An absolute must for the game. The only way to play at your best is to know you're protected, and the 2004 Proto Glove has got your back. No-seam microfiber palm gives the best in protection from the elements and durability. The internal padded palm only adds to the long life span and your comfort level. Compression form molding not only makes these gloves some of the best looking, but it's also been known to get a bounce or two. Microinjection logos keep each one of your itchy trigger fingers tickling the trigger with the greatest of ease.
The Proto Gloves are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
I am wearing these while typing this review!They are very good quality gloves for the money(I would advise ordering online if you can its cheaper).Taking hand shots wont be as bad NOW!I mean these gloves are very sexy looking too!I am going to tell my whole team to get these gloves.Also since it is a sub-product of Dye you pretty much know that they're going to be a pretty good gloves!Peace out Ya'll!
I would recommend these gloves to anyone because I know I can take a handshot and still be fine and could still play for the rest of the day!
Does'nt have the desired apperrance of Dye or Empire gloves.
When I got mine at a pro shop in Gorgia I already noticed some strengths. First of all they are relativly cheap. About 10 bucks cheaper than the other leading brands(dye,empire).That counts when your on a tight budget.When you put the gloves on they just feel good.they have good protection too. there are padds on every joint and knuckle. Plus they grip good too. I am staying with the grips my gun came with because they grip so good. I know preformance overules looks,but a pro might choose somthing else. Don't get me wrong, they look good but they might not appeal to pros.
great glove ,cheap, reliable,feels good. Has good looks just not as flashy as empire or dye.this glove has no problems, I give it a 10
nike football gloves-i just used these untill i got my protos
does this matter?
These gloves rock! Ilove these, they look great and fit perfectly, the pads are positioned well. I picked these up for 30 dollars and I'm proud of my purchase, once when i played I got hit in the hand(I wasn't wearing gloves)and my hands started gushing out blood but with these gloves you can barely even tell when you get hit in the hand.
I reccomend these gloves to everyone, they are insane
I didn't really need Proto gloves since i previously bought Dye gloves but whatever. When one pair wears out, i'll have another pair lying around.
The padding & rubbery grip is similar to the Dye gloves (which is good) but the Proto ones fit a little better & are a bit more stylish. However, there is no venting whatsoever on these gloves. Plus, there is no extra padding on the lower palm for those who like diving hand-first.
Overall, these are good gloves for the price. if you don't have the money for Dye gloves, these would be a nice substitute.
Not really, pinky slightly long on me but everyones different.
Offer more protection than either of the other two. the plastic pads are larger than the grind's or teh jt's and the overall padding of the glove is enough to keep your hands from getting cut up. leather palm with silicone grips. it flexes pretty well, and although most goves hinder your walking ability a bit i couldnt find too much of a difference with the gloves on. dye quality with a cheaper price.
If you need gloves, get these
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 5th, 2005 at 10:06 pm PST
14 in Smart Parts All American
Evolution2 loader with y board
68 CI 3000 PSI Nitro duck fiber wrapped HPA Tank
Look cool as hell
None really... they dont wash my car for me...
I got these becuase I was sick of my harback gloves... I got em pretty cheap... about 25 bucks... and havent regretted it. I got the black and red kind... they look awesome... they fit perfectly... I love the palms, and my hands arent sweaty at all when I take them off. They dont have the super high tech laser guided, nuclear blah blah whatever the dye gloves have... but theyre alot cheaper... and they serve their purpose. Nuff said.
C.A.M.D electric Frame
14 inch Dye Xcel barrel/ 12 inch View Loader
ACS delrin bolt
4 set shockteck Spring Kit
32* remote Line
Ricochet AK hopper
16 Co2 on/off
Protects Your Hand
3 Types of colors
Well theirs really not much to say eventhough these are kind of my first logo type gloves their pretty cool, one time i got shot right in my nuckle (right hand) and u know what i didnt felt anything i was amazed!!! well their proto and good brand 3 types of colors many sizez also.
In conclusion these gloves rock and come in different sizez and 3 types of color if i recall correctly. Buy these gloves dont spend to much money on DYE eventhough its a better brand but if your on a low budget get these.
I paid $30.00 for these gloves new. It's a very nice glove for the price. The stitching on the inside is very rough. the fit could be better.
These gloves don't have the comfort or fit that my old DYE's have. On the other hand they are $15 to $20 bucks cheaper than DYE's.
Bottom line. Glove are a personal thing. What fits you may not fit me. Try them on and buy them if you like them.
I'm giving them a 8 because I think the stitching could be better on the inside.
Shocker SFT, All American barrel, Ricochet AK, 68ci 4500psi tank,
Offers good protection and padding
Grip is pretty good
has ventilation only on back
when it is washed, it BLEEDS BAD
They fit well and look cool, but i have noticed that they bleed black ink when washed, so DON'T put them in washing machine. You have to wash them by hand. There is no ventilation in the palm and fingers, only on the back of the hand, which seems kind-of pointless.
However, they do offer good protection - when shot in the fingers, i used to get cut by the paintballs. Now, the padding and cushions on the glove protects from cuts and bruises. The palm of the gloves is soft but grips well, which is kind of cool. i got mine for about $30 - which seems like a reasonable price
a pretty good set of gloves that are good-all-round. a reasonable price and sold at a lot of places. But because its bleeds bad im going to give it a 8
WGP 2k4 Vert Feed Autococker
12" CP 1 Piece
68/3000 PMI pure energy
Protects hands VERY well
They tend to get a little scratchy after the first half hour or so.
These gloves are worth buying as they protect your hands very well. In a speedball or woods game taking a shot to the knuckles really hurts. If it's happened to you, you know what I'm talking about. These gloves prevent that.
The only weakness I found was that the inside of these gloves is not very padded and is a little scratchy because of the knuckle guards.
All in all this was worth buying, but I would suggest buying a cheap pair of glove linings to go under them.