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I used to wear a size 9 .5 or 10 and the best gloves I ever found were (Schmeichel) made by Reusch, just before a game I would wash them in shampoo and ring dry them, it made them super sticky.

Could not stand gloves that had a pattern on the palms or fingers they had to be plain.

Worst gloves I tried were something called APG (advanced power grip) not sure who made them but at £45 19 years ago they were a waste of money.

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I used to wear a size 9 .5 or 10 and the best gloves I ever found were (Schmeichel) made by Reusch, just before a game I would wash them in shampoo and ring dry them, it made them super sticky.

Could not stand gloves that had a pattern on the palms or fingers they had to be plain.

Worst gloves I tried were something called APG (advanced power grip) not sure who made them but at £45 19 years ago they were a waste of money.

lol !! i had those too black and white APG ....made by sondico ...showing my age too :D

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I used to wear a size 9 .5 or 10 and the best gloves I ever found were (Schmeichel) made by Reusch, just before a game I would wash them in shampoo and ring dry them, it made them super sticky.

Could not stand gloves that had a pattern on the palms or fingers they had to be plain.

Worst gloves I tried were something called APG (advanced power grip) not sure who made them but at £45 19 years ago they were a waste of money.

lol !! i had those too black and white APG ....made by sondico ...showing my age too :D

Unfortunately mine were white with pink trim.............was I ahead of my time with the pink thing?

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i was a 10.5 size and i used sells! Suprised at the amount of you using fingersave i didnt like wearing fingersave

I agree, they are generally uncomfortable, restrict the movement of your fingers, and make it more difficult to catch the ball.

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Adidas fingersave size 10, have always used adidas but found reusch very good before adidas became a glove manufacturer. Only problem with new adidas gloves is that for the first couple of times you use them if it is damp the ball is like a bar of soap. Am about to invest in the fingersave wet grip and will let you know how they are.

I have also found that having a size to big helps your grip.

First pair of gloves were back in 1970 at the age of 6 green cotton with ray clemence's signature on them if it was wet they were useless from the first time you picked the ball up.

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