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Ektelon '09 Controller II Racquetball Glove
The Controller II has been updated with new colors while the features remain the same. The glove has a 4 way stretch Lycra backing which provides ultimate comfort, goat skin palm for long-lasting wear, Neoprene dive protection along the knuckles, and absorbent terry wristband and tab closure
Backing Material: Neoprene Knuckle Padding
Palm Material: AirFlow perforated palm
Special Features: Terry Wristband
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You get what you pay for.Jan 18, 2013
I play racquetball about once a week. This glove lasted me about 8-10 weeks and now the stitching has come undone on two fingers. The leather is still good, but I can't play well with the fingers falling apart! Do yourself a favor and buy a higher end glove if you play regularly.
Great GloveJun 27, 2013
Great glove!!!!!!!! I use it every week and it never lets me down. The glove fits perfectly. Will certainly keep buying this brand.
good glovesOct 17, 2012
By Bill Barker
These thin leather racquetball gloves are both cheap and good enough to get the job done. I've worn the first glove through about 20 games and it's still holding up well. Take this with a grain of salt as I am not very picky about my RB gloves.
Decent glove but only good for sticky gripsAug 06, 2012
Bought this mainly because of the name and price. Glove worked fine until my grip became a little worn and then it started to slip a lot. I would only recommend this glove if you have a tacky grip to start with.
Better than mostJun 21, 2012
By A fellow with a keyboard
I've been waiting for a really good racquetball glove-- one that doesn't get crusty, doesn't turn my hand black, doesn't chafe my fingers, and doesn't get holes in the palm. (Is that so much to ask?)
Well, this isn't it - it's a pretty standard racquetball glove - but it's as close to 'really good' as any glove I've found. It's more comfortable than most gloves I've worn (and I have a graveyard of them), and so far it's done a pretty good job of resisting crustiness. The grip on this glove is a little duller than most, but I don't mind--I actually prefer its dullness over the ones that stick like glue.
Bottom line: It's a non-magical glove, but better than most, and is fairly priced at around $10. I'll probably be getting it again.
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