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Goalkeeper Glove Cut Guide

ROLL FINGER CUT

Roll finger goalkeeper gloves are one of the most popular and traditional cuts currently available. They are named "roll finger" due to the fact that the backhand is connected to the palm and does not use gussets. The result is the latex rolled/curved around the fingers which provides great latex contact with the ball, but is not as snug or tight as a feel in comparison to negative cut gloves, or hybrids that use negative. While it does provide a comfortable feel, some may view it as a slightly larger or "bulkier" cut vs negative type gloves.


ERGO NEGATIVE CUT

Ergo Negative cut goalkeeper gloves are rolled around the fingertips for a tight fit, best ball control and maximized latex-to-ball contact area. An outer-seam construction in the lower finger parts offers an ergonomic fit, breathability, softness and flexibility.They use a single piece of latex attached to the backhand via gussets, the stitching/gussets are inside the glove. This provides a much tighter and snug fit with control on the ball that is more "true" to your hand. Due to this, gloves utilising this type of cut will wear slightly quicker than roll finger for example.

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