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Reebok Hockey Gloves 2011

July 12th, 2011 Matt Ward No comments

The Reebok 9000 4-Roll. Classic Fit, Advanced Performance.

New for 2011, Reebok is offering 2 different lines of gloves. Many of you are familiar with the KFS (KineticFit System) style glove line Reebok has featured before. This anatomical design has a low-profile fit and contours closely to the entire hand and wrist. I’m very excited for the 2nd line Reebok has released. For 2011 Reebok offers a classic 4-Roll style glove for the players seeking that traditional loose fit..

The new Reebok 9000 4-Roll was built with pro expectations in mind. This loose fitting glove is where advanced technology meets classic construction. With its open cuff design it not only looks pro but it plays the part too. Reebok

Patrick Marleau of the San Jose Sharks - Rockin' some Reebok 4-Rolls

Some Tech specs on the 9000 4 Roll:

  • Tricot Outer (Fast Break-in, light, breathable)
  • Soft Pro Grade Nash Palms, reinforced in key areas
  • Beefy DD Foams with plastic inserts throughout hand
  • Extended guard on outer hand and pinky
  • Reebok Moisture Wicking Comfort Liner
  • Split Fingers increase dexterity
  • Open cuff maximizes mobiliy

The other gloves in the 4-Roll series are the 7000 and the 5000. Both feature the Reebok Moisture Wicking Comfort Liner and the same loose fitting design as the 9000. There’s a 4-Roll for your price range!

The Reebok 11K KFS Glove. Low profile, contoured protection.

Reebok’s 2nd glove line, aka The KFS (KineticFit System) line showcases advanced features to maximize mobility. The unique “Interior fit glove” featured on the 9k and 11K allows for incredible wrist mobility. The 9k and 11K also includes a mobile 3-piece finger construction and a moisture wicking Reebok comfort liner. The 11K features an advanced Clarino palm, and the 9k, 7k ,and 5k include durable nash combination palms. The whole KFS line features a mobile anatