Hey everyone, I would like to welcome you all back to my sports and fitness blog. I am going to be trying out for an adult soccer team near me next week, and I hope to make the team as the goalkeeper. I really don’t like playing soccer at all, but if I play goalkeeper it isn’t too bad as I get to stand around for most of the match. It’s been years since I’ve played, so I went over to https://www.easyprices.com/ and took a look at the best goalkeepers gloves they have. I ended up buying a couple pairs to try out myself since they were cheap enough to try them all. Take a look at my findings below for the next time you are in the market for goalkeeper gloves.
Umbro Goalkeeper Gloves
I had never heard of Umbro before, so I talked to my friend who plays in MLS about them and he raved for 10 minutes about how amazing they are. I bought a pretty cheap pair online at https://www.easyprices.com/fashion/umbro-goalkeeper-gloves-cheap and so far they are pretty good. The seams don’t feel fragile, the leather is strong enough to protect your hands and the straps don’t move around too much. The only issue I have is that the leather might actually be too strong, as it can be difficult to move your fingers around. I also love the colors, these are vibrant enough for fans to see on the sidelines.
Adidas Goalkeeper Gloves
Now these are gloves that I recognize. I have worn Adidas clothing and sports equipment my whole life, so I felt pretty comfortable wearing these gloves. When I was looking at some cheap Adidas gloves at https://www.easyprices.com/fashion/adidas-goalie-gloves-cheap I saw so many different types of gloves that I almost didn’t know what one to choose, so I found some reviews at http://www.adidas.com/us/soccer-gloves that has helped me pick the ones for me. I chose the Pro Gloves, which have a great snug fit and some very sticky points to help catch the ball better.
Nike Goalkeeper Gloves
Now I really didn’t think I needed to get Nike gloves to try out, but after seeing the sweet ones that Arsenal’s goalkeeper was wearing I had to check them out. They are pretty amazing gloves, but personally I think that they are too thin to be used in a large field game. I tried them out with a friend who has a pretty big leg and my hands were blistered after just 25 minutes. So the gloves look sexy, but they don’t work as well.
Are there any soccer aficionados out there that think I missed some great goalkeeper gloves? If so, be sure to leave a comment below and tell me what I should be looking at. I hope you all enjoyed this post today, I really enjoyed writing it and testing all these gloves out. I am off for a bit more training right now, so I will speak to you all again soon. Have a great day.