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There are many different types of techniques used to produce the gloves. This mainly affects the fit and where the stitching of the glove is located, which in turn affects the durability of your glove.

Roll finger

With the 'roll finger' technique, the foam is literally rolled around your finger. This creates a larger surface area to catch the ball. This technique is popular with goalkeepers with larger hands.

Negative cut

Gloves with a negative cut have the stitching on the inside of the glove, which makes the glove sit tighter around your hand and feel like a second skin.

Platte vinger

This is one of the oldest techniques. Gloves with the 'flat finger' technique are looser than gloves with a different technique. Also, the gloves have a large catching surface.

Hybrid

Hybrid gloves contain a combination of several techniques. They try to bring together the best of multiple worlds.

For years there have been goalkeeper gloves with and without fingersave. Fingersave is a piece of plastic behind all fingers, except the thumb. This finger-save serves as protection against your fingers clapping backwards. Nowadays there are also many models available with finger-save that can be removed from the glove.

Zonder fingersave

Goalkeeper gloves without fingersave give your fingers more freedom in the glove to move and do not force your fingers into a standard position. On the other hand, the risk of injuries to the fingers is higher with these models.

Met fingersave

Fingersave in goalkeeper gloves significantly reduces the risk of injuries to the fingers. Fingers can hardly fold backwards and bruised or broken fingers are almost never seen. However, the fingersave does restrict your freedom of movement in the glove and can make your fingers "lazy", making them more susceptible to injury when you stop using fingersave.

Verwijderbare fingersave

The goalkeeper's gloves with removable fingersave have an entrance and exit for the plastic fingersave on the back of the glove. In most cases this entrance can be opened and closed with Velcro, this can be useful when you want to train with fingersave but like to play matches without.

Where in the early days all goalkeeper gloves had a wide wristband that could be turned once around the wrist, nowadays there are several variants. The most common is still the single wristband, but goalkeeper gloves with double wristband and without wristband are more and more common.

Met band

Most goalkeeper gloves are secured by a wristband with Velcro. This wristband ensures that the glove stays securely around your hand and strengthens the wrist. Nowadays there are also gloves with a so-called "double band", this band can be turned around the wrist twice and gives a firmer feeling.

Zonder band

Nowadays there are goalkeeper gloves without a wristband. With some negative stitch gloves, the fit is so tight that no strap is needed to keep it in place. A goalkeeper glove without wristband provides more freedom of movement and is lighter in weight.

Brands use different types of latex to cover the palm of a goalkeeper's glove, with one type of latex having more grip than another. The only problem is that brands give the different types of latex names that sound as beautiful as they are unclear. In addition, it is not possible on the internet to put on the glove itself, which can make it difficult to get an idea of what you can expect from the grip. That is why we at qeepers have thoroughly tested all gloves. Based on these experiences, we have given the gloves stars. The more stars, the better the grip in dry weather.

Brands use different types of latex to cover the palm of a goalkeeper's glove, with one type of latex having more grip than another. The only problem is that brands give the different types of latex names that sound just as beautiful as they are unclear. Some goalkeeper gloves lose grip when they get wet and others perform best when they get wet. In order to get an idea of what is true for the different goalkeeper gloves, we have extensively tested all gloves. Based on these experiences, we gave the gloves stars. The more stars, the better the grip in wet conditions.

With the advent of artificial grass, the lifetime of goalkeeper gloves has become shorter. The softer the latex (palm) of the glove, the shorter the life span is often in practice. Because it is difficult for you to see how the latex feels on the internet and therefore it is difficult to make an estimation of the life span, we have done this for you. All gloves have been tested by goalkeepers at different levels and have been awarded a number of stars. The scale is, the more stars the longer the goalkeeper gloves maintained their level.

