customer review

E-Force Weapon Racquetball Gloves

Comments: I got one of these gloves at the local racquetball stire for $8 clearance. Decided I would test it out since it was at a cheap price. I the glove does everything well when paired with a rubber python grip. The moment i started using a wilson tack grip it lasted about 1 game. All total 10-15 games with python and it was torn to shred with 1 game with a wilson wrap grip. Not worth $16 nit worth $8 with that durability.
From: Camilo, Hialeah, FL, USA, 12/16
Skill-level: B- 

Comments: I love these gloves. I've been using these gloves for years now. They're also some of the chearper gloves out there.They have a great grip and last quite a while. I wear a sweatband when I play to avoid any extra sweat entering the glove. 
From: Logan, Columbus, OH, USA, 11/16
Skill-level: A 

Comments: I don't agree with previous comments, but I think it depends on the type of grip you use. I use a rubber grip, and these gloves are awesome. As good as if not better than the old yellow ones. However, I struggled with my new racquet recently until I switched the grip from the factory-leather wrap to the rubber one. I don't care for the leather grips in general, but perhaps this glove is not paired well with them. Try the rubber grip and you will be fine.
From: Scott, Sun Prairie, WI, USA, 10/14
Skill-level: A 

Comments: I agree with the previous comment.  This glove is way too slippery compared to the previous black and yellow gloves.  Ordered over a dozen as a sponsored player and looking for an alternate.  Rating: D
From:  Dan, Dallas, TX, USA, 03/14
Skill-level: Open/Elite 

Comments: For years, I've been an avid user of the Yellow EForce Weapon Glove that was recently discontinued. I purchased three of these gloves as replacements recently. I've used two and plan to return the third. When my hand gets a little sweaty, I lose all grip and control. Moving on to a different glove and manfacurer.
From: Jeff, St Paul, MN, USA, 02/13
Skill-level: A-

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