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Customer reviews for Lanzera Anzio Goalkeeper Glove

Avg. Customer Review (3 Stars):

Number of Reviews: 6


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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

great value - Feb 24, 2013
Coach: shawn (naples florida usa)

great glove for the price.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:

Great value - Jan 26, 2012
Coach: GK Coach (Cupertino, CA)

Basic gloves that stick well and last "long enough" for the price. At ~$13, 2 pairs can last a comp level player 1 season of practices. Can't beat that. The velcro patch on the back of hand is funky. Note that the sleeves come very tight and needs to be stretched and "stitches broken". This may be my second review of the product, soccer.com doesn't currently show reviews for gloves right now.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

Awful, but U get what U pay 4 - Nov 10, 2011
Coach: Levi B (Kalamazoo, MI)

I got these free with an order over $100 a few months ago. I am the head keeper trainer for a youth club, as well as a former collegiate player. I wouldn't even let my most inexperienced keeper put these on! Even for the price they are terrible, and I'm not one to buy $120 gloves. I love the value range glove $35-$60, and I train in decent gloves I find on clearance. Hold on to your money because these are not worth it. They will likely get donated to our gear 4 kids charity. I usually love Lanzera's bargains, but these are bad. Try the Diadora glove on here for $22.50. Performs, wears, fits, and feels much better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Good value - Oct 03, 2011
Coach: Keeper Coach (Cupertino, CA)

I've bought a ton of these gloves in various sizes for myself and keepers I train. Pros - good sticky latex and very inexpensive as compared to other gloves of this "quality". Cons - 2mm latex will chip and flack, gloves last about 2 months with regular 2-3 times per week use. The gloves are a tight fit around the wrists to put on - need to stretch and "break" the stitching a bit. So when buying this these gloves, think 3 pairs at roughly $36 will last longer than 1 pair of $40 gloves.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Decent training gloves - Jul 22, 2011
Player: Coach & daughter (Cupertino, CA)

Both my daughter and I use these gloves for practice. At least as "new" gloves they have the stickiest foam we've ever used. No idea on durability yet. Only complaint both of us have is that the elastic around the wrist makes it very difficult to get on and off. I plan to cut the wrist band and just use the velcro closure.
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7 of 12 people found the following review helpful:

these gloves are ok - Jul 17, 2010
Player: soccervic (california)

these gloves should be absolutely used for practices at best or youth hardly any grip and great durability but no grip which doesnt help. theyre ok at most
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