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02-04-2004, 11:25 PM
I am thinking of ordering the eagle x46 gloves. No pro shops have them in my area and havn't had a chance to try them on or anything. But i hear great things about all their gloves. Does anybody use them? are they worth the price? How about durability? If anyone can help i'd appreciate it. Thanks.
My son has used the H 34's and loved them, now has the 70's and is still breaking them in, but loves the feel. The H34s didn't ;ast as long as hoped.. the threads dissolved after two seasons lol...but to put it in perspective,,his Missions only lasted 7 months.
02-05-2004, 08:57 AM
I have a pair of H34s, and a pair of X70s.
Best 2 pairs of gloves I've ever owned, by far. But if you like eagles, might want to take a look at Muskokas, Sande MaxQs, and Tour G7s....
02-05-2004, 01:14 PM
I owned and still own a pair of mission wicked light gloves. They are by far the best gloves I have ever owned. They have lasted me for about 2 or so years. A freind of mine has a pair of muskokas and they are great gloves. They feel just like eagles almost.
02-05-2004, 10:48 PM
I might end up getting the x70's. They're a little more. I don't like the g7's because they're too big for me. I think they're only one size. I'm gonna order them tomorrow. I'll let everybody know how they are. I also tried on and checked out the muskoka's but they cuff is alittle too long on most of them. I like the really short cuff gloves.does any opne know the major difference between the x46 and x50 and the x70. All the discriptions i read online have the same info for the x46 and x50, and only a 3 peice cuff instead of a 2 peice for the 50's and 46's.
02-06-2004, 09:22 AM
dunno the specifics, but the X70 is the best glove eagle makes...
02-06-2004, 10:52 PM
Actually i think the x80 and x90 pro are better. The x90 pro is i think their top of the line. At least it shows in the price. they reatil for more then 200 bucks where the x70 is around 160 i think. but from all the sites i've been on i can't tell the difference between them as to what makes on better then the other. Oh well, i'm gonna order the x46's in about 20 minutes. Later
02-12-2004, 07:01 PM
i got the x70's from kemp's hockey for 129.99. with free shipping on all online orders. They got them to me in 3 days. If you want a good site try them out. Not really a inline site but good stuff. and great prices. and free next day shipping on most skates. The gloves are great. still stiff, but they're extremely lightweight and feel awesome.
02-20-2004, 10:41 PM
Are those tour gloves any good? Ive never liked tour's gloves because they don't have enough room for the wrists to move. Are they different this year?
02-20-2004, 11:33 PM
the g7's are sweet. they are really flexible in the wrist. I would of got them but they are too big for me. I think they only make one size. It's like a 15" because it comes way up my arm. But they are really nice gloves.
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