Gloves prevent the player’s palm from hockey sticks and pucks. No matter you are an amateur or a professional you will have to use the gloves during your match. The pair of gloves that you choose depends upon few factors like Fit, Size, Protection, Mobility and Quality. When coming to fit it has three categories like Anatomical, snug or traditional. Few points have to be remembered while buying football gloves. There should be about ¼” of space in the fingertips and when you close your fingers into a fist the gloves should not stretch out the material connecting the palm to the glove at the fingertip. The wrist break should line up with the players wrist on the underside. The breaks in the fingers should be comfortable and should sit fairly on the knuckles. The good quality gloves will have articulated thumb, extra padding on the side of hand, wrist cuff flexible and protective, thicker and more durable on palm and stronger back padding. Check out some great gloves and take home the best one from Live Your Sport.
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