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The Sherwood T90 Undercover Hockey Gloves feature the same construction as the Sher-wood T90 Pro Nylon gloves (a traditional 4-roll design) but are offered in "undercover" colors for a sleek, covert look.
The Undercover glove has a lightweight "high-end" ARMOUR WEAVE cable knit that offers great protection and ensures a long lasting glove. The liner features Sher-wood's cool-tech technology, which wicks moisture away during the game and releases humidity outside the glove, providing optimal comfort. The Undercover glove features a 2 piece flexible thumb with ALT SYSTEM technology for excellent flexibility while preventing hyper-extension of the thumb.
The Undercover is designed for a traditional fit with generous volume with ample wrist movement.
- Model Number: 120SW000418
- Heritage: T90 Undercover 2011
- Level of Play Guideline: Performance
- Fit Guidelines: Traditional fit - Relaxed in the fingers, backhand, and cuff; classic fit
- Sizing Guidelines: Size varies on personal preference, see sizing chart below
- High-end ARMOUR WEAVE cable knit exterior offers good durability at light weight
- Embroidered Sherwood logo on cuff
- HD Foam with plastic inserts
- Featured on backhand, fingers, and thumb area
- Two piece flexible thumb with ALT SYSTEM technology
- Increases mobility and prevents hyper extension during play
- Clarino with digi-tech overlay
- Excellent stick feel with solid durability
- Sher-Wood Cool Tech Lining
- Fast drying for a comfortable fit
- Traditional fit- Generous volume with ample wrist movement
- Triple-segmented index finger adds flexibility
Comments: Great pair of gloves. Went from Warrior Kingpins to these, my first pair of traditional fit gloves. Protection is awesome, plastic inserts nearly everywhere aside from a couple of pieces of the cuff. Much more freedom with the cuff design to go forehand-backhand. Stick feel is just fine, the overlay on the palm and the thumb doesn't even feel like it's there. Only downside is the removable thumb lock piece. Once I pulled it out and put it back, it tends to slide down, resorted to shoving it up to where it isn't exposed and it stays there.
From: Matt, SLO County, CA