Tippmann 98 Custom
GTA Inline Expansion Chamber
GTA Double Trigger
32* Star Fire Bolt
J&J 14" Ceramic Barrel
Viewloader 12V Revolution w/ X-Board
JCS 3" Offset 3/8" Dovetail Sight Rail
NcStar 4X30 Illuminated Scope
Thunder Pig In-Line CO2 Gauge
JCS Combat Folding Stock
32* Coiled Remote
PMI 20oz. CO2 Tank
Fingerless - Keep your Dexterity
Cheap - Less than $10
none worth listing here.
These gloves are perfect if you prefer to keep your dexterity while you are playing. I've taken several hits in the back of the hand and the padding keeps me from getting welts.
Since these gloves are fingerless, you have no protection from your knuckle to your fingertip. I've taken a few shots in the knuckle since i've bought these gloves, and it hurts like hell, but that's the choice i made by deciding to wear fingerless gloves.
These gloves are cheap, easy to clean (just wash them regularly) pretty durable, extremely comfortable, and well padded.
If you like the dexterity of a fingerless glove, and you don't want to spend alot of money, i'd recommend these in a heartbeat.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 18th, 2004 at 10:44 am PST
Smart parts ion
yellow body kit
14" dye ultralite
'96 Black magic
16" dye ultralite
ndz blade trigger
14" all american
Fingerless(if u like to walk)
Palms arent well vented
Fingerless(if u dont walk)
Well i bought these cause i needed gloves. Ive never been shot on the hand but padding seems pretty good. First time wearing them they were uncomfortable and itchy so i just washd them, after they were nice and comfortable. The venting isint too great, expescialy on the palms. I personaly dont like the looks of the glove that much and the elastic makes it look stupid along with the wrist cover, but acts as padding for your wrist wich is a plus.
Eh alright gloves if u cant find anything else and have a cheap price
7 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 4th, 2007 at 2:23 pm PST
JT Excellerator 3.5 e grip with custom made bolt, hand crafted trigger and 20 oz co2, stock barrel, custom made dro forward and a VL 200 gravity fed hopper.
padding on back of hand
The fingerless gloves are paintfull to be hit on.
The fingerless gloves are good for the heat of battle when you need to fiddle with your gun, open pods etc. It hurts like hell to be hit though but thats the price you got to pay. They are well padded and it dosen't hurt to be hit on the back of the hand that bad. They are well ventalated and the palms are very soft. These gloves will only run you back about 10 bucks so its a cheap alternative to the dye and empire gloves that are like 40 bucks or something outragoues like that.
These gloves are good, cheap and comfy so why not.
-Very easy to wash
-Half-finger if you consider that as a weakness...
I bought my gloves from a friend of mine for 5 bucks and after that I started to play with 'em. I got shot 2 times and it didn't even hurt me. These gloves gave me a very good protection. When I came back home they were full of paint and sand. So I started to wash them and in 10 minutes they were clean and dry.
Those gloves are cheap and durable. It seriously worth the 10-15 bucks.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, September 25th, 2008 at 5:22 pm PST
Spyder Xtra, Ricochet 2k, 20 oz CO2(with black warmer), pmi razor barrel
Good padding, cut off fingers
Thin palm area, fall apart easy
I got these gloves from a friend last year, and they do just fine. Although the palms a thin, and still hert to dive, they make you feel comfordable, and have in many cases saved me from a welt. They have cut off fingers, which i had no choise of, because they were given to me on my birthday. Athough they have some key weakneses, they do the job well.
Great for begginers, and people who prefer cut off fingers for walking.
I picked up these gloves from wal-mart. It was $9.00. I brought this because it was cheap and looked good. The one I got is the carnivore series. The gloves is real good quality for its, price! I like the glove alot but the only thing is that the elastic looks a lil weird instead of the velcro.
This is a real nice product to buy for its price. it aint the the best gloves out there but if you looking for a cheap, quality, fingerless glove this is the way to go and the rest of the money saved can go to paint, air, etc
I have never used gloves for paintball till now. I love these. Fingerless is for me. I sweat so easy on my hands. It make the grip all slippery. When i first bought these they were sort of stiff. So I wore them for about 2 hours so that they would stretch out and lossen up. When I took these on the field they worked great.
JT Excellorator 3.5
250 Halo Electric hopper
hands are easy to move have good grip all thats really needed for glovers
the glove is flexable and easy to move, it feels really good, and it looks pretty good. It protected me when i got shot in the hand.I got it for i think 8.99 andpus, hey its JT.so if you have the money get it because their really good.
even though its not the best of the best get it unless your pro
JT 2003 pro series gloves- these are what I use now, I used to wear these pursuit gloves
Tricked Orracle Cocker
good back of the hand protection
no finger protection (but that's obvious)
I bought these gloves a while bak for finger protection (getting shot in the finger hurts... nothing like numb fingers). In retrospect, that was pretty stupid. I mean come on, I bought fingerless gloves for finger protection. OK, so that was dumb (actually i do have a reason, at that time i didn't have the money for nicer gloves so i figured these were better than nothing.) If you want half finger gloves, than these are nice, but if you want finger protection then get some full finger gloves. On a positive note, the half finger design makes it much easer to do stuff on the field that require a delicate touch.
If you want half finger gloves, than these are nice, but if you want finger protection then get some full finger gloves. On a positive note, the half finger design makes it much easer to do stuff on the field that require a delicate touch.