Ektelon Max Tack Pro Racquetball guante (zurdo, pequeño)
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MaxTack Pro con Coolmax, neopreno respaldo y aplicación de 3 M Palma acolchada para mayor comodidad, proteger y Tack.
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I think it has to get warm or perhaps even warm and a bit sweaty before it starts to grip with maximum effectiveness. As anybody who plays racquetball seriously knows, as the games go on it gets harder and harder to get a good grip on the racquet as you get hot and sweaty. This glove actually grips better as the games go on. I actually notice that it is a little slick when it is cold and hasn't warmed up yet. That's really the only downside to it, the first couple rallies it isn't doing much to help you hold on, so you have to play at the very beginning kind of the same way you used to play near the end, gripping the racquet hard to make sure it doesn't slip. But it doesn't take long to start working, maybe 5-10 minutes.
Ektelon paid attention to the details in designing this glove. Durable leather that drys soft, paneled finger design, spandex inserts, and neoprene knuckle protection. (Why knuckle protection is an important feature is unknown to me. If you're diving for shots then you're probably losing. At least that has been my experience.) This glove does retain a little more moisture than others, so a spare or two are recommended.
This is the best gripping glove that I've used in 30-years of playing racquetball. Less grip pressure and less racquet twisting means more power, more control, and more winners. What is there to not like?
The only real problem is trying to adjust shoe laces with the glove. it's easier to remove it first then re-tie shoes.