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Number of Reviews: 5
Average Rating: 9.4 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: N/A

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Clarino Palm - this one of the best feeling, thin palm materials available.
Lycra hinged fingers and thumb. We took every consideration in flex; especially in the thumb.
Medical Velcro closure with gusset - keeping the gloves on and the dirt out.
Kevlar reinforced palm pads where you need it most - for sliding.
Microfiber sublimated thumb panels - remove splatter from your lenses without scratching them.
Silicone palm for a sure grip on your marker.
Palm Vent holes - its like AC for your fingers.
Stretch micro mesh finger gussets to let your digits breathe.
Reverse wrist closure for mobility - these gloves actually allow you to bend back your hand easier.
Neoprene wrist bone coverage for protection while diving.
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The Empire Contact Paintball Gloves are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
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el gato Wednesday, January 25th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
dye gloves
proto gloves
empire grind gloves
Marker Setup: 2004 prostock; slik Edge III bolt,Planet eclipse nexus DART LPR, eclipse ram w/2 qevs,e2 eblade
Strengths: Very flexible and grip well to your gun
Weaknesses: A little uncomfortable the first time you use them
Review: These are very good gloves i got a pair and loved them. They grip well and give you the most mobility. They are a little uncomfortable the first few times you ware them and need to be broken in even though when your playing you don't really notice them. I have used these three times and they were very flexible and did everything i needed them to do. They were also much more comfortable after being washed a few times.
Conclusion: These are nice gloves i would recommend them to anyone they've said me alot of painful finger shots but are a little uncomfortable other than that they're is nothing i can see wrong with them i give them a 9
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, September 24th, 2006 at 6:13 am PST
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woodsballernyc Sunday, September 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dye C5, Evil 05, Eclipse Destruction
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
Matte Black ShockTech Body Kit
Matte Black Element V2 Frame
New Designz S-Treme Roller Trigger
Smart Parts 360 QEV
Virtue Ion Board
Urban Camo Virtue Membrane Pad
Matte Black ShockTech on/off ASA
Matte Black Dye Hyper II Regulator
Black ViewLoader VLocity
Matte Black Smart Parts All-American 06' 16 inch
Black and Grey Hybrid Lady Grips
CrossFire LowPressure 68/4500 w/ Empire Tank Cover

~~~~~~~~~~The Ninja Ion~~~~~~~~~~
Strengths: Very Flexible, Very Sensitive (no need to cut fingers off), Good Looking.
Weaknesses: A little uncomfortable when you first put them on.
Review: I went to my local shop earlier today, with the intention of getting a better marker bag, but after getting the bag, my eye was drawn to the gloves on the wall, so I took a look and asked to try on the Contact's. I was amazed how flexible they were and how sensitive the fingers where. So I picked em up as well and I am very happy with em. I Play every thursday, so after I play with em I'll update this review with the perfomance.
Conclusion: Get the gloves, they look good, there comfortable, flexible, sensitive, you dont have to hack off the fingers and there fairly inexpensive. I give it a 9 since nothing deserves a 10...
Rating:
9 out of 10
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dunthorne04 Monday, June 26th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Marker Setup: Ion-with unicorn bolt +32 degrees red flame drop forward+hybrid trigger frame+smart parts on off adapter and 684500 tank+red cp blade trigger+ cp red feed neck+virtue board+ all american 14" barrel+ red flame regulator sleeve/ red flame body
Strengths: Very protective
Flexible
Easy to clean
Weaknesses: None really
Expensive
Review: Good things come in small packages and this is true with these gloves they are great. Way better then being shot in the hand. there a bit pricy but there defenitly worth it! I have easily been able to clean blue yellow green and pink paint off of them(note that that was all splatter except for one shot.Im not that much of a noob)

what are you doing quit playing with your barrel and go get them!!!!
Conclusion: GO GET THEM THEY ARE (see key strengths)
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Msabercr Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Evil glove, c6 gloves, jt premier, jt liquid,
Marker Setup: Angel Speed 04, Evolve Kit, Sly 14" barrel kit with .689 barrel back, CCM Clamping lowrise feedneck, sidewinder regulator, tadao musashi 7 board, 05 tpr grip cheaks, system x push button on off, system x centerflag tank with nxe cover, redz neoprene barrel condom, anti chop bolt, halo with victory board
Strengths: Nice and tight
silicone grips
Kevlar palm padding
Weaknesses: Kind of need to be broken in
looks (for some people)
Review: My first impression was wow these look really nice and give you good protection. as soon as i put them on they fit pretty tight which is what i like in my gloves. The fingers flex really well and im not planning on cutting these fingers, the thumb could have a little more give however. After wearing around the gloves for a while i noticed that the seems on top of the fingers get kind of uncomfortable which lends me to believe that they just need to be softened up and broken in. as soon as i showed them a couple of people said that the palms looked like poop what with the leather and all but i like it plus you never see the palm of a glove.
The silicone grips where a very nice touch they keep your hand firm on your grips and when you want to wipe your mask it cleans easy. the Kevlar on the bottom of the palm was a really good idea andit looks clean too. these gloves definitely wont get shredded easily.
Conclusion: Over all nice glove, just needs to be broken in like any glove
I'll give them a 9 because nothing is perfect and this isn't either
Rating:
9 out of 10
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fuzzy99 Friday, April 7th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dye C4 Gloves -- bulky but protective....i prefer the Empire ones
Marker Setup: SP Vision Shocker with Evolve v2 bolt kit, unimount, trniity feedneck, SS freak set, VIRTUE board, FireBallMountain Delrin Blade Trigger
Strengths: light and comfortable -- breathes well
easy flex fingers
protective
NOT bulky!!
look good
Weaknesses: Not much.
Doesn't have excessive amounts of protection like some gloves.
Review: Well I haven't used these gloves much, but I've found they have about the same amount of protection as the Dye gloves except they deliver it in a better package. The first thing that I noitced was the knuckle area which expands as you flex your fingers (if you don't know what i mean, think NASA spacesuit gloves, the pockets in knuckle area). I will NOT have to cut the finger tips of like i had to on the dye gloves as these are nice and form fitting while protective and not bulky. So far I've only taken an indirect hit to the back of the hand from about 25 feet and you still feel it, but no bruises/marks/blood. Very very breatheable and comfortable to wear (even has breathable synthetic leather palm). Tthey look really good!

Essentially it's the only glove that offers significant protection while delivering it in a package that makes it feel like you're not wearing gloves.

I haven't had a chance to see how long they last yet as I've only had them for about a month, so I can't comment legitamately on reliability for now.
Conclusion: Go grab the red ones, they look the nicest.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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