FAQs — goalkeeper gloves

How do you remove odor & stink from goalkeeper gloves?

How do you remove odor & stink from goalkeeper gloves?

There are a half-dozen “remedies” related to removing bad odors from goalkeeper gloves, but there is only 1 true way to do it, but you should understand first, WHY THEY STINK.  BACTERIA.

Is Vaseline bad for goalkeeper gloves?

Is Vaseline bad for goalkeeper gloves?

If you've got goalkeeper gloves to throw away, then put some Vaseline on them. Vaseline is used by top level goalkeepers on their gloves to improve grip, and when the game is over, they just throw them away.  The long term affects of Vaseline...

Why do my gloves feel oily?

Why do my gloves feel oily?

If your gloves start feel oily when applying KEEPER BALM® regularly, it’s because you need to wash them.

The natural WAXES in KEEPER BALM protect the pores in the foam latex from filling with moisture sapping minerals that are found in sweat, tears, spit and, of course, dirt. The natural OILS soak into the latex to keep it pliable, but those oils also prevent sodium (from sweat) from soaking through the inside of the gloves.

Basically, if your gloves feel oil, it's because you're not washing them regularly.

KEEPER BALM is NOT at all similar Read the article


The KEEPER BALM “wrinkle effect”

The KEEPER BALM “wrinkle effect”

What’s more important: Grip or appearance?

Good quality foam latex is used for goalkeeper gloves because it mimics human skin in many ways. In fact, goalkeeper gloves are like a “2nd skin“ that is intended to protect your hands from high-velocity shots and grip the ball.

the wrinkle effect of KEEPER BALM®Like your skin, high-quality foam latex is also susceptible to environmental elements. If you soak your hands in warm water for a long period of time, it will cause your fingers and hands to wrinkle.  Foam latex can do the same when KEEPER BALM is...