The T1TAN Alien Electro is an innovative, unique goalkeeper glove intended for game use. It features professional level materials such as Gecko Grip latex, a neoprene body, a latex abrasion zone, and more for an affordable price of around $70 USD. We put them through their paces to find out how they hold up in goal.
A new game glove from popular German goalkeeping brand T1TAN, the Blue Beast is equipped with professional level materials and offers a snug, second-skin fit. We put them to the test to see how they perform and if they’re worth the $70 price tag.
A good-looking, snug-fitting match glove, Aviata presents quite possibly their best goalkeeper glove yet. With an abundance of features such as Contact latex, a rubber punch pad, and, quite frankly, an entire glove that fits and acts like a sleeve, the Solar Burst Maestro V7 could be an excellent contender for your next pair of game gloves. Keep reading to find out if they’re the gloves for you.
Pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in creating new goalkeeper gloves, Aviata Sports have dropped their latest Stretta Maestro collection featuring a unique SideWinder cross wrap wrist strap, a pro-flow ultra mesh body, an ergo-flex punch pad, and a pro long cuff for a second skin fit. The Stretta Oro Maestro V7 sits atop the collection with a professional level Contact latex palm for an outstanding grip in all weather conditions. We put them to the test to see if they’re really worth boasting about.
NoetZ Glove Company doesn’t shy away from creating bold, unique looking goalkeeper gloves, and their latest AZUL glove is no exception. Equipped with removable finger spines, a lightweight neoprene backhand, and grippy Contact latex, these gloves were designed with the professional goalkeeper in mind, and, therefore, are perfect for games and elite level practices in all weather conditions. We put them through their paces to see how well they hold up in goal.
A recent release from Portuguese goalkeeping brand Insanity Gloves Co., the Chaos II comes equipped with a plethora of top-end features such as a rubber punch zone, memory foam, windstopper mesh, a Super Soft latex backhand, and internal silicone dots. They’re intended for games or elite level practices and cost around $51 per pair, already making them a bang for your buck. We put them through their paces to see how they hold up in goal.
A recent release from Canadian goalkeeping brand NGA Soccer, the Muralis Neon is designed for those who enjoy a tight-fitting, attention-grabbing goalkeeper glove. It comes equipped with top-end features such as Giga Grip latex, memory foam, and inner silicone dots for optimal grip inside the glove. Considering the high quality latex and the $63 price tag, they are intended for games or elite level practices. Keep reading to see if the Muralis Neon is the right goalkeeper glove for you.
A top-of-the-line game glove from Elite Sport, the Black Real features a roll finger cut, grippy Contact latex, and five removable finger spines. This goalkeeper glove is intended for use in all weather conditions and should be worn by those who want as much latex-to-ball contact as possible; but before you drop $85 on them, let’s find out how they perform between the sticks.
Worn by some of the world’s best goalkeepers, the Nike GK Premier SGT goalkeeper glove features a laser-etched latex palm among other unique features and is intended for match play. They’ve been on the market for a few years now so you can easily find a pair online for a discounted price; but before you go snagging a pair on sale, let’s find out how they perform to see if they’re even worth purchasing.
If there is a glove I highly recommend purchasing, it’s this one. Designed for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Reusch’s new limited edition goalkeeper glove features a bold colorway and G3 Fusion latex with durable and wet weather latexes sprinkled throughout. They also feature an evolution cut, a new wrist band area, breathable mesh, and a striking design for this summer’s hottest tournament.