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The One Glove Geo Flux Goalkeeper Gloves

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Goalkeeper Gloves
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GEO102
$45.00
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The One Glove Geo Flux has an all weather latex that provides good grip in wet weather as well as removable finger protection.

Palm

4mm Aqua Latex

Finger Protection

Yes, hassle free removable finger spines

Backhand

Beautiful 3D embossing creates the most unique backhand to date with mesh body to allow for breathability. The GEO Flux features  a vibrant fluo yellow and green fade detailing on the backhand.

Cut

True negative cut with double wrap thumb. The negative cut is an excellent cut option for those goalkeepers who like a snug fit. The cut makes it feel as though the gloves are custom made for your hand. 

Closure

New "MidSplit" strap combines the comfort of latex straps, with additional adjustment for fans of elasticated stretch straps - the best of both worlds.

User

Game or practice glove for all goalkeepers

Conditions

Excels in wet weather and performs brilliantly in dry conditions when the palm is kept damp.

Additional Information

Color: Fluo Yellow and Green

 

Recent Reviews
The One Glove Geo Flux Goalkeeper Gloves 4 out of 5 based on 2 rating(s). 2 user review(s).
5 out of 5
By Cesar on May 2017

Really great gloves for a great price. As long as you keep the gloves damp during use the grip will remain great

4 out of 5
By Dave on May 2017

I play keep for an intramural co-ed soccer league where we play on turf once a week. I've had the One Glove's Invictus gloves for over a year and really loved them. I still can't believe they held up for over a year. But this time, I wanted to try their new gloves with the negative cut for better fit. After one game, I'm pretty impressed. I made a diving save where my right glove's palm scraped the turf but it didn't damage the latex which was great. The fit feels pretty nice. Better than the Invictus. Just note that there's no fingersave protection in the thumbs. Invictus gloves do however. Not a deal-breaker for me. The latex, even when damp, wasn't as grippy as I had hoped. But I liked the 4mm latex as opposed to the 3mm latex on the Invictus. Definitely noticeable when making a quick palm save which helps to absorb the impact. And these new wrist straps weren't as good as the double straps found in the Invictus. I find myself constantly adjusting for that right fit. But overall, very happy with the gloves so far. We'll see how long they last. For $50, it's a steal.