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Dragon88 Wednesday, August 31st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
JT full finger gloves (style ?)
Marker Setup: 05 Shocker SFT vision Pewter,
Crossfire HPA red 92/ 4500,
VL Evo 2 hopper w/ Z brd
Ion Red (back up)
Halo B w/ Victory Brd (BLK)
Strengths: Hard plastic backing protection, half finger.
Weaknesses: Hard plastic makes movement harder.
Review: Great gloves for providing protection against nasty hand shots.

I used them for about a year when I first got them and a few times this year. I'm not sure when I got them I have had them so long.

They provide great protection, but the hard plastic can be hard on your knuckles bending to hold your gun and equipment.

The main problem I had with them is bleeding on my skin. Every time I played with them my hands had black spots on them for a day or two.

Currently looking for new half finger glove that doesn't bleed on my skin.
Conclusion: Great for protection, half finger design is nice for people who like to feel the trigger (me).

Dye coming off on my hand every time I use them is a pain though.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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