Picking the Correct Glove
The GK Union Goalkeeper Glove range is one of the fastest growing brands. With over 1,000's goalkeepers already wearing our gloves and many professional goalkeepers also wearing them with pride, we ask you to give our glove range a chance as you will not be disappointed.
With the high specification of our gloves and our very fair competitive prices that we charge, (and also our sponsorship scheme) it is little wonder why we are now one of the leading brands Internationally!
Did you know the shape of your hand dictate the palm you should choose?
A lot of goalkeepers make the same MASSIVE mistake and buy a pair of gloves, just because their favorite professional goalkeeper wears them. Please do not do this, because you are most probably buying a glove that is not suitable for your hand shape.
Roll Finger Goalkeeper Gloves
The Roll Finger Glove is probably the most popular glove palm for professional goalkeepers and this type of palm is suitable for goalkeepers with thin, slender hands or fingers.
Negative Cut Goalkeeper Gloves/
Negative Cut gloves are generally suitable for goalkeepers with broad hands and or fingers.
Flat Palm Goalkeeper Gloves
Flat palms gloves, like Negative Cut goalkeeper gloves are generally suitable for goalkeepers with broad hands and or fingers.
Hybrid Cut Palm Goalkeeper Gloves
Hybrid Cut is normally when the little finger and index finger of the glove is a Roll Finger and the middle two fingers are Negative Cut or Flat Palm. This is normally for keepers who have irregular shaped hands or fingers.
Now the above is just a rule of thumb, and too be honest the only way you will ever know what goalkeeper glove palm is right for your hand, is to try them on.
Important: When you try on a pair of keeper gloves on, you must feel 200% confident in how they feel on you, if you have any doubt that they do not fit right, or feel uncomfortable DO NOT buy because this glove palm shape is not suitable for your hand.
So try and pick a glove that feels natural and comfortable when it’s on your hand.