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Isn't it the other way around?  600=baseball closure aka 60 degree,  590=75 degree and 580= roughly 90 degree? 

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25 minutes ago, Puckstopper said:

Isn't it the other way around?  600=baseball closure aka 60 degree,  590=75 degree and 580= roughly 90 degree?  

600 break = 75 degree

590 break = 60 degree

You're correct that 580 break = 90 degree.

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I use a 580 break premier, and it is definitely more of a fingers to palm close, so I’m assuming a 600 would be more of a fingers to thumb type break if that helps at all. 

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2 hours ago, c.p said:

I use a 580 break premier, and it is definitely more of a fingers to palm close, so I’m assuming a 600 would be more of a fingers to thumb type break if that helps at all. 

That’s correct. 590 is in the middle, but leans more toward 580

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5 minutes ago, heyclaytay said:

Has anybody tried or have any insight the +1" on the T? 

It’s a common mod request. What do you want to know, specifically? It helps a bit with puck retention 

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1 hour ago, Chenner29 said:

It’s a common mod request. What do you want to know, specifically? It helps a bit with puck retention 

I'm just curious as I haven't seen or tried any glove with this mod. For reference I use a 590 break single t and a +1 pocket is available in the CCM customizer. Looking for if people have preferred their gloves one way or another, also maybe a pros and cons of using that mod.

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