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Old June 27th, 2008, 04:29 AM
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sounds like a vapor xv.
Those sound good, but they are a little high in price. What are your thoughts on the Easton's and the CCM's?
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Old June 27th, 2008, 01:37 PM
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I would go for the synergy 800's becuase they are a previous years upper level gloves, so they will have many features that the others won't. I would rule out the supremes because they aren't the fit that you are looking for.
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Old June 27th, 2008, 03:18 PM
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I have the synergy 700s ( I use them for street hockey now ),and they are great gloves. They pretty much have the exact fit you are looking for :cool:. The only problem with them is when you first get get them they are very stiff in the fingers,but after three or four times using them they should be perfectly fine ;).
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Old June 27th, 2008, 04:43 PM
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Specs I'm looking for:
-Fit like Tour gloves but have a tighter palm and slightly shorter fingers.
-Have a somewhat locking thumb.
-Eagles.

Any help? Haha.
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Old June 29th, 2008, 02:02 AM
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I'm looking for a pari around $60 to replace my Itech's. The plams have fingertips have holes and some of the stitching along the fingers is comming undone. I've got a tentaive list to start from. Are there any to stay away, or any design flaws people know of. By the way, I need a 13" glove.

NB Supreme 50
NB Supreme 30
Easton Synergy SE6
Easton Stealth S5
CCM Vector 6
CCM Vector 4
Mission Solider
Mission Assassin
RBK 5K
If you can afford to spend about $70, I've heard amazing things about the NBH Supreme One70's. I have a pair of Mission Soldiers, and they're not overly protective. If you really can't go over $50, consider the Fury Aeroflexes. They're protective, and supposedly offer good feel, although they apparently fit a little large. I think IW might have them in stock too...
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Old June 29th, 2008, 06:17 AM
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Yes,if you can go over $70,the on70s are great,they are soft and flexible yet very protective ;).
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Old June 29th, 2008, 07:19 AM
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In the market for a new pair of gloves, upgrading from an old pair of CCMs that are finally starting to look and act their age after taking a ton of abuse. I'm willing to spend up to $120 dollars for a good pair with good wrist protection. I'm leaning towards the RBK 9ks or the NBH 4 roll because they seem to be getting alot of praise on this message board. any opinions would be greatly appreciated, and i'm open to any other good gloves in my price range too. just a little info, there's no LHS within a reasonable driving distance of me since the local play it again sports was burned down by some idiot...shame they were almost 100% dedicated to hockey too. But, that means i probably wont have an option the go try anything on.
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Old June 29th, 2008, 08:07 AM
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there are three shops in the pittsburgh area that i go to, where do you live? Anyway, the NBHs are a very good glove, while the 9ks are a hit or miss glove feel wise, but i really like the wrist protection on them. (although i dont use my 9ks anymore; easton sykora pros!)
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Old June 29th, 2008, 11:41 AM
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I live in Beaver Falls, about an hour outside of downtown pittsburgh. the only place i know of to go for equipment is the Bladerunners pro shop in cranberry, but their prices are absolutely outrageous. in any case...my old CCMs were 15" Tacks i believe. they were very loose, but comfortable. i could maybe go a little tighter in fit, i've heard the 9Ks have a slightly tighter fit than the tacks so thats why i was leaning towards them. but so many good things have been said about the 4-rolls... i dunno its a toss up until i get my next pay check
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Old June 29th, 2008, 02:55 PM
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you should check out ko sports in cannonsburg, peranis in mt. lebanon, or permier in castle shannon. ko has the best selection so try on stuff there and then buy it from IW :D. Also, i wasn't really sure about the 9ks and i just went for them and ended up loving them. It's all about personal preference, so the best advice i can give you is to try stuff on.
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My friend and i were planning on taking a saturday to go to either perani's or that KO place, KO got really high remarks from another friend of mine. There is no doubt i will be buying it from IW though. My buddy is more of a, "i need to have it now if i'm going to spend money on it," while i'd rather deal through IW and get the best prices and free shipping. So i think i'll take your advice and go with taking that trip and trying stuff on, then get it through IW. Thank you, I appreciate the help. Any other help on good gloves in my price range would be great too. thanks
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Old June 30th, 2008, 06:05 AM
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yeah, don't waste your time at peranis. Ko has a huge selection and they sell pretty much everything that IW has. As for help with other gloves, just see what you like at ko, but be sure to order them off IW. :cool:
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since this is the glove thread, can you get tufftek tps R8's? or are the leather all thats available
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since this is the glove thread, can you get tufftek tps R8's? or are the leather all thats available
i have seen them
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Old July 1st, 2008, 12:27 PM
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R8 is leather
R8 Lite is leather and cable knit
R8 Pro is cable knit

TPS doesn't use tufftek.
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Old July 1st, 2008, 12:35 PM
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TBL whats is the big difference between tuffttek and nylon?
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Old July 1st, 2008, 12:46 PM
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texture/materials. The fibres in cable knit are thicker. You know it when you see it.
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Old July 2nd, 2008, 02:06 PM
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since this is the glove thread, can you get tufftek tps R8's? or are the leather all thats available
I wasn't too impressed with their nash palms.
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Old July 2nd, 2008, 02:24 PM
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Which one should I get:

TPS R8 ALL Leather, FFH Palms

TPS R8 LITE Half leather, Half cable knit nylon, FFH Palms

TPS R8 PRO All Knit Nylon with Digitech Palms

Nike Bauer 4 Rolls

I have heard that the FFH palms are better than the Nash+Digitech Palms. Please give me some feeback on which one you think is better!

Thanks
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Old July 2nd, 2008, 02:51 PM
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Which one should I get:

TPS R8 ALL Leather, FFH Palms

TPS R8 LITE Half leather, Half cable knit nylon, FFH Palms

TPS R8 PRO All Knit Nylon with Digitech Palms

Nike Bauer 4 Rolls

I have heard that the FFH palms are better than the Nash+Digitech Palms. Please give me some feeback on which one you think is better!

Thanks
If they fit you properly, you won't find a better glove in that group than the R8 lite's. A friend of mine bought a pair off of TBL and shipped them to me until he got back into town......I had a VERY hard time giving him his gloves when he got to my place. ;)
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