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.
The fit is awesome, very comfy, they stretch with every movement very well.
The die seems to make its mark on your hands, we all have soap right?
These gloves I would say are worth every penny I paid for them.
I have been using the cheap 1-3 dollar gloves you can only find at your finest gas station.
They look sweet! Plus I have the Proto Switch mask...(its not how good you play, its how good you look when you play.....right!)
The only negative they might have is the palm has no rubber grib or something similar for you out there that like that.
But for me the palm is great, cause I can feel everything.
If your thinking about getting these....dont hesitate!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 2nd, 2004 at 9:59 pm PST
They are a little tight only on the inner parts of the gloves on my hand where ill have a imprint of the designs for a couple minutes. These looks great, feel great, a division of dye products.Has good overall protection and are really comfy. I definatly think they were worth 35 dollars. only reason for putting imprints on my hand is bc their L, where XL would be a little looser, but fingers would be longer which i would have to cut them off which i dont want to do.I like the blue color its really purty.
So that can be a + or - depending on size of fingers and hand...
About the only things i have to complain about after alot of use with them, and also i use them when 4 wheeling and lifting and whatever else. Is when my hands sweat from playing my hands turn black when i take them off. stitching has held up great though, no rips yet. alot of wear on the palm and stuff when holding on things u can tell theyve been used when looking at them. Still very nice gloves though.
Overall great glove and its a division of dye, i got the blue ones, really sexay. good protection, costs could be steep at places for price wise.I think 35 was a excellent deal
SO SO nice, go out and buy them now, just hope your hands dont turn black like mine :p its no biggy i just wash it off
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 16th, 2004 at 11:11 am PST