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How to have grippy goalkeeper gloves in wet weather
How can you ensure your handling stays good no matter the conditions? When it's raining, the football gets greasy, making it difficult to get a grip on the ball. If you're hoping to keep hold of shots or collect crosses in the rain, you need some extra help maintaining the grip on your goalkeeper gloves. gloveglu AQUAgrip is a waterproof grip spray, meaning that when your goalkeeper gloves get wet or the football gets greasy, you'll still have incredible grip on your gloves.
Maintain grip even with wet goalkeeper gloves
How to apply
Shake your bottle of AQUAgrip and apply 3-4 sprays on each goalkeeper glove palm. It does not matter if the palm is wet or dry on application.
Giving the AQUAgrip time to soak into the glove palm latex will help the grip last longer on your goalkeeper gloves.
How does AQUAgrip add grip?
Taking our unique MEGAgrip formula, we made a waterproof version, meaning that the grip spray is more resistant to water, so your goalkeeper glove grip remains strong even when your gloves get wet.
What if my gloves aren't wet?
gloveglu AQUAgrip will still add grip to your gloves even if they are dry.
You don't need to add water to your gloves for AQUAgrip to work, as the formula is still water-based.
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When should I use AQUAgrip?
It's great to have a bottle of AQUAgrip handy on matchdays incase of rain. If it's forecast to rain, it's best to take AQUAgrip with you so you can reapply to your wet goalkeeper gloves during the game. Simply reapply whenever you feel lik eyou need extra grip on your goalkeeper gloves in wet conditions.