wash them with a small amount of detergent to get deep dirt out on short cold wash, then put them on a prewash/ rinse.
It dont make them more grippy, just make them stay grippy from new- washing is a must for goalies
You can wash any glove, put them in the washing machine, no matter what they say, i do it every time i wear them, this prolongs there life, and keeps them grippy. Put them on a short wash with a small amount of detergent to get deep dirt out. They often say not to put them in the wash, but i wont do any harm at all, its because they want you to buy there glove wash products.
Both gloves offer excellent grip, but they're each designed with a different focus. The Pro Wash & Dry Lifting Gloves are designed for standard workouts, while the Men's Power Gloves are designed specifically for powerlifting.
The grip on all professionally made gloves is called latex, it is very grippy and is a long lasting material that is easily cleaned. The backhand can be made from many different materials. Parried
Tis grippy and causes mega friction
Sliding what? They could wear grippy shoes.
so their shoes are grippy
ok, i have had the same question. All wide reciever gloves are WICKED expensive. to make your own, they wont be NEAR as good as real ones, but you need duct tape "duck tape" and some regular gloves. Put YOUR hand in the glove. "you may need another perswon to help" and then take the DUCT tape and tape the sticky side onto the glove. The outside of the duct tape is grippy if you get the right kind. The only bad part of this is that, if you do it to tight around the fingers, you may not be able to squeeze you hands!
A type of plastic used for phone cases that has a slightly rubbery, "grippy" feel.
The ones with a flat, non grippy sole. Preferably Skate shoes.
You can step in a sugary drink before a game, or just get better futsal boots