Cheap...I only paid $20.00
Doesn't hold heat very well
Limits finger movement
Hard to grip on things
Well, I got these gloves 2 years ago. Since then they've been through hell and they're still working fine. They do not have any rips, holes or scratches. It does not hurt at all to get shot in the hands. They get kinda hot in the summer but oh well all gloves do. Mine have been through the wash several times and each time they come out looking like they are brand new. They are DEFINETLY worth the money.
WGP 2k4 PS Cocker
47/3k Pure Energy
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
ANS GenX-2 Reg
32* Drop Forward
12' Dye Excel Barrel
WGP .45 Grips
Dye Rhino Cover
Shocktech Cocking Rod
Got these for $20 at the local pro shop. I have had these gloves for 2 years and have used them extensively. They are still working well and dont have any rips in them. THis is a great glove to upgrade to if you are still using the fingerless gloves. As long as you take ok care for these gloves, they will last you as long as you need them.
I recommend this glove even though it's still $20 at most places. Also, take a look at the Ravens
Dye Core, JT Premiere, 32* concept, JT Power, Raven Shadow
'02 STO Outkast cocker, black magic mini 3-way, wgp swing frame, Superfly delrin bolt, Dye Ultralite barrel, free flow kit, Dye stickies, PMI Pure Energy 68/3000, eVLution II.
Free range of movement
Don't look too bad
Not a very sensitive palm
These aren't the best design around, no reinforcing anywhere but they were inexpensive so you can't expect the best. Lessens impacts, good armor coverage. Don't look half bad but I never cared for the little target, but thats the 'power' symbol JT was using at the time. Breathe well. The palm is durable but its also a little thick. I found it kinda hampered my feel. Also it's not pre curved, cannot think of the technical term, so the palm material bunches up when you grip the handle. I didn't wear them for a really long time I bought the JT Premieres, the originals when JT still owned the company. Gave them to a friend and they used them for a few years with moderate play(10-25 times a year) and they held up well. They are starting to rip in the forefinger and web area but they are old and everything wears out eventually.
A few small problems but JT did a good job, not expensive so worth the money. I'd recommend them to anyone looking for a cheap, durable pair, or as a first set of paintball gloves.
cnc xmag dust black to red fade with the 72ci 4500psi flatline halo b and a left warp feed
emblem fades oh well
this is a good glove. the only weakness is that the jt emblem fades when you wash them. thats not really a bad thing because it doesnt harm anything else on the glove, maybe looks. the padding is right where you want it. the stretch material in between your fingers keep you cool and let your fingers work the trigger better. the cloth palm is real durable also.
14 inch barrel, expansion chamber, new grips, and a remote line for my co2
grips good to your gun
full finger design
The gloves are good and are good whether your a beginner or a pro. They are enexpensive compared to some other gloves. The gloves look good and are stitched up strong. I like tham alot, they are really grippy even after u stick them through the wash because some other gloves loose their grip.
Overall the gloves are really good and I reccomend that you get them
none yet, this is the only piece of my gear that is still JT(the rest is dye), need to replace them but they work for now.
2001 WGP cocker
Dye single swing trigger
Dye ultralight barrel
12 volt revvy w/ x-board
comfortable, non-restricting to hand movement, armor
they where away like crazy if you play speedball alot(sliding)
these are pretty damn good gloves for the price, i got mine for 15 bucks. the new JT and DYE ones are WAY better but for this price, none beat it. i like it a lot but i need a new pair because mine are starting to get holes(keep in mind i''ve used these every weekend for the past 2 years). the armor on these is awseome, a new idea when they came out, works great and keeps hand shots from hurting, but if you get hit where there is no aromor on the glove, it doesn't help absorb the impact AT ALL.
if you are low in the wallet, then get these, they won't let you down, if you are swimming in cash on the other hand, the new DYE gloves would be your best bet for a glove.
Spyder Esprit, 12 volt revolution with X-Board,14'' Teardrop, 48 ci 3000 psi pure energy, PMI gas thru grip, and Physco Ballistics Drop Forward, Rase tank cover.
They are very comfortable, stops welts, look cool.
When you first get them they leave ink on your hands.
These gloves kick butt, they are amazing. They are very comfortable, light, and they stop nearly all pain from a paintball. They do leave your hands dark black after a few hours and they can get very hot after a while. They are a little expensive, but you pay for quality.
I would say buy them, they are amazing gloves but you should look for a cheaper price cause they are expensive.
These are very nice gloves. First of all, they are very breathable. I was playing in 95 degree heat with 100 percent humidity, and my hands didnt sweat at all. The palms are also VERRRRRY comfy. They have a nice one piece desing that is really grippy. And they have lots of padding, so when you get whalloped in the hand, it doesnt hurt at all. :)
not too much. The breathability i talked about... it isnt too great in the winter. snow is not fun, cuz they are lightweight, and they get REALLY cold. so for all of you crazy canadians ( no offense. you guys are really cool) these gloves arent really for you. mine werent washing machine friendly either. some of the stitching came loose, but only a little tiny section. nothing too major to wory about.
Overall, these are great gloves. I would buy them any day of the week. and for only ten bucks, you couldnt go wrong!!! atleast... they were ten bucks at galyans. so got there!!