They are comfortable and have lots of padding. They come in different colors and are very breathable. There are grips on the trigger fingers that make it easy to grip the trigger. I have been shot twice in the hand and it didnt hurt at all with these on. These gloves are very durable.
Nothing much. They paint kinda stains when u get hit but it goes away after time.
These gloves are a must buy and you can find them for a decent price on some sites. They are very good gloves and they are comfortable. I would recommend to buy these or the DYE or JT ones.
They are very comfrontable, Have enough padding to take some of the sting out of hand shots. Good ventilation for those hot days. I was also happy with the trigger feel through the gloves.
Now for the bad, The tore out the very first game I played. One of the seams started to seperate and as I played it kept getting worse. So I am now going to have to sew my brand new glove back together.
Other than falling apart right away, nice pair of gloves. BUT I would never buy them again. I give them a 3 just because if they would stay together they would prob be nice.
I have used generic camo stretch gloves & Dye Core Precision gloves. 32 Degrees Paint Pro does not rank in my top gloves selections.
I have a 32 Degrees Smart Parts Impulse w/Freak Barrel system (12" green Freak front, 14" green All American front, and 14" black Freak front), Freak factory bolt, Eclipse trigger, Kapp drop-forward, Kapp on/off valve, Dye sticky grips, Smart Parts tapeworm, Smart Parts Twister feed, Viewloader 12V Revolution, and Crossfire 68ci/4500 tank.
The looks of the glove are impressive. This, along with the reasonable price, were the main factors in why I purchased the gloves. They appear as if they would be a great buy. They were reasonably comfortable as well. Although, I am not too certain about the added grip on the forefingers (it did not allow me to shoot any faster).
After 2 weekends, the gloves started to come apart. I would not expect this kind of wear on a product that was not heavily used or that old. The first pair of gloves I owned, which were generic camo gloves, lasted 1 year +. On the 3rd weekend I noticed some threads coming loose and some of the above mentioned grip starting to come apart.
I would recommend not buying these gloves. They do not hold up under pressure very well and they would be a waste of your $30.
They ummm look kinda cool, comfortable when they are intact
Practically everything, they are bulky, lack sufficient velcro to form a snug fit. They fell apart after one ngiht of use in indoor. The biggest waste of money on gloves that i have ever spent, the seams are already comeing apart, started when i first used them, and i have used them twice.