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The Premier 4 catch glove is all that goalies are looking for. Built off of the popular Premier 3 catch glove design, the new P4 has some addtional features that make a great glove even better.For starters, the glove features a one-piece, injection molded cuff and thumb that is designed to create a wide, deep glove pocket. The stock model comes in the 590 design, which creates a traditional 60 degree closure (index finger to thumb closure). A custom, 580 design can also be ordered which features a 90 degree break (full hand closure). The pocket is somewhat deep, and the top of the T-web completely seals to the ice when covering the puck.The opening cuff in the glove is detatched, which allows for great wrist mobility. The backhand features three tigthening straps - wrist, backhand and fingers. New on the P4, the nylon webbing wrist strap has been run through the cuff so that you don't have to detatch the cuff to tighten the strap. * MAXCOVERAGE: One-piece injection molded thumb cuff design maintains 3D shape * QUICKRELEASE: Forward angle provides more wrist mobility * SOLIDSEAL: Single Pro T pocket design for greater visibility in the pocket * MOBILITY: Large cuff opening for freedom of movement and wrist flexibility. * Interior palm made of clarino with mesh finger stalls. * Stock version is 590 design (60 degree break). Custom 580 design (90 degree break) available as custom option only. * CLICK HERE TO CUSTOMIZE
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Pro Glove VS Game Ready Glove
I would like my glove to be easy to close but also have the protective aspect as well. What is different between these two options(they sound the same to me) and which would be the best that offers me this?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 19-29
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Maple Grove, MN
on Premier 4 Pro Catch Glove Snr
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To be honest, the stock palm on the P4 would suit you fine as it has a good combination of protection and flex. A Game Ready palm is a bit thinner and is much easier to close right out of the box. A pro palm has some beef to it and it will take some time to break in.
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