Introducing the 2004 JT® Pro Series™ Gloves. WE just keep getting better with our innovation! The all-new Slider's palm has been ergonomically designed to increase the longevity of your glove and placed strategically on the heel of your palm. The silicon grip zones insure the greatest grip to marker ratio possible. Once you try these on you will find that all other gloves pale in comparison. From the one-piece palm designed for enhanced feel, to the Lycra stretch zones, which add unbelievable flexibility. Injection molded impact resistant pads on the knuckles and back of the hand round out the build and the new "Diamond" design is a heavy metal creation designed for the hardcore paintball player.
The JT Pro Series Gloves are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
I bought my JT pro series glives at my local pro shop for $30 which is a little expensive for gloves but I figures they where priced that way for a reason. I liked the looks of them and when I tried them on I really liked the fit. It was not uncomfertly snug but wasnt baggy. It was just right. I also liked the grips which proved exalant for long senaro games. The only thing I didnt like abought these gloves is that they started getting rips after about the 7th or 8th week of playing. I didnt think that was good for a $30 glove but it suited me good. Would recomend for who is willing to pay the price.
A little costly for something that riped quickly but good grip and comfert
No stitches on the joints in your fingers. Good walking camibility
I love them my dad bought them for him and i use them insted of him. They are easy to walk fast in. They are light and small. They have what feels like a artificial leather palm for optimal grip. Over all these golves are great and I have yet to find another pair like them.
some cheap jt half fingers and mechanics gloves, dye c6
phyco ballistics double trigger
32 degrees whisper
32 degrees universal drop forward
32 degrees gel grips
Good grip on the palm and trigger fingers
Nothing really there pretty good
I bought these in june and have used them ever sense the rubber shells on the fingers are really nice they give a little protection if you get hit in the fingers. grip in the palm gives good grip on your gun and trigger. they dont constrict your motion at all its like there not even on.
If your looking for a good pair of gloves with out spending 50 bucks on dyes or empires these are nice
Let me start out by saying, these are nice gloves, nice protection, except around the fingers and thumb, but no big deal there, comes in a wide reange of colors, and the palm had nice grip. the mesh on the outside, somehow aggitates my hand a little bit, again no big deal.
88ci/4500psi smart parts nitro
too many other parts to list
Good protection on outside of hand
Not enough trigger feel
I feel that they are a good glove. Not as good as my dyes but when u factor in the price they are definitely worth it. I had to cut the two trigger fingers off but i think i do that more out of habit now than necessity. I have been playing for a while now and have cut the fingers off of more than half a dozen pairs of gloves now.
I think that this is a great product no matter what playing level or experience u r at right now. JT has always made good products and these are no exception.
Ive had my gloves for about a month and i really really like them. Ive used some old weightlifting gloves that were heavy and poorly padded and i thought i would get the same from these, but i was wrong. They fit well, they look awesome, there well padded, and they have this slide pad on the palm for when i dive. I havent had them for long, but i really like them so far.
-Dye Boomstick & J&J Edge Kit
-Rat valve with shocktech spring kit. (Operating Pressure at 140psi)
-Shocktech supafly bolt
-Free flow ram
-Evolution II hopper
-88cu 4500psi (about 2.4k shots with this tank!)
Mix of materials
kevlar on palms for sliding
I got a pair of these for $35 at my local shop. I saw the dye c4's for 30 which I should have gotten but they didnt have the proper size!!!
Well these gloves are very well made. The mix of materials are perfect for any type of player. The only recomendation I would give to anyone with a electronic trigger is cut the tips of the indext and middle finger. The gloves dont offer too much protection but its better than getting hit without it.
The gloves washes out paint very easily after a hard day's worth of play.
Only thing I dont like about these are the different design patters. Looks like there are some sort of gears or clockworks which makes it look kind of messy or childish when the c4's are straight forward clean and simple. (my .02)
Overall, they do what they are supposed to but the design and the price really killed the taste. 8 suites the pair of gloves better.
Red NDZ Feedneck and ASA
CP two piece
NDZ Saw trigger
Vented, padded, grippy, very comfy
None so far
So I've used them for a little longer now, and cut the tips off, they hav e lost a little of the grippyness, but nothing you can't handle. So I got these for ~$35 great gloves I recommend getting these if you have the cash to spare. I also like how they look, they look great.
I recommend these to anyone who has the money to spend.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 18th, 2006 at 10:59 am PST
Blackstar pull gloves (the perfect glove)
dye c4(great but pulls are better these are a bit better then jt gloves)
check it slip on feed neck
Very nice ventalation
Easy to find at shops
The rubber makes the glove joints stiff
uglyer then my BS pulls
well i was using my lil bros and my freinds and they do thier job really well although i dont like the rubber joints it made it harder to pull my trigger and they seem a bit more bulkyer then my BS pulls (thier both the same size). they didnt come with stickers like my pulls gloves did. and i dont like jt jersyes gloves and pants too much. i dont know to omuch about the 2004 model but those are prob better
buy em if you like jt and have 25 bucks other wize save 10 more bucks and get blackstar pulls. it prob deseves a 9 but i dont like Jt things too much not counting the proflex mask. (sorry JT fans) the lens wiper blade on the thumb dosent work that well.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 18th, 2005 at 8:02 pm PST