Under Armour Desafio Pro FS Goalkeeper Glove Review

Under Armour Desafio Pro FS Goalkeeper Glove Review


Hello everyone Adam here with a Z Premier GK And today we’re going to take a look at the Under Armor – Savio Pro FS Now the DISA Pheo Pro comes in a couple of different colorways including this blue one I have here it also comes in a blackout Colorway, and of course it comes in the original yellow colorway Now, let’s take a quick look at the glove and then we’ll get into the full review The Under Armor de Savio Pro FS features 3 millimeters of super soft latex This is arranged on a standard flat cut The back hand of the glove is a full latex back hand and It does have four non removable finger saves Now the glove body is made up of Under Armour’s clutch fit material and This does extend down into the wrist entry system It also features a full-length latex, wrist strap with two velcro closure points Now, let’s take a quick look at the glove and then we’ll get into the full review First thing you notice about the Under Armour – Savio Pro is the clutch fit wrist entry system Now this clutch fit wrist entry system is designed to mold to your wrist. Once the glove is on So it’s not a very elastic Feeling wrist strap. It took me about two minutes of struggling to get both gloves on But once you do get them on it’s actually very comfortable and it does mold to your wrist Allowing your wrist to kind of Bend and flex any way you want without any restriction Now the full latex wrist strap does provide a moderate amount of wrist support It is a wrist strap That wraps around in the opposite direction of most wrist straps kind of like you see on some Puma gloves That doesn’t really bother me that much. I know some goalkeepers have a problem with it It’s a little awkward at first But you get used to it pretty quick and the closure system does have two velcro closure points So it’s pretty secure once you get it all strapped in Now the next thing you notice once you get the glove on is that it is a very tight fitting glove from front to back I mean the palm and the backhand of the glove does squeeze your hand pretty Significantly and that is due to the four non removable finger saves and the back of the glove it’s not an uncomfortable fit by any means if you’re a goalkeeper that prefers finger saves I Don’t prefer finger saves but as far as finger saves go, these are pretty flexible and don’t really Prevent your fingers from flexing forward that much You’ll notice due to the flat cut. There is a little extra room in the fingers Just widthwise. You’re still going to get that tight feeling palm to backhand but side to side There’s a little extra room due to the flat cut. So it is pretty wide Glove with a lot of surface area and good latex to ball contact another thing you’ll notice is that due to the cut and the foreman on the movable finger saves your hand is Naturally in a fingers curved forward catching position, which is also pretty comfortable And allows you always to be ready to catch the ball Now the flat cut like I mentioned before it does offer a very wide surface area So you do have pretty good latex to ball contact with this glove One thing that it doesn’t have is any sort of thumb wrap of the thumb is also just a regular flat cut thumb I Really prefer a thumb that wraps over just so you have that extra a bit of latex When catching the ball for those shots that have spin on them spinning upwards are back Having that extra latex contact on the thumb does help you’re not gonna get that with this glove Now the back end of the glove is a solid latex backhand There is a little bit of embossing on the fingertips in the middle of the backhand. There is no punch zone And it’s pretty thin latex on the backhand as well. The palm is three millimeters I’m assuming the backhand is as well So you’re not gonna get a ton of cushion when plunging the ball from the latex But the finger saves do go down all the way to kind of halfway down the back of the palm So you are gonna get that extra punching support from the finger saves that are in the glove But as far as cushion goes, there’s not a whole lot of cushion on the back end of the book at all Overall is very supportive due to the finger saves So definitely a glove that provides a lot of backhand support Now the palm of this glove is three millimeters of super soft latex I found that that’s actually a little too thin in my opinion So it’s not gonna offer a whole lot of padding or shock the shock absorption when stopping the ball. I just in my opinion Especially kind of with the softness of the latex and how thin it is. You’re not gonna get a lot of cushion out of palm It is supersoft latex the grip I’d say is is a Moderate grip it’s not anywhere near What you would find in a top-level matched glove from a contact or a supreme latex like that? So basically I would say this glove would be a decent training a level of love for top-level keepers It could possibly be a glove you need you use in a match It’s not to say the supersoft latex doesn’t offer any grip at all It’s just definitely not up to the level of grip you would find on a top-level match glove Didn’t have the opportunity to test this in wet weather but in warm weather Definitely just a moderate basic Level grip definitely not like on the lower end like you’d find from like a basic latex or a super low latex or anything But definitely not a high end grip. I Also found that the durability is also not the best as well After the first couple of matches I use this glove there’s already a lot of latex tearing on the fingers and not just at the tips all the way down the fingers and on the Thumb as well and also at the base of the palm Now this glove is gonna cost you eighty US dollars which in my opinion is a very high price for What you’re gonna get out of this glove, you’re basically gonna pay $80 for a high-end training glove in my opinion So and in my opinion, it’s a little bit overpriced for what it offers you So let’s quickly go over what my opinion this glove offers you first of all You’re gonna get a club that’s pretty hard to get it on and off But once you do have it on it’s gonna be very comfortable Especially around the wrist and it’s gonna allow you a lot of flex in the wrist area The latex wrist strap is gonna give you a moderate amount of wrist support. It’s a pretty thin wrist strap. So on nothing special there The for removable finger saves are gonna provide you a lot of backhand support and that extra support in the fingers if you are a finger save goalkeeper and like I said They are non removable so you don’t really have an option there you’re not gonna get a lot of padding in the backhand due to the thin latex on the backhand and you’re also not gonna get A lot of cushion out of the latex on the palm as it is three millimeters You’re gonna get a moderate amount of grip like I said high-end training glove, maybe low-end matched glove You’re gonna get a nice wide surface area for catching the ball with the flat palm and you’re also gonna get a glove that offers You a pre curved fit. So your hand is already in that natural catching position At eighty dollar price point you’re gonna get a very expensive training glove in my opinion But a glove that could possibly be used in matches like I said definitely not a high-end match latex, but a Decent amount of grip for what it is So I am Adam with a Z premiere GK and that is my opinion and review on the Under Armor Joseph EO Pro FS goalkeeper glove, please like and subscribe if you enjoyed this video and if you do subscribe, please remember to Click the notification button, so you can be notified of videos to come and please leave your comments I would love to hear any feedback you have Thanks again. I’m Adam and I’ll see you next time

4 comments on this post

    Rayaka Narendra

    Zack Steffen wear that?

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    Shotdoubloon97

    Mine might have been defective… the fs cracked after 1 shot

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    Erik Quiroga

    I got those gloves (the new color way) for $20

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    eddie edu romo

    Does it have finger protection

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