cutters are amazing and worth every penny.
Yes! the cutter gamer gloves have the same same C-Tack grip as the original cutters. They are outstanding gloves that are padded, have protection, and have tiny holes in the hands for extra breathability becuase you would sweat a little more with those gloves. I do recomend that you wash your gloves every two weeks or so to keep the smell away and keep em' sticky!
if i were u i would probably get the gamer gloves kuz they have actual padding in them. if you are iffy about reciever then just go ahead and get the regular ones i guess.
glad i could help bro.
i like the way ur mouth moves but the words dont come out but in all seriousness, thanks, u helped me choose my game gloves, i play te too
Do you wash them with detergent?
football is in fall dumbass
no prob man. and ya detergent but only use a tiny tiny bit. and shut up i know its played in the fall!!!
i just looked and cutters actually has gloves with like mesh stuff on the sides. this adds flexability and improves comfort. it also makes it so its not so hot inside the gloves for the summer. i would recomend the original gloves for like fall during the season and the new ones with mesh for the summer and hotter days.
youu dumb shiid football isnt in winter dumb ass
you must live in the north because were i live the only time its cold is playoffs… we play football in the 90 degree almost threw out the season…
i like nfl equipment, cutters are build to stick, nfl's are build to make the ball stop in ur hand. idk its personal preference, i think all gloves are the same , i think its more about lasting long and quality
what about nfl gloves
dude try doing that with nfl gloves
@Shr3dtheGnar96 ya u could
First of all there's spring ball and fall ball dumb shit and to be honest I've owned
Almost any pair Nike underarmour cutters nfls and really I've had a pair of NFL gloves that lasted for two seasons and still maintained there stick without spitting on them in fact I'd still be using them if it wasn't for wear and tear… cutters kept their stick for maybe about 5 weeks of practice everyday for highschool ball
okay so someone pays to donate so many pairs of glves to the NFL. Theyre NFL brand football gloves. Players can be fined for wearing other brands of gloves. And glad to hear it football kid!
Im deciding to either get these or Nike vaporjet gloves for reciever
i hate cutters, the tak is so thick u have 0 feel for the ball, reebok and nike are thinner and offer way better ball control, cutter is just like having glue on ur hands its over rated
2:25 umm did you not notice how players always have rages when they play hanging out their waistbands
I have had Nike gloves and Under Armour gloves .And i have played w/ a pair of my friends Cutters gloves Before. Nike's grip is good for around 2 weeks . under armours is good for about 3-4 weeks . I currently have Nike vapor trail 2.0s that are oink and i cant stand how much the grip has gonee away! Im getting cutters this weekend or maybe earlier from what ive heard thell be amzing
spit on them during games in sted of getting a towel then rub them on your pants…. it works
nice review but i wanna know wut u think of the adidas 5 star cleates
football gloves are gay to me its all bout using your hands
@GoofyRs ever met a WR that had 100 receptions with his bare hands?
@jacdaddydragon3 called old school football..
@WFtWoW gloves dont stop you from breaking fingers..
@WFtWoW i play do everything and ive never been injured nor wore gloves
Pretty sure I play football in the fall, not winter (winter starts late december early January)
Dude I have these cutters that I've had for a month and they're falling apart and the grip lost so quick. They blow ima buy me a pair of nike superbad 2.0s they're so fresh
look at my review for the new cutters X40 receiver gloves on my channel
Where do you get those exact gloves?
vapor jets suck cutters are ok but nike super bad are the best
Football is in the fall….
Bitch ur a benchwarmer
these gloves do have the c-tack grip right?
He not talking
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