Every year over 200,000 women in America are diagnosed with Breast Cancer. It is a disease that has effected so many lives of the people we love, our mothers, sisters, daughters, relatives, friends and goalkeepers. Many people aren't aware but over 80% of the employees at West Coast are female and this issue has touched many of our lives.
The Pink Breast Cancer Glove started several years ago when West Coast President Shawn Norris developed it as a gift for a family friend battling breast cancer. Though she ultimately lost her battle to the disease, it was that friends courageous battle and love of life that gave gave the West Coast team inspiration to do more.
Each year West Coast builds a new Pink for a Cure glove and donates proceeds to a different charity with a cause to help those impacted by Breast Cancer. You can show your support by Donating to your local charity or cause that you see fit and wearing the Breast Cancer Glove.
Stand Your Ground
In Loving Memory of Carmen Duppenthaler
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Every day at West Coast we get questions about whether or not a keeper should use finger saves. This post hopes to help you make a choice, show what some our pros do and explain why every pair of West Coast Gloves comes with removable finger saves.
One of the most common emails we get is concerns wear on the bottom of a palm.
A simple way to make your palms last is to make a fist when Pushing Up from the Turf.