09 24 2017

Verbero Dextra Pro Gloves

Verbero Dextra Pro Gloves

 

When you take a look at the Verbero Dextra Pro Gloves, you feel like have seen them before. It has an oversized cuff that looks similar to Bauer or Easton gloves. It has a V cuff that looks similar to Reebok’s 11k gloves and the main portion of the glove looks similar to some gloves, although I cannot put my finger on it. So it may seem like you have seen them before but most likely, they are a combination of a few different gloves.
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Does it really matter whether they are look like other gloves out there? Not really if they are good gloves. So what do I think? They look like tighter ergo fit gloves but I found them to fit more like a traditional 4 roll glove. There was quite a bit of room in the glove. I don’t have the biggest hands but some gloves fit tight and some gloves fit loose and these fit loose. The fingers fit the same too. A little too long and a lot of room to move around in.
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The palm features Dextra Pro microfiber silk for a comfy fit. They also have a piece of extra protection so that the glove wont wear out from the butt end of your stick. The gloves have a decent level of protection, a good lock thumb and plastic inserts. But the cuff should have some plastic in it and the foam could be a bit thicker in the V cuff. It also has an antimicrobial liner to help prevent smelly gloves and remain odor free.
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The Verbero Dextra Pro Gloves are a pretty good effort considering they are a gen 1 glove. There is some room for improvement with the protection and the boxi-ness of the glove but the palm is smooth and the feel is good. If you have larger hands and don’t worry about hack and whack, you should consider these gloves for $129.99. A fair price for a fair glove.
Hockey Gear Review recommends the Verbero Dextra Pro Gloves for recreational hockey players.
 
Rating: ★★★☆☆
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