Slip these on, and you'll wonder where we came from. Is Wicked Mpulse from a highly technological society in a far away galaxy, with an advanced understanding of ergonomics? Or maybe we're trans-dimensional beings with an incomprehensible knowledge of quantum dynamics. What ever the case, you'll appreciate our ability to design and create hand protection that offers this degree of comfort and control. Range of sizes and colors including; Green, Grey, Blue, Yellow, Red
- Velcro wrist Closure
- Contoured fingers
- Pre-Curved palm
- Reinforced thumb
- LocTac™ palm material
- Stretch Lycra finger gussets
- Silicontrol™ thumb and fingertips
- Colorful PVC backing for high degree of protection
- Constructed of Dimple mesh, Spandex, Neoprene for comfort/durability
The Wicked Mpulse Recoil Gloves are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
Green Orracle--Evo II--Max Flow 68/45--Empire Barrel kit---Team Silent Chaos
*Fit on your hands
*Thumb and Pinkey Padd
These gloves are the most comfy thingis i've ever had on my hands. i actually used them during one of my baseball games cuz i could'nt find my batting gloves. They have virtually ever color and are somewhat cheap, $30. on the pinkey and thumb they ahve these little oval shapes that are small to wipe splatter paint of ur mask, kinda like the ones on the jts. Its also got a nice desgin on the gloves so they don't look g@y. When in the field u get an awesome grip on everything and i've seen people cut out thier middle finger part to shoot thier gun easier but it shoots the same for me. i'd get these thier awesome.
If u needed gloves, i wouldn't hesitate at all. buy these the first chance u get.
tippman C98 with teardrop 12", PB drop, rc/rva, rico 2k, toxic 2x trigger, response trigger sometimes on for fun.
little tacky things on the tips of your trigger fingers
i got those damb furs on them
i got them wet yesterday
THANK GOD THESE WERE ADDED TO THE REVIEW LIST
man i pm mangus, and another mod 2 weeks ago and finally theve been added....sigh of happieness. Any way theres to few words here, whats up with that? And to Many in strenghts weaknesses. I want the old stuff back....:( o well i hiope this is enough
cool lookin, nice perfomance, there gloves, what much can go wrong?! Also nice durabel material that wont rip.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 6:42 pm PST
these cannondale biking gloves that my friend plays with
ND blade trigger
SP smart grips
Crossfire 45/4500 nitro
More to come when I get some more cash
thumbs are to long(can cut the ends off though)
These gloves are great. My friend had some JT ones and they're falling apart and aren't comfy at all. He said mine were cheap peices of crap and made fun of them day and night but who's laughing now. These babies last forever and have the most comfy grip I've ever felt. These are better than any other glove by far
They cheap, durable, and super comfy. What more can you ask for?
Almost camouflage coloured
A little thin in places
These gloves are sweet. Not only are they cheaper than other gloves I've tried, but they were immediately more comfortable, fitting my hands more closeley, and with more mobility. The seams are all strong and even, and I could feel the temerature of the air outside of the gloves they were so breathable.
The backs of the gloves are covered with a soft foam rubber, which stretches easily, and bends along with my fingers very easily.
The wrist closures are secure, and the velcro doesn't stick to the material in the gloves, which is actually kinda rare.
The only problem I can see is that the padding is a little thin in places, but that's okay with me, cause it's better than nothing, but still allows for my hands to breathe.
I've played woodsball with these gloves on a half a dozen times, and they're still as good as new. Amazingly durable. I'm really impressed. I even got hit on my littlest finger without it hurting.
I would definitely recommend these gloves, based on their price and functionality.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 28th, 2004 at 5:33 pm PST