I've used tons of gloves from cheap JTs to dye and empires.
A lot, currently shooting a mini.
I got these as a gift from my son a while ago. I have more paintball stuff than I need, but at least I didn't get a tie. Anyway, here's my review:
These gloves are nice and comfortable on the inside. They breath well, so your hands barely ever sweat. The fingers are mostly made out of mesh and Lycra(spandex). The sides have mesh, so your fingers don't get hot. The tops of the fingers are the spandex part. This gives a tight fit, allowing you to walk your trigger quite easily. The bottom of the tips of the fingers have little rubber grips on them, but only on the index and middle fingers. This also helps you when walking the trigger. Right below all of the fingers and large rubber grips as when. This helps you grip almost anything nice and tightly. There are these rubber lines along the back of your knuckles for protection and they look nice as well. The only problem I have with these gloves is the padding on the palm. There is a little bit in the corners across from the thumbs but that is it. I really wouldn't mind no padding on the palm, but that one corner makes it a little bit uncomfortable. Unlike most gloves, if your hand actually does sweat, they won't bleed and turn your hand black. These gloves are pretty good quality, mainly because Dye produces them. Here is a list of materials and their uses:
Synthetic leather- Used in most of the glove. Not to hard to find.
Neoprene- Synthetic rubber which is used in the grips, knuckle protectors, and wrist strap.
Nylon- Used for the mesh, and the very bottom of the glove.
Great gloves, not to expensive. Good for tourney players.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 11th, 2007 at 3:40 pm PST