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FINGER SAVES ARE SUCH A PERSONAL CHOICE. SOME GOALKEEPERS REALLY LIKE FINGER SAVES AND OTHER GOALKEEPERS DON’T LIKE THEM AT ALL. THIS IS WHY ONE OF OUR KEY FEATURES IS HAVING REMOVABLE FINGER SAVES IN MANY OF OUR MODELS.
Finger saves are simply a piece of plastic inserted into the backhand of the glove. They are designed to limit the degree to which your fingers bend back when catching shots. As a result your fingers are less likely to be injured. Goalkeepers have various reasons for using or not using finger saves. Those that like finger saves have typically had a finger injury. Finger saves in gloves can prevent future injuries and give you the confidence to handle those hard shots coming at you. Therefore, these goalkeepers often want the their gloves to have finger saves in them. Goalkeepers who do not like finger saves typically complain about the lack of flexibility. Finger saves can make bending your finger difficult. It can become difficult to catch shots when this happens because your hand shape won’t be correct. Keepher gloves come equipped with removable finger saves. We want you to be able to customize your glove to your needs. So being able to take out finger saves is an important option to have. Some goalkeepers like finger saves in their goalkeeper gloves and others do not. That is why removable finger saves are available in all of Keepher’s current models. This way the choice is up to you..
One final item to consider when looking at the palm latex of a goalkeeper glove is its thickness. Typically latex will be 3.5mm or 4mm. Most of keepher‘s gloves have 4 mm latex. This provides a good balance between cushioning and feel.
The two types of materials for a wrist band are nylon and neoprene. If you like a tighter fit choose neoprene otherwise go with nylon.
Wrist straps are either single or double wrap. A more secure fit is usually associated with a double wrist wrap.