The grip on all our gloves is made from the best grip on the market which is – German latex.

Its best feature is the perfect grip and gives you the maximum control of the ball. The most popular choice among many professional goalkeepers.

Designed to be very durable in dry weather conditions but also to act extremely well in the wet.


Negative Cut – The thread is hidden inside. This cut allows a better fit- the fingers are held in place which guarantees better ball control and grip.

Hybrid cut – Its the two cuts combined, negative and roll finger. They were designed in a way to give real control with the middle finger when they surround the ball, the outside fingers add the extra grip.

Roll Fingers – The thread is on the outside of the finger. This cut characterises with fantastic control of the ball and comfort.

Our models

They trusted us

Mateusz Hewelt
Miedź Legnica

Matt began training as a child in Polish club Arka Gdynia then went to Ireland and continued training at the local clubs Stella Maris and Shelbourne FC.

In 2013, he joined the Everton football academy. Consistently, systematically, he climbed the training pyramid, and finally, in 2015, he signed a professional contract. Matt were played in the youth teams and in the U-23 reserves (he won the Premier League 2 Division One games twice).

He has been in Everton’s match squad several times in Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League matches.

After the contract ended, he decided to continue and develop his career in Polish club Miedzi Legnica where he is currently fighting for the position of the first goalkeeper.

Dawid Pietrzkiewicz
MKS Sandecja Nowy Sącz

Born in Sanok, the goalkeeper took his first football steps in LKS Długie, and then moved to Stal Sanok. His skills were noticed by the Polish community in Warsaw, where he continued his adventure with fotball. He spent the spring round of the 2008/2009 season in Stal Sanok, and then went abroad.

In the Czech Republic, he defended the colors of Baník Ostrava and Slovak team, NK Primorje. The next stop in Dawid career was Azerbaijan, namely Simurq Zaqatala and Qəbələ FK, where he spent several seasons.

From there, Dawid went to “White-black” Sandecja Nowy Sacz , playing one match at the Ekstraklasa level against Cracovia. After his stay in Nowy Sącz, he tried his hand at Raków Częstochowa and Stal Stalowa Wola.

Thank you for your trust!

Jakub Knut
KS Grom Nowy Staw

Patryk Kotłowski
KP Starogard

KP Gdynia



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Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland


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