Frictions will help both your throws and catches by providing consistent grip in every condition.
Friction ultimate frisbee gloves provide the tackiness of receiver gloves without comprising your hands’ natural movements. Receiver gloves are meant for one thing: catching. Frictions are designed for both catching and throwing.
You’ll notice the difference in both your throws and catches as soon as you try-on a pair. There are many benefits to wearing a pair of Frictions:
Still not convinced? Read some reviews here:
Friction Gloves are worn by the best in the game. Check out their testimonials:
While Friction Gloves do add yards to my deep throws, I really enjoy my heightened ability to catch in any weather, with any hand, regardless of where the disc is relative to my body. I feel confident every time the disc if thrown my direction when I am wearing Friction Gloves and with the threat of a deep ball, it opens up unders and break throws I wouldn't always normally look for"
-Dylan Freechild: UO Ego, PDX Rhino, NexGen Tour x3
"During the cold and wet NW winter months my hands would always become numb making it hard to play. I've tried various gloves in the past but they always changed the way the disc felt in my hand and compromised my throwing. Friction gloves protected my hands from the elements and fit thinly over my hands enabling me to throw without even noticing I am wearing gloves. I highly recommend them."
-Morgan Hibbert: Furious George, MLU Nighthawks
"I am not a glove wearer by choice. I find my bare hands suitable - preferable, in fact - for catching, and throwing, and most other hand-required facets of my life. That said, there are times - and games - where I find Friction Gloves very useful."
-Tyler Kinley: Seattle Sockeye, MLU Rainmakers
"I started wearing friction gloves at Nationals 2012, and I haven't played without them since. They solidify my throws and catches in inclement weather and mild conditions alike. I firmly believe everyone will eventually be wearing these gloves. Its just a matter of time."
-Josh Markette: MLU Whitecaps, Boston Ironside