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New pattern and breaks for improved flexibility.







Ventilator lining.







Breathable mesh gussets and palm.







Single density closed cell foam backhand and fingers.







Designed for developing players.















Ratings & Reviews

Based on 3 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

Ups and Downs

by - verified purchaser From PA
Only downside i had with these was when i ran down the side (i play close d and fogo) and got my hand broken from a direct check from a middy. Loved them in highschool because no one hit that hard though. Great for upcoming players
Pros:
Great flexability, no break in period at all. great for a defensive player not getting his hands hit all them time
Cons:
Not very good protection

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Brine Uprising (Used for Bike Polo, not Lacrosse)

by - verified purchaser From MADISON, WI
Flexible, sufficient protection (in polo), looks good, and affordable.
Pros:
Soft palm, very flexible (unlike hockey gloves, (often used in polo) which can restrict your ability to fully straighten/slightly hyperextend your fingers, something I find very helpful when rotating the mallet). Lightweight, affordable.
Cons:
Pad on the pointer fingers tend to gravitate onto the side of my finger instead of remaining on top, but I'll deal with it. Palm could perhaps use some reinforcement.

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Fits like a glove

by - verified purchaser From WASHINGTON, DC
Recommend them for anyone trying their first pair, and definitely worth the price.
Pros:
Durable and breathes on the inside. I did not have gloves before when playing street hockey so this is a great improvement.
Cons:
None that I currently can see.

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Ratings & Reviews

Based on 3 Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

Ups and Downs

by - verified purchaser From PA
Only downside i had with these was when i ran down the side (i play close d and fogo) and got my hand broken from a direct check from a middy. Loved them in highschool because no one hit that hard though. Great for upcoming players
Pros:
Great flexability, no break in period at all. great for a defensive player not getting his hands hit all them time
Cons:
Not very good protection

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Brine Uprising (Used for Bike Polo, not Lacrosse)

by - verified purchaser From MADISON, WI
Flexible, sufficient protection (in polo), looks good, and affordable.
Pros:
Soft palm, very flexible (unlike hockey gloves, (often used in polo) which can restrict your ability to fully straighten/slightly hyperextend your fingers, something I find very helpful when rotating the mallet). Lightweight, affordable.
Cons:
Pad on the pointer fingers tend to gravitate onto the side of my finger instead of remaining on top, but I'll deal with it. Palm could perhaps use some reinforcement.

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Fits like a glove

by - verified purchaser From WASHINGTON, DC
Recommend them for anyone trying their first pair, and definitely worth the price.
Pros:
Durable and breathes on the inside. I did not have gloves before when playing street hockey so this is a great improvement.
Cons:
None that I currently can see.

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