favor!) and they run for like 140. I like em, the palm seems to be wearing down on my left one, but I think that may be the tape I used on my butt end though. Good gloves, but if your price range is lower i would say go with the stealths. I like fabric more than leather though but I think leather holds up more

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http://www.hockeymonkey.com/nhl-miss...0-leather.html

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/rbk-pro-stock-gloves.html

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/ccm-pro-stock-gloves.html

ProStock gloves. Very good stuff, and inside your price range.

http://www.hockeygiant.com/misl7glvsr.html
I want to get a pair of these L7s myself, but no cash and no need right now - at 49.50, they're a deal.

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These gloves above are sick. I want a pair..

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Totally depends on your hand, you have to go and try them on.

How tight do you like the gloves on your hand?

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SportChek has the Stealth S5's for 1/2 price, $44. Good price, the 5's don't have the wrist guard/smart cuff though....you have to pay a lot more for better gloves.

See your also in Canada, the shipping/duty is expensive from HockeyMonkey.

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Im wanting a nice fitting glove. Thats why im really leaning to the bauers and i guess i could just spend around 120 even. Considering ive spent so much on all of my equipment that im sporting.

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I have a pair of RBK and they are really comfortable. The way I pick out a pair of gloves is that if I can put my middle finger out, its a good glove.

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Quote:
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http://www.hockeymonkey.com/nhl-miss...0-leather.html

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/rbk-pro-stock-gloves.html

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/ccm-pro-stock-gloves.html

ProStock gloves. Very good stuff, and inside your price range.

http://www.hockeygiant.com/misl7glvsr.html
I want to get a pair of these L7s myself, but no cash and no need right now - at 49.50, they're a deal.
If you can find colors that match your team, these are the way to go.

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SportChek has the Stealth S5's for 1/2 price, $44. Good price, the 5's don't have the wrist guard/smart cuff though....you have to pay a lot more for better gloves.

See your also in Canada, the shipping/duty is expensive from HockeyMonkey.
If you're worried about shipping and duty, get the Mission L7s from HockeyGiant clearance. $49.50 for last year's top of the line, shipping will not be too much, and below 50 there's no tax. No duty on sports equipment.

If you want Eastons, try the Stealth S7 here.
http://hockey.lax.com/item.phtml?&pa...34_front.phtml
44 bucks, cheap shipping from LAX.

And definitely check your LHS/SportsChek. SportsChek sucks, but you might find something adequate there on sale. Your local stores might have deals or good finds.

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If you can find colors that match your team, these are the way to go.
Yep. There are generic blacks available for most of them, and these pro-stock gloves really can't be beat. Very comfortable and usable, durable as well.

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I ended up buying the synergy 800's

thanks for your help guys.

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