Goalkeeper gloves

-10%
Reusch Attrakt Freegel Fusion - Negative
Reusch
Attrakt Freegel Fusion - Negative
100,00 89,95
-11%
Gladiator Sports GWATC - Negative
Gladiator Sports
GWATC - Negative
90,00 79,95
-5%
choice
REAL Spyder - Negative
REAL
Spyder - Negative
90,00 85,49
-34%
Reusch Arrow S1 World Keeper - Negative
Reusch
Arrow S1 World Keeper - Negative
70,00 45,95
-12%
choice
uhlsport Pure Alliance Supergrip - Negative
uhlsport
Pure Alliance Supergrip - Negative
120,00 105,95
-11%
uhlsport Pure Alliance Absolutgrip - Negative
uhlsport
Pure Alliance Absolutgrip - Negative
90,00 79,95
-10%
Stanno Volare Pro - Negative
Stanno
Volare Pro - Negative
90,00 80,95
-13%
uhlsport Pure Alliance Absolutgrip - Rollfinger
uhlsport
Pure Alliance Absolutgrip - Rollfinger
80,00 69,95
-11%
Reusch Attrakt Freegel Infinity Resistor - Negative
AB1GK Undici Gallatico – Hybrid
AB1GK
Undici Gallatico – Hybrid
79,95
-30%
Reusch Attrakt Feegel S1 Zwart - Negative
Reusch
Attrakt Feegel S1 Zwart - Negative
50,00 34,95
-10%
Gladiator Sports GWA 3 - Negative
Gladiator Sports
GWA 3 - Negative
59,95 53,95
-9%
Stanno Ultimate Grip II - Rollfinger
Stanno
Ultimate Grip II - Rollfinger
55,00 49,95
-10%
Gladiator Sports GWA 4 - Rollfinger
Gladiator Sports
GWA 4 - Rollfinger
70,00 62,95
-10%
Gladiator Sports GWA 2 - Hybrid
Gladiator Sports
GWA 2 - Hybrid
50,00 44,95
-24%
choice
HO Soccer Guerrero pro - hybrid Roll/negative
HO Soccer
Guerrero pro - hybrid Roll/negative
90,00 68,50
-40%
Reusch Attrakt G3 Fusion Goaliator - Hybrid
Reusch
Attrakt G3 Fusion Goaliator - Hybrid
140,00 83,49
AB1GK Undici Nero – Negative
AB1GK
Undici Nero – Negative
69,95
-33%
REAL Black - Hybrid
REAL
Black - Hybrid
90,00 59,95
-6%
REAL Air Vented - Hybrid
REAL
Air Vented - Hybrid
85,00 79,95
-10%
Gladiator Sports BRMB Aqua - Hybrid
Gladiator Sports
BRMB Aqua - Hybrid
80,00 71,95
-36%
HO Soccer Supremo Pro II - hybrid Roll/negative
HO Soccer
Supremo Pro II - hybrid Roll/negative
93,00 59,95
ONEkeeper Pro Classic Aqua - Rollfinger
ONEkeeper
Pro Classic Aqua - Rollfinger
69,95
-10%
Gladiator Sports BRMB Neo - Hybrid
Gladiator Sports
BRMB Neo - Hybrid
79,95 71,95
Goalkeeper gloves

On the webshop for quality goalkeepers you will find a wide range of the best goalkeeper gloves. The collection has been carefully selected by goalkeepers for goalkeepers. You can find the ideal glove for every goalkeeper on qeepers.nl. We have done everything we can to make it easier for you to find your perfect goalkeeper gloves. Our collection consists of the well-known Uhlsport goalkeeper gloves, Elite sport goalkeeper gloves, Reusch goalkeeper gloves and REAL goalkeeper gloves. We also have the newer RWLK goalkeeper gloves and AB1GK goalkeeper gloves. Also the quality of the HO Soccer goalkeeper gloves and the ONEkeeper goalkeeper gloves can not be missed in the collection.

What should you pay attention to when choosing goalkeeper gloves?

First of all, it is important to know what you expect from your new goalkeeper gloves. A given is that when you're looking for maximum grip, you're going to sacrifice something on the lifetime of the goalkeeper's glove. So check for yourself whether you are looking for a goalkeeper's glove that will last a long time or a glove with a very good grip. Of course, it's not the case that you can only choose between these two extremes. You can decide for yourself what grip/durability ratio you are satisfied with.

Fingersave or not?

Then you have to make a choice between goalkeeper gloves with fingersave or goalkeeper gloves without fingersave. If you often have injuries to your fingers or feel insecure without fingersave, we advise you to go for a glove with fingersave. Do you like a little more freedom of movement in your goalkeeper gloves? Then go for goalkeeper gloves without fingersave.

Choice of technique

After that, it is important to determine which technique you like with your goalkeeper gloves. By technique we mean the way the stitching of the gloves is processed. The technique of your gloves is very important, because this determines the fit. These are the different techniques currently on the market: roll finger goalkeeper gloves, negative seam goalkeeper gloves, flat finger goalkeeper gloves and hybrid goalkeeper gloves.

Roll finger

With the roll finger keeper gloves, the latex is, as it were, completely wrapped around your fingers. This ensures that the latex surface is larger and therefore you have a larger surface with grip. This technique also ensures that your fingers have more space in the glove. Especially people with large hands and fingers often like this.
For women this technique is often not so good. This is due to the fact that women generally have smaller and thinner hands. The goalkeeper's gloves can then quickly feel too roomy.
A disadvantage of the roll finger technique is that there is a stitching seam under the ring and middle finger. If you don't take off the gloves carefully by pulling on the fingers of the glove, this seam can be vulnerable.

Negative stitching

The negative stitch goalkeeper gloves have seams that are stitched inwards at the fingers. The vast majority of professional goalkeepers currently opt for this technique. The reason for this is that the glove sits tighter around the hand and feels almost like a second skin. This has a positive effect on the feeling of contact with the ball. These gloves also reduce the risk of broken seams.
A drawback of the negative seam is that you can feel the seams on the inside of the goalkeeper gloves, which can be experienced as uncomfortable. In addition, the latex does not completely surround the fingers of the glove, so your surface area with grip is smaller than with the roll finger.

Flat finger

With a flat finger goalkeeper's glove, the palm is stitched to the glove on the outside of the fingers, you can see the seams. This ensures that the fit is quite wide and you have relatively much room to move. In addition, with this technique the surface with which you catch the ball is the largest.

Hybrid

Finally, there are the hybrid goalkeeper gloves. This is a combination of the best of the different techniques. More and more brands come with goalkeeper gloves where different techniques are combined to create the perfect gloves. Some of these combinations provide surprisingly good fit!