Model Name: Prime Pro 02 Black/Green Hybrid Cut
Finger Protection/Saver: Yes available when you select Yes Finger save
Gloves Packing: Kadoora Bag with zip entrance and loop hook
Colour: Black / Neon Green
Stitching: Finnest Cotton Thread reinforced stitching
Wrist Closure: Latex Strap with adjustable Velcro Point for nice fit
Bandage: 9cm Elastic bandage
Front Palm: 4 mm Giga Grip( top latex in the world) Hybrid cut
Backckhand : 4 mm Special Soft Latex + 10 mm NFU ultimate Foam Padding inside to feel comfort and grip
This GK Saver “Prime Pro 02 black/Green Hybrid special cut ” Football Goalkeeper Gloves are made with German latex Palm which makes it long lasting and well griped in almost all weathers conditions. Special Soft latex Backhand foam provides reliable impact protection and comfortable Control over the ball .Special top quality latex on the palm with high standard hybrid fingers ,Micro dryfit mesh body and breathable finger sides for fresh air transaction and fresh feel goalkeeping experience for longer sessions as well . Wrist-around wristband provide comfort and an adjustable fit.
Name Personalization: Available on selection . It should be around 8 characters. During the checkout Process write a note to seller for personalization or send us separate message regarding name personalization. It is customer’s first priority to send name to us for name personalization straight after his purchase with name pursonalization option and if we do not received the name then we will send order without name personalizaed and later no refund will be issued against non personalized item. please send name straight away after your purchase .
Age and Sizes Suitability:
These are the standard sizes for age groups in kids.
Size 4 (age 5 to 6 years)
Size 5 (age 7 to 8 years)
Size 6 (age 9 to 11 years)
Size 7 (age 12 to 13 years )
Gloves Guide Size Chart :
Goalkeeper glove sizing is a very individual thing. We all have personal preferences to the way we want our gloves to fit and feel. As a general rule (some goalkeepers may prefer their gloves tighter or loser fitting) I measure my hand from the tip of the middle finger to the base of the palm. I then add on a cm to take into consideration the thickness of the latex padding and lining used in the gloves
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Note : Glove can be 1cm big or small according to design and layout and production reason .international standard difference can be around 1 cm in each size .
Size Guide: We follow standard size chart like other big brands , however if you are not sure about your hand size then please contact us before buying any size . Any purchase with name personalized can not be returned for refund due to size issue so better is to consult size if you are not sure of your hand size .
Gloves Care Instructions: To get the maximum grip and life from your goalkeeper gloves you should take the following key steps:
- Before using your new gloves for the first time pre-wash them and dry naturally in accordance with the washing instructions below. This will ensure you get the maximum grip when in use.
- During use damp the palms of the gloves with water in order to get the best possible grip and durability from the latex palm.
- After use, before doing anything ensure you wash them and leave to dry naturally – leaving latex to dry out will make it brittle, affecting durability and grip.
- STEP 1 | PRE WASH
BEFORE EVERY USE IT IS BEST PRACTICE TO PRE-WASH YOUR GLOVES. FILL A BASIN OF COOL WATER WITHOUT ANY SOAP OR DETERGENT. GENTLY WASH YOUR GOALKEEPER GLOVES FOR 5-10 MINUTES. I NORMALLY WEAR MY GLOVES WHILE DOING THIS AS I PERSONALLY FEEL THE BEST RESULTS ARE ACHIEVED BY RUBBING MY HANDS TOGETHER, ALLOWING THE LATEX TO ABSORB THE WATER SEVERAL TIMES.
- STEP 2 |DRYING PREPARATION
RINSE THE GLOVES USING COLD WATER THEN SQUEEZE ANY EXCESS.
- STEP 3 |DRYING
LEAVE THE GLOVES TO AIR / DRY NATURALLY – DO NOTTUMBLE DRY OR PLACE ON RADIATORS
- STEP 4 |PRE MATCH & TRAINING
THE PALMS OF YOUR GLOVES SHOULD BE DAMP AT THE STARTOF EACH MATCH & TRAINING SESSION.
Do not dry the gloves.
- on a radiator
- in front of a fire
- in a tumble dryer
- using a hair dryer
- using an iron
- using an airing cupboard
- in direct sunlight
- by “wringing” them out
All of the above can cause the gloves to lose natural moisture turning them dry and brittle.