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brokenleg169 Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Draxxus gloves
PMI gloves
work gloves...
Marker Setup: Speed 05 rasta
Macdev LegionAir
Halo B Rip
Freak
Strengths: They breathe well.
Good palm/finger sensitivity...
Weaknesses: Materials are weak
Palm gets slimey and slippery when wet...
Review: I thought these were brilliant when i bought them an put them on. they fit really well and provide excellent trigger feel. i've played with them two times and they have begun to fall apart. the "airtime" material between the fingers has begun to separate from the palm material such that i have three big holes on my left fingers and two on my right... after just two times playing, and i don't even play that hard...
Conclusion: don't buy these. WDP needs more time with soft goods manufacturing before i'll give them another try. i would think it is probably best to go with a company that has a bit more reputation for their gloves... Dye, JT, etc.
2... because that's how many times i wore them...
Rating:
2 out of 10
 

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