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Can someone recromend some good pairs of gloves?

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09-12-2010, 10:13 PM
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Can someone recromend some good pairs of gloves?

Somewhere around the $100 price range.
I relLly like the look of the Warrior SR Erasers gloves, but have yet to go try pairs on.

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Depends on what kind of fit you like but Bauer 4-Rolls are very good. Just bought a pair myself.

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Anything in the $100 price range is good, just try them on, they all fit different.

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tps R8's ..... awesome gloves and they fit in your pricerange or spend like 120 and get a nice pair of 4rolls

unless your getting one of warriors highest end gloves i think most are overrated and overpriced

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Bauer Vapor Pro. Look on hockeymonkey.com. $89. Favorite gloves I've owned yet; great feel for the stick through the palm. Let's just say I've been through my fair share of gloves as well.

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If you like a tight fitting glove, look at the Bauer One 75.

The CCM Vector 08 is also pretty good for a snug fit, but it's nothing beats the Bauers on snug factor. The one thing I like about it is that it's got some kind of plastic inserts. Really protective and light.

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I love my One75's but am looking at getting a new pair with more protection. Not enough slash and puck protection on mine for defense, but super light weight and love the fit. Looking at some Vapor X:40's or maybe Warrior Bully's...looser fit which I don't like but more protection is always good.

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I'll second the TPS R8s. They're extremely light, have virtually no break-in time and seem pretty durable so far. I got them on sale for less than $80, too.

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Word of caution with those R8's, they break in and become REALLY loose, so make sure you want them to fit a lot looser after you buy them.

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Winnwell G-Lites they were really tight at first but have broke in really nice love them

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