The 2004 JT® Premiere Series™ Gloves have got a grip on the competition. The aggressive "Barbed wire" design combines our one-piece palm and the mesh double trigger fingers with silicon grip zones to give you an outstanding glove with unbeatable styling. Increased impact zones and full injection molded padding insures true protection for the core player.
The JT Premiere Series Gloves are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
love the comfort grip and the way it helps relive the tension in my fingers without slowing my fast trigger finger down.
took a bit of working out but once they got broke in...no problems
Not enough finger protection....I normally play backer on my team...but sometimes i get to play forward and even though I play tight things happen....and that means either a mask hit or whap!!!!! right on the unprotected finger part. the lower finger cover of the series 600 and 700 and power 2k provide more protection.
Little steep on the price....at 35 bucks I think JT could do better...but since Brass Eagle got hold of them the quality has really gone down hill fast.
If your into image...which I'm not....they are great....i traded mine off to a younger player for the night and went back to my power 2k gloves.
The price is a little high JT.....work on it okay??? we aren't all team avalanche or the all americans okay???
it fits snugly and smooth insiding. great design to go with the jersey. the velcro is on the underside, so it won't come off during play, and it sticks so sniping is kept quiet without having to readjust it.
the price seems almost as much as the jersey. the palm's "memory foam" is just padding that might've been better to have on the outside. the foam only gets a crease and fold that is the only thing that is "memory" because it stays there. the insides of the fingertips have that seam running along that sometimes gets right on the fingertip, that makes it uncomfortable. a good improvement would be to have different models such as one with the pointer-trigger finger halved, and another with the middle-trigger finger halved, to fit both doubel and single-fingered triggers.
pretty good if you have the funds. worth the price of missing games over busted knuckles.