Palm technologies

Palms latex technologies

  • Specific for water


    These palms are composed by the same materials as the top-tier palms but they include a special feature: its latex is much more porous so water is quickly absorbed. These palms work better if they’re mosturised and provide a better performance than a traditional palm when the ball is wet. These palms are usually assembled over a neoprene body and other materials developed for the goalkeeper’s comfort in a wet pitch.

  • Duo


    With this technology, the latex is also in the inside of the palm. Usually, the palms that are in contact with the hands have a foam and textile layer. The latex of gloves with DUO technology are directly in contact with the hand. It’s very useful as the palm perfectly adjusts to the hand and, when the goalkeeper sweats, the sensation is always that of a dry hand. Traditionally, the DUO has always been a wavy latex, however, the flat DUO also exists, although it doesn’t provide the same adjustment sensation as the wavy.

  • Palmas anatómicas

    Anatomic Palms

    This is a very recent system, used more and more by the brands. It consists of small grooves in the palm that align with the hand’s bending lines, getting a much more close-fitted adjustment to the hand. Even when making a fist, the glove feels like a second skin.

  • Latex up to the wrist

    Latex up to the wrist

    With this system, the latex of the palm extends until covering the wrist in order to increase the contact surface with the ball. It’s especially useful to avoid those small movements the ball experiences when pressing it against the chest which tend to cause the loss the ball.