Here's the Buyer's Guide from the October 2011 issue of New England Hockey Journal, featuring the latest and greatest products from the top manufacturers of hockey gloves.
SUPREME TOTALONE Glove
The TOTALONE glove fits close to the hand and provides maximum impact protection. A nubuck leather palm provides impressive durability and grip.
VAPOR X:60 Glove
The X:60 glove features a tapered fit that is not too loose and not too tight, arguably the most popular glove fit available today.
4-ROLL PRO Glove
The 4-ROLL PRO glove has a roomier, more loose fit and features a soft, pro-style palm for superior comfort.
The Reebok 4-Roll 900 glove was built with pro expectations in mind. This loose fitting glove is where advanced technology meets classic construction.
The 11K KFS gloves have an anatomical low-profile fit and unique two-piece glove-in-glove construction, engineered for stick handling in and out of tight spots.
The 7K KFS gloves feature a seamless flexible cuff with no binding for increased fit accuracy and flexibility.
ERA 7 Glove
With a molded cuff roll design, the ERA 7 glove features an AMD back roll, anatomical finger break and adjustable cuff providing unmatched feel, flexibility and protection.
ERA 5 Glove
The ERA 5 gloves offers a standard four-roll glove design featuring an anatomical finger break, lock thumb and Tex-Dri construction, which provides greater durability and immediate feel.
Franchise Glove in the EVO Series (pictured left)
The Franchise glove, manufactured in Canada, features a traditional 4-Roll design with many updated features that make it the No. 1 glove in the NHL. The Franchise is fully customizable at mywarriorhockey.com
Surge LE Gloves in the FLOW Series
Surge gloves feature a countered shape that is form-fitting to the hand for players that demand the ultimate glove mobility. The Surge LE glove is available in limited edition colors for holiday 2011.
Projekt Gloves in the SPEED Series
The Projekt Gloves feature a lightweight fit with Bone System molded hand protection. The glove forms to the hand and give a player the ultimate balance of weight, fit, and protection.
This buyer’s guide originally appeared in the October 2011 issue of New England Hockey Journal.