HP29 Posted August 19, 2019 Share Posted August 19, 2019 I feel this is the most stupid question I’ve ever asked, even going back to the GSBB, but here goes... Is it possible to gently manipulate and reshape a glove break? (i.e. heat, moisture, elbow grease, etc.) I have a Brian’s Alite, and the 35° break really isn’t for me. I’ve always much preferred the 60° break on my 590 iterations over the years, and that has only been dethroned by playing around with a Warrior G4 (75° option.) Anyhow, I’m stuck with this mitt until probably the new year, without the immediate option to sell and flip, or have a guy like Dave Wilcox rip it open and create a new break. It feels unnatural and I am always very conscious of my glove hand. The bigger problem, though, is stick handling. I can still launch bombs, but there just isn’t enough depth in the palm to have good control with my bottom hand. It almost feels like the T is in the way of my palm, and I can only get a bit of the palm heel on the stick So, the actual question - could I possibly coerce this poor mitt into a slightly different shape or closure without cutting it open? Any tips are greatly appreciated. Just looking for any improvement until I can upgrade in a few months. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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