TRUE A6.0 SBP Pro Gloves [Senior]

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TRUE A6.0 SBP Pro Gloves [Senior]

2016 | 25398-41
A 6.0 SBP Gloves is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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The classic 4 roll model remains the most popular glove style on the market today. The relaxed fit provides optimized mobility and full range of motion while keeping the hand of the player fully protected against impact from puck and the opponent's stick. The A6.0 SBP features the patented Zpalm system allowing the player to effortlessly interchange the palms to any of the four additional performance options instantly transforming the glove and optimizing them for the individual players game and needs.  PRO Grade EPP foams in 24mm thickness combined with 1mm PE insert provide the most advanced built in protection of any glove on the market today while maintaining an ultra-lightweight construction.

Shell Material:Ultra-Lightweight NylonType of material covering the exterior of the product.
Palm Material:Standard Z-PalmType of material used to cover the palm.
Finger Joints:ThreeNumber of flex points per finger.
Padding:24mm Pro Grade EPPType of padding throughout the product.
Warranty:90 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.


Senior

 
13"
14"
15"
Hand Length 12" - 13" 13" - 14" 14" - 15"


Junior

 
10"
11"
12"
Hand Size 9" - 10" 10" - 11" 11" - 12"


Youth

 
8"
9"
Hand Size 7" - 8" 8" - 9"

 

 

Rated 4 out of 5 by from cool idea Get the Z-Fit palms you wont be sorry, unreal comfort with them. But they fit very large, I wear 13 with most glove but I could have gone down a size they are big. but a really cool concept.
Date published: 2016-08-21
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I had previously ordered True XC9's in the 14" size and they fit perfectly (I'm 5'8"/ 185 lbs). I would like to order the A60's and noted that they have a looser fit-would you recommend a 13" or 14"?

Asked by: PatC
Typically even though the A6s are a 4 roll looser fit design, the sizing doesn't necessarily change. True gloves tend to run slightly large in general, but if you wore a 14" in the XC9, you should be a 14" in the A6.
Answered by: Nick W
Date published: 2017-06-01

What's the difference between these and the xc9's? Is it the fit? If yes which ones are the most close to mx3 style fit?

Asked by: Stnlyc0p
The most notable difference is the fit. The A6.0 have a more standard hockey fit with the 4 roll design. The XC9s are more anatomically (closer) fitting. As far as closer to MX3 fit, that would be the XC9.
Answered by: NickW
Date published: 2017-05-24
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