# icro fiber embossed thumb panels so you can buff up or remove any unwanted splatter from your lenses without scratching them
# Freedom style shooting fingers with the protection of a full feature glove
# Reverse wrist closure- these gloves actually allow you to bend back your hand easier no matter what position you are shooting from
# Knuckle gel pads sewn in for the ultimate impact protection.
# Medical Velcro closure with gusset- keeping the gloves on and the dirt out
# Clarino Palm- not only is this one of the best feeling thin palm materials, but it won't turn your hands the same color as your gloves
# Lycra hinged fingers and thumb- again we know how important it is for you to become one with your marker. We took every consideration in flex, especially in the thumb to make sure you don't even realize you have gloves on
# Silicone palm- it's like superglue on your hands. Paintball can be a messy sport and we don't want you dropping your marker out there.
# Kevlar reinforced palm pads where you need it most. Sliding? Go ahead put your hand down.
The Empire Empire LTD Glove Black ZN is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
05 Proto Matrix. Tech-T Bolt And Tophat Spacers, Tadao Board, Feather Lite Micro-Switch, Critical Trigger, CP Pro Barrel, Dye Sticky Grips, CP Regulator, Dye Low Pressure Bolt Cap, Hybrid Rail, Hybrid Quarter Turn ASA.
The microfiber palm and fingers are the best thing ever for wiping your lens clean.
The finger seams rip out.
The finger seams ripped out in 4 uses on my gloves and 2 uses on my friends gloves. The microfiber palm and fingers are the best thing ever for wiping your lens clean. The Kevlar palms are nice if you are Superman diving. We are both in out 40's, the gloves were cared for by adults, Neither one of us has ever Superman dived, so there was no excuse for these gloves to rip out, under gentle use.
I would not recommend any $45.00 item that falls apart so quickly under normal use. Stay away from these gloves!
1 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 23rd, 2009 at 9:46 pm PST