As a goalkeeper your tools are your gloves and are the most important part of any keeper’s equipment. Your goalkeeper gloves need to fit comfortably and that you choose the right style to suit your own keeping needs.
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Most adidas goalkeeper gloves feature Soft All round foam palms for enhanced grip and comfort in all conditions. Look out for adidas Fingersave goalkeeper gloves and Response models.
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Probably the most popular goalkeeper gloves cut. This palm of this style is usually made of a single piece of latex. This style of cut has gussets between the palm and the backhand. If you look at how each finger is constructed it looks like a box (hence name of box-cut used by some) as it consists of the backhand on top, two side gussets and the palm on bottom. The stitching that attaches the latex palm to the gussets is done so that the seam is on the exterior of the goalkeeper gloves.
This style has gained popularity in recent years. It is very popular with goalkeepers in this country. This style does not use gussets. Instead the palm is attached directly to the backhand, which results in the latex rolled or wrapped around the fingers. This style fits snugger than traditional flat palm. It also has the best ball contact as the cut ensures that latex is always in contact with the ball when catching or throwing. As a result many consider this to provide better ‘feel’ when catching. Some however find that it feels bulkier than the other styles. This style is also popular with female keepers as it fits snugger than Flat palms.
Similar to the Flat palm cut, the palm is made of a single piece of latex. This style of cut also has gussets between the palm and the backhand. The difference is that the stitching that attaches the latex palm to the gussets is done so that the seam is on the interior of the goalkeeper gloves. As a result, this style of goalkeeper gloves fits snugger than a traditional flat palm, many consider it offer better ‘feel’ when catching and throwing. Its fingers are not prone to twisting which results in better latex to ball contact when catching.