Jonathon v Posted January 29, 2019 Share Posted January 29, 2019 Hey guys I know most big brands and lots of people today tell you in between skates to tie up the glove while it dries and put something in it to stretch it. I only “tie” it up, which I do by putting my blocker on it to let it stay shut, it air dries fine. Anyways on my gnetik 8.0 for the first 7 months I had it, I didn’t air dry it. I know it’s gross but I loved the feel of it closing so easily. Once I started to hate the slimy feeling I air dry it now. For usually over 12 hours or more in between practices/skates example is I get off the ice at 840 on Monday’s, get home at 930 to 10, and air dry till about 4 pm on Tuesday. Anyways the problem is that when it dries it always feels very hard and crusty. I’ve been air drying it every practice for about 5 months now, so idk. Is it because I shouldn’t air dry it by letting it sit in an open room, is it because I didn’t dry it for about 7 months straight. Only reason I’m asking is because I got my brains optik glove today and it feels so damn nice inside I don’t want it to be crusty. Can someone help Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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