Spyder X Pink

April 17, 2014

The Spyder X Pink is a brand new glove for us, based off of the Spyder Series design.  It is an entirely new glove, designed from the ground up - created to have incredible features at a great price!

Some of the features you will find on the Spyder X you won't find on any other West Coast Glove, it has some really amazing features at a great price.  One change we wanted to make is we did use a slightly thinner latex, which is still German giga grip - however it allowed us to offer the glove for less money!  Its still a very high quality latex - and is a great entry glove, training glove or even match glove!  

Some of the awesome features on the Spyder X Pink include:

  • Open Mesh Design for increased Flexibility
  • Hybrid Cut - Roll and Flat for increased stability 
  • It Sits higher on the wrist for better control
  • Integrated Punch Zone for striking the ball
  • Removable Finger & Thumb saves through a smaller hidden zip pocket
  • Micro Extended Palm to increase the catching area
  • Wrap over Finger Tips to 

You won't find a glove out there today that gives you all of those features for just $45!  This is a limited edition launch price and glove.  

Below is a great shot of NASL Indy Eleven Pro Goalkeeper Nathan Sprenkel using the Spyder X which he uses as his match glove! 

 


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