How to Choose
Your Goalkeeper Gloves
With an assortment of goalkeeping gloves to choose from, here’s a simple guide to determine which gloves are the best for you.
By Skill Level
Outfit your kid with a pair of First model goalkeeping gloves before letting him or her take to the field.
This pair of First model goalkeeper gloves for kids is coated in synthetic latex, which wears slower when diving.
For teens and adults, we recommend the F100 Adult Goalkeeper Gloves which combine a latex palm and a rip-tab fastening strap.
For Regular Training
Ideally, the gloves should come with durable velcro straps (fastened at the wrist) and elasticated wrists.
This type of gloves is also better adapted to your hand shape, where a preformed latex palm will allow your hand to fit snugly into your gloves. It will also help you catch the ball more easily.
The F100 and F500 models feature all these benefits combined into one. (For kids, check out the F100 and F500 models.)
For Competitive Play
Our F900 Finger Protect gloves feature double Velcro fastening for optimal support as well as EU compliant finger locking to protect against impact.
The Finger Protect feature is essential for protection against hard shots, with protection namely for the thumb and fingers.
Block, catch and punch the ball with ease with our goalkeeper gloves designed for a comfortable and intensive playing experience on the field.
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