News flash: the female hand is not built like the male hand. In fact, it’s different in four distinct ways: the female hand is more narrow, has a shorter pinky finger, has a longer thumb, and has closer-in-length pointer and ring fingers. To ensure that females get the best fit out of their goalkeeper gloves, Keepher Soccer makes female-specific gloves so women no longer have to wear gloves designed for men. Let’s take a look at the different models the brand currently has on offer.
1. Adira Pro Match Glove
Their most recent glove model, the Adira Pro (in Hebrew, Adira means a female who is great, mighty, and powerful) features a neoprene construction for a comfortable and flexible fit on hand. A negative cut ensures a snug fit in the fingers while 3.5mm of Giga Grip palm latex allows you to hold onto every shot with ease while not sacrificing on durability. A double wrap wrist strap provides security and support in the wrist area. They’re available to purchase here.
2. Nemow Pro Match Glove
One of the brand’s most popular glove models, the Nemow Pro is equipped with professional level Contact latex so you can grab onto every ball safely and securely. A hybrid cut between flat and roll finger gives you a comfortable fit in the fingers while five removable fingersaves ensure your fingers don’t hyperextend during play. A double wrap wrist strap allows you to achieve a tight and secure fit in the wrist area while the air mesh body and soft latex backhand enhances breathability and comfort of the gloves. They’re available to purchase here.
3. Hera Match Glove
Women were not allowed to participate in the first Olympics; therefore, the Hereaen games were created and dedicated to the goddess Hera. This glove is dedicated to all female goalkeepers who choose to play such a demanding position. It features 3.5mm of turf/hard ground latex, a latex that’s extra durable for competing and training on turf or hard ground. The Hera also features a negative cut, a double wrap wrist strap, a neoprene wristband, and five removable fingersaves. They’re available to purchase here.
4. Duenna Match Glove
The Duenna match glove is a tribute to all women that choose to protect the net for their team. It’s equipped with a snug-fitting negative cut, 3.5mm of Giga Grip latex (the latex is pink on one palm and yellow on the other), and a double wrap wrist strap for a secure fit. It also features five removable fingersaves to prevent hyperextension of the fingers. They’re available to purchase here.
5. APD Match Glove
Designed for the everyday goalkeeper who trains hard, plays hard, and rests hard, the APD glove comes equipped with a snug negative cut, a double wrap wrist strap, a comfy neoprene wristband, and five removable fingersaves. This glove also features 4mm of Giga Grip latex, a grippy yet durable latex that performs well in all weather conditions. They’re available to purchase here.
6. Cynisca Match Glove (Purple)
Cynisca was a Spartan princess warrior, so this glove allows you to battle and be graceful at the same time. Featuring a roll finger cut and 4mm of Giga Grip latex, the Cynisca offers a secure fit in the palm and a great grip in all weather conditions. This glove is also equipped with a double wrap wrist strap, a neoprene wristband, and five removable fingersaves. They’re available to purchase here.
7. Cynisca Match Glove (Blue)
Last but not least, the Cynisca blue features the same visual design as the Cynisca purple, but in different colors. Where the Cynisca purple is decked out in purple and black, the Cynisca blue is decked out in blue and pink. It’s equipped with a snug negative cut, 4mm of Giga Grip latex, a double wrap wrist strap, a neoprene wristband, and five removable fingersaves. They’re available to purchase here.
Are you a female goalkeeper? Are you annoyed with having to wear gloves designed for males? The team at The Soccer Reviews highly recommends checking out Keepher Soccer; we’ve had female testers try out their goalkeeper gloves and they’ve had nothing but great things to say about them. You can read our Nemow Pro review here and you can check out Keepher’s YouTube channel here.