Aquilzz Posted March 21, 2019 Share Posted March 21, 2019 I've always wondered why we see CCM pros with different palm designs. Stitching is laid out differently even across the same model. Pics: 1)Here we see Elliott with what appears to be a raised palm with no face stitching (perhaps D30 palm), which is the same or at least very similar to what retail gloves are. 2) Here's Rinne in a palm that looks raised (similar to Elliott and retail), but there is added stitching on the palm. This is the most common implement I've noticed in the pros. 3) Price in more of a "classic" stitching, without the raised palm and with a straight stitching instead of what we see on Rinne's glove. Now I know Price's pic has him in his old 600 (he's in a 590 now), and his new 590s have the same stitching pattern as Rinne. It seems that 600s have a different palm stitching pattern than 590s, which is a different yet interesting conversation. But anyways, both Elliott and Rinne are in 590s with different palms. If you look at the senior level stuff, it's the same stitching as Rinne's palm. Is this evidence that many of the pros aren't using the D30 palm? The raised D30 causes the glove to close a bit differently. Is it pros using a D30 palm with a pro palm on top of it? It's something I've always been curious about, and as a gear nerd, I don't like not knowing things . Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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