ArdeFIN Posted June 16, 2022 Share Posted June 16, 2022 Started this glove as it seemed to be only a dismantle - see through - back together project with nothing stellar to happen and do. Just a minor rip on the jenpros that are an easy fix when the glove is dismantled into pieces. Then the findings from the inside are some mis-matching on the break Interesting build with half of the lacing hidden inside. Yes it keeps the palm area nice and clean but also lets the jenpro to greate a sort bubble underneath. Ecopro foam I assume covering everything from thumb to wrist area. That slide in the middle is awkward and just doesn't fit in there. But isn't anything that couldn't be made better. This was interesting structure as usually the plastic is up to the cuff or cut off at the cuff curve. Propably a build I'm not going to do in the same way as the plastic is really difficult to mold into shapes used here. Also the bent edges that make the plastic stiffer have been broken as they usually do. Similar effects on Bauer and CCM gloves atleast. So this simple open and learn experiment just got into normal scale of repairs. The filth gathered inside the glove is once again disgusting. The original color of the fabric is revealed from under the lacing. Even the nylon lace is in the same brown color and infused with the smell. So basic measures of cleaning the gear. First of is the 24 hour bath in cold tap water and some vinegar. About 2% mix if you wan't to know. Some mixing in between for a few times and then a good hand wash with some sport detergent. 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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