Designed and endorsed by MLS veteran goalkeeper Jon Busch, these goalkeeper gloves from High Performance Goalkeeping aren’t just for the pros. Featuring a grippy Contact latex palm, a negative cut, a lightweight latex backhand, and an extended latex palm, these gloves are well-qualified for match play.
The first model in Lupos’s goalkeeper glove lineup lacks a proper title, but that doesn’t stop this glove from competing with the big goalkeeping brands for the best training glove title. Equipped with 4mm of Giga Grip Latex on the palm, unremovable fingersaves, a Soft Latex backhand, a roll finger cut and a price of $34 USD, these gloves are a bargain and are perfect for training.
An outstanding glove from new goalkeeping brand Prime Focus Goalkeeping, the Locus Pro has everything a goalkeeper could want in a goalkeeper glove for just $60. A high quality latex palm coupled with breathable mesh, a latex backhand, fingersaves, and a snug-fitting expanse cut makes the Locus Pro a glove equipped with all the necessities and nothing more.