2k3 Vert Feed Cocker (Blue)
KAPP FAT Ram
KAPP Reflex Trigger
*sigh* 16 oz co2.
sticks on velcro SLIGHTLY. Velcro closer closes too fast.
Well I must say these have to be the most complete and cheap ($30) glove on the market out there.
So comfortable. Feels like nothing is really on your hands. They fit perfectly on my hands. I've tried on Dye's and JT and these are by far comfier.
The gloves provide superior protection without it getting in the way. The knuckles have such nice thick pads on them and I punched the wall a few times to test it out. I didn't feel a THING!
This kind of goes with comfort but this gloves does fit the saying "Fits like a glove". There is no places where it gets too big and flaps around or too small and has to be broken in. It fits perfect everytime.
The glove looks hot what can I say. The colors flow nicely and the PJ logo is the perfect size, not too big and not too small.
The glove breaths nicely after 2 hours of straight use, my hands didn't overheat once.
Amazing grip. I can hold onto anything with these. With the Dye Sticky's on my cocker it feels like the cocker is cemented to my hands. Even when using the stock grips the same feeling is there. This is due to the unique tough material that I've seen on floor mats before on the palm. And between the thumb and index there is some rubber dots and on the index and middle finger more plasticy rubber material has been laid on to give the glove superior grip.
When using these gloves catch on velcro VERY slightly. Not a big deal but just a little thing that doesn't really get in the way.
The other is that the velcro closure is shaped so that when I unlatch the velcro to take the gloves off, it folds back over and attaches to the velcro again. I have to hold it back to get the gloves off. So I mean this is good in the fact that I know my gloves will never come off, but just a minor inconvience.
These have to be the best gloves for their performance and pricewise on the market. Truely great work by Paintball Junkies. The gloves are nice to the hands, provide great padding that doens't get in the way, while not over heating the hands, and they also have excellent grip. The only thing to look out for is velcro and the velcro closure. Those two things alone don't mark these down in my book. The "perfect" as close to perfect can be glove.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, January 21st, 2004 at 7:28 pm PST