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The finest craftsmanship molded genuine leather into the ultimate glove.The metal wrist support assures extra control, and an elastic wrist cuff provides support and fit.
This glove can help me get good strikes, and a better hi score. On Sunday February 18th, 2018, my hi score with a glove along with my ball is 201.
I love the concept of the glove but it doesn't fit quite right! It is good enough that I am able to use it but I wouldn't buy it again!
dose one glove fit all10/5/2017 - By toons
This glove is sold in different sizes from Small up to XXL. You would need to select which size you feel would best fit. You may use previous gloves as a guide on how to pick a size.10/6/2017 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How can I tell what size to get?1/24/2019 - By badgolf
Whatever size glove you normally wear is the size wrist support you would want to get.1/24/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Whatever size glove you normally wear, whether it be a winter glove, latex, etc. is the size you would want to get for a bowling glove.1/24/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Does this glove have a metal support on the back of the glove?2/13/2019 - By Jim
Does this glove have a metal piece from the knuckles to the wrist band on the back of the glove and can it be removed?11/23/2019 - By Dick
Yes, this will have the metal sleeve in the back of the glove which gives it added support. This metal piece can be removed if it is too restrictive.11/26/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
what are the drawbacks with bowling with this type of glove1/2/2020 - By chuck
This glove does have added wrist support with a metal sleeve in the back and this could be too restrictive for some bowlers. This metal piece is removable so you could take this out if this was too restrictive.1/8/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is the glove washable5/17/2020 - By Tommy
This glove will have leather parts so you could not machine wash this glove but you may be able to hand wash the fabric part of the glove and let it air dry. Just try to avoid getting the leather areas of the glove too wet.5/19/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff