Soccer Goalie Gloves

All the equipment dedicated to goalkeepers is on Foot-Store. Here you'll find goalkeeper gloves from all the major brands. In particular, you'll find Uhlsport - Reusch - Nike - Puma - goalkeeper gloves. adidas

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Soccer goalkeeper gloves

If you're a goalkeeper looking for a new pair of goalkeeper gloves, you've come to the right place. At Foot-store, we offer a fully-fledged store dedicated to goalkeepers in this category. We know how important a goalkeeper is to a soccer team, so we've decided to offer a very wide selection of goalkeeper gloves so that every keeper can find the perfect pair for him or her. Since every goalkeeper is different, we've decided to offer you a few details on these many gloves to help you make your choice.

Goalkeeper gloves with negative seams

The vast majority of professional soccer goalkeepers use gloves with negative seams, i.e. with seams on the inside of the glove. The reason for this is simply that they allow the gloves to conform more easily to the shape of the hand, and thus be closer to the fingers. The hand-fitting cut is therefore naturally the natural fit of this type of soccer goalkeeper glove. So it's best not to be disturbed by gloves that leave little room. Ball grip is improved with this type of glove, as additional latex is often added between the fingers to increase the contact zone and provide greater security when the ball arrives in the hands.

Goalkeeper gloves with flat seams

The flat cut is the most classic cut for goalkeeper gloves, and follows the shape of the hand exactly when flattened. Unlike gloves with negative seams, this pair is very comfortable to wear, as the seams are on theoutside of the glove. The contact area with the ball is very wide and flat on this pair, and can even be extended to the fingertips to really maximize the contact area.

Goalkeeper gloves Rollfinger

These gloves from the Rollfinger Cup are different from the two previous cuts, in that the seams are on the inside of the gloves, but the palm is much wider than on a negative cut. This increases the contact surface with the ball by 30%, which is considerable for any goalkeeper. Latex also replaces the traditional gussets between the fingers to ensure natural continuity and allow the foam to wrap around the fingers.

Hybride goalkeeper gloves

Hybrid gloves have become increasingly popular on soccer pitches in recent seasons. The hybrid palm of these gloves combines different types of glove seams, mixing Rollfinger, flat seams and negative seams. This melange favors ball catching, as it takes the advantages of each pair of gloves to create a unique pair. Comfort is also enhanced on this pair, as it is truly a custom fit for the hand.