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.
they are comfortable. at first I though the seem along the inside of the fingers (especially the index finger) was gonna be uncomfortable, but give it a little while not too long and you wont notice it they just need to be broken it a little. I got mine for $25 hell yeah
not too much I was impressed, I dont think you can actually "feel through them" too well but that makes no difference
Everything they feel great on your hand
They keep your hands warm when its cold and cool when it hot
They have a great grip that never slips off the trigger
They look cool
They have pads in the right spots
Some crummy armour back gloves, tried on even crummier brass eagle ones, neither came close to comparing
Custom98 with rocket cock, 12oz with anti-siphon, 12v revvy, RT Trigger, dye stickies, 12" All American Barrel
VERY comfy- they're nice and stetchy, with lots of padding in all the right spots (like the side of your thumb and forefinger, seems strange at first but hold your marker and WOW)
Stylish- lots of colors, i got the olive and it matches my JT Jersey perfectly
Protection- The tough rubber on the back of the hand and the strips of rubber along the bottom half of your finger protect very well
addition comfort thing- apparently has "memory foam" I just got it last week and haven't noticed it yet but it probably needs wearing in
-well, not much, about the only thing i can think of is that the rubber protection on the back part of the hand doesn't cover the whole backhand, and although there is still padding there I'm sure getting hit there would hurt more than the rubber,(i still doubt it would hurt much) but this is only a tiny spot on your hand and getting hit there would take a miracle
comfy, stylish, helps give a good grip on your marker, protects your hand very well, what more can you ask? I'm giving this a 10 because not only did it fulfill my expectations, if exceeded them.
adrenalin angel lcd, rt pro, a.i.r. system, warp feed, deluxe freak kit anodized to match my angel
everything, i don't know what that other guy was talking about saying that brass eagle is better then jt and everything. i don't know what kind of brass eagle stuff your using buddy, but its not the same brass eagle i know . these gloves kick.
They are supple, fit a range of +- one hand size due to stretchiness, seams and layers are placed where they do not interfere with shooting.
Available in a variety of colours (including olive for camo)
Good protection without compromising fit or feel
Palm is padded for holding a handle
Logo is fairly unobtrusive
Does not interfere with holding a marker or pulling a trigger at all
Far nicer palm than the 2001 model
Spandex offers a nice feel on back, while leather and padding offers protection to palms for falling down or sliding your hands over trees, etc
Very pricey for gloves ($70 CDN)
Has a logo on it (I don't like logos)
The Premiere line is getting worse (the 2001's are lower quality)
Seams on fingertips inhibit feel (not a big deal for shooting, but a pain for other things... but so what? take them off to clean your marker or eat a hotdog)
The 2000's have a better palm on them than the 2001's, and seem to be sewn together more durably. The way to identify them is that the leather on the 2001's is fairly smooth, while on the 2001's it has little spots like a leopard that are slightly recessed (not on the pads, on the glove itself).
I'm going to be proud to wear these, they sure cost a lot. But I personally preferred the fit to any other full-fingered glove I could find, including the JT Tactical. Besides, when it's cold out, and you get shot in the finger, it's a bizatch and these will really help.
Good ass gloves offers protection and they feel great, one of the best gloves i bought, if you cant afford the tacticals get the premiere there about the same not much diffrence just the price. good fits comes in kids, small, medium , large , and x large. gives good grip to your gun.
well they caould offer more protection fir the back of the glove. thats all
well all in all the glove is one of the best productsi have reviewed. i suggest all paintballer newbies and pro alike to get theses gloves.
-could have a little more protection on the back of the hand... the area around the thumb is very open
-VELCRO? Come on... for what these cost, they should have snaps on the wrist. Velcro gets dirty very easily and looses its grip
-a little pricey unless you buy mail order
Pretty nice gloves, but not perfect. Buy hey, what is? Good investment if you play a lot. Won't improve your game much, but look great.