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Customer reviews for Umbro Neo Cup Goalkeeper Glove

Avg. Customer Review (3 Stars):

Number of Reviews: 3


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90 of 90 people found the following review helpful:

Best gloves so far for the price - Aug 01, 2011
Player: Anonymous

I have owned these gloves for four months now and the only damage has been a slight tear between one of the fingers and some wear on the palm and the finger tips. I use these for outdoor drills and indoor soccer. I would give the durability a 4 and Grip a 3. These gloves have taken plenty of shots and contact with the ground. If you are looking for a good pair of gloves under $20 these are your best bet.
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88 of 88 people found the following review helpful:

Good for the money - Jul 26, 2011
Player: peter (Hillsborough, NC USA)

I didnt expect too much from 14 dollar gloves, but they worked well and lasted long enough
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95 of 97 people found the following review helpful:

Don't bother - May 10, 2011
Player: Skinner (Seattle, WA USA)

If you're looking for a glove that lasts longer than five minutes, look elsewhere. The gloves had promise at first, fit well with what seemed like space to spare. As soon as I got to the field it was an entirely different story. The first goal that I stopped caused the left hand to rip. The right hand glove lasted a whole two goals until it also ripped all across the top edge of the palm. Yes, I had the correct size 10, but if you are forced to a budget and these are your only choice, make sure to go at LEAST 2-3 sizes larger than typical simply for the fact that they are going to rip when pressure from a hard shot applies. This might give them a slightly longer lifespan.
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