amg classic, Exel barrel, 68/3000, took off my sight rail and the front thing(they are stupid and useless)
better than jtpro series
they dont come with a million dollars, but what gloves do?
great gloves. they are real cool and make u look better. i love these gloves, especially since they do what they need to, but better. the gel on the knuckels help out, especially when i get shot on the hand and also when i slide with my hands. they are very protective and i love them. also very light and ventilated. my hands have never gotten hot
I just found a new use for them-
ok, my friend was badtalkin these gloves which is unfair cus they're the best gloves ever(theredguy1- beat him up jk) but he was sayin that they are bad cus they dont have the fancy goggle blade on the thumb, but i found that if u use the little star to wipe the paint off ur mask if u get shot in the lens, it works ten times better than the goggle blade cus it can take more paint off at a time and it is easy to clean off and never smears. i love it
TAKE THAT WHITE!
great cus they provide excellent performance and great looks
buy them if u can find them, which was very easy for me
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 30th, 2004 at 5:14 pm PST
They do their job
Nice company to deal with
From the looks of the pictures, I thought these gloves had some hard rubber covering the top of the forefingers. It is in fact all fabric. It looks decieving, but all those little blocks and lines you see on top of the fingers are really fabric. This is a good thing. Especially if you jog your trigger like I do. Speed is crucial. If you play outdoors, you can have armor plated gloves, as long as you can pull the trigger and don't care about speed. They are flexible once you break them in. They look sweet as can be, they hold the marker well without slippage. They are described by the company as having a hook and loop attachment system. I found out that this system is what normal people call velcro.
They protect well from a direct hit on the knuckle, and they don't slow up my rate of fire noticably if at all.
Definetly rare, definetly high quality craftsmanship, definetly worth considering. They are pricey, but when you get hit on the knuckles, you'll start asking your buddy to borrow his. Why not get a slick set that noone else has.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 21st, 2004 at 7:21 pm PST
Toxic Impulse w/ Magno Blade Trigger
Freak Back w/ AA front
Crossfire 68/4500 low pressure tank
I pre-ordered these from the Blackstar site so I saved a couple of bucks on them. When they finally arrived, I used them pretty much the next day (Saturday). First off, they look great...aggressive, black/red and grey AND they won't be as common on your local field as the JT or Dye gloves. The minimal padding on the knuckles is just enough. No sweaty palms either! and they didn't leave my hands and fingers black. The terry cloth thumb was a good addition as well. I'm not sure if the little pads on the fingers helped with any grip. velcro wrist closure, good padding on the palm and did I mention, no sweat??
The only thing I can see "bad" is that the terry cloth thumbs are pilling a bit from rubbing on the velcro from my pack.
They're gloves and they do their job.....they just look better doing it. These gloves have the look and best yet, you won't see them on everyone at the field.
Armotech Mars Evo
3A Low Pressure Nitro
Evlution II w/ Z board
J&J 14" Ceramic
and OF COURSE---blackstar pull gloves
*Bells and whistles
*A naked anna kournikova doesn't deliver them to your house
As I said in the above things, these gloves are AWESOME! Te price is cheap compared to Dye and Raven and stuff, only $30 (as of 6/3/05). They are really comfy, even right out of the bag, and when you wear them in you don't even know they're on your hand. By awesomness and looks, i'm saying that these things look KILLER. They have this awesome red and grey star on the back, which coincidentally works really well as a goggle blade for wiping paint. When I say bells and whistles, I mean that blackstar spared nothing on these gloves. They have terry cloth all along the side, which works well to clean your goggles after you use the star to wipe. Between the fingers is a layer of (airprene?) neoprene, which keeps your hands cool. And you don't sweat at all in these baby's.
Unfortunately, no naked anna kournikova delivered these to me, but no company is perfect.
These gloves are awesome, great looks, comfy, and no one will be wearin them at your field, and have everything you could ask for in a glove.
Jt pro gloves (great but a bit stiff and the wiper blade is really dumb it dosent work )
dye c4 (also stiff but fit a bit snugger)
check it slip on feed neck
Not stiff at all
Nice compmany to deal with
NOTHING AT ALL they are perfect. screw dye (sorry dye fans)
these are SOOOO nice i love how blackstar gave just the right amount of protection so you can have possibly the most flexible gloves ever made. thier a bit stiff as soon as you get then so put them in the wash. they look soo cool that my freind whant to buy it off of me and they are well vented. i forgot about the terry cloth on the thumb its perfect for wiping your lense better then any other wiping thing ive seen.
BUY THESE (you will still feel a littel bit of the shot but it wont hurt) oh yea when you buy from blackstar you get alot of free stickers.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 18th, 2005 at 7:46 pm PST
Tippmann A-5 w/ trigger mod to shorten pull
all in all a pretty sweet glove. extremly comfy and cool looking. also gives good ventilation so your hand dont start to sweat with them on.
only thing that might happen is that the fuzzy stuff on each thumb for wiping paint off goggles might get a little ripped out from the velcro that secures it on your hand
this is a great glove. quality feels better then evil and dye gloves and its just looks cool plus many people dont have em
Custom Mini Works Cocker
PowerLyte Scepter System
88/4500 Pure Energy
Easy to clean
They have Airprene across the to instead of rubber, so they are very flexable.
The only thing I could find was, when you first get them they are a little stiff, but what glove isn't. I played one game, washed them and they are by far the most comfortable glove i've used.
I've looked at or owned almost every glove you can buy at your local store. I own a pair of ravens (great) a pair of Dyes (good), and a pair of JTs (ok) I wear my BlackStars pretty much every game I play. Like I mentioned before when you wash them (and hang them up to dry) they loosen up and get really soft and comfortable.