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autocoker_man Tuesday, December 2nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month8 of 9 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
i used old fox gloves and jt gloves
Marker Setup: 2001 dye autococker with all ans parts you can get. i traded the old school benchmark .45 triggerframe for the WGP hinge double trigger swing trigger frame.
Strengths: durability, style, efficiency, and protection
Weaknesses: my hands sweat alot, so they stink
Review: i have just ordered my full yellow and black jersy of the new dye c4. i got the yellow c4 pants $131(ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh) the yellow c4 jersy $52, and the yellow c4 gloves $41. this may all seem alot but its all worth it. for 40 bucks the gloves may seem 2 expensive but they are worth their price. they are very light weight and havethe rubber pads inside the glove where it is needed. in my old jt gloves they were very comfertable and durable but the seems kept comin loose and i had to re stitch the whole thing ( i am not to happy about). if you gt jt gloves i reccomend you restitch them before using em so they dont fall apart on the field like mine did. anyways, they are very stylish and fit perfectly with the whole set o' C4. all of the glove is verrrrrrrry comfortable and when you get shot in the hand, you wont even feel it. with my trigger frame my fingers fit very loose in the frame and no cloth got caught in the trigger. i reccomend before buying these that yo analyse the space you have in you trigger frame because you dont wanna cut the fingers off these babies.i play tournament and if you do too, get these gloves,sliding isnt a problem, getting shot isnt a problem, and looking cool will never be a problem. the only thing i could find that was wrong was my hands sweat alot. but they sweat alot anyways so i cant tell if this is from the gloves or not.
Conclusion: i love this product, and for its money, its worth it.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
autacocka luva Thursday, October 7th, 2004 | 5:50 pm PST
FINALY, some one else who buys all the same dye gear that i have, all the guys at my school think that i wear all my dye c4 stuff(gloves, pants, and jersey, 2 sets, blue and red) for protection. WRONG, i wear them soley for one (well kinda two) one, they ra estremely comfortable, and two, they really do offer good protection, and look good, but the c4 gloves are really good, who ever doesn't like them is crazy, i think that they are the best gloves out there, until the c5's come out, which have a horrible sounding name.
   

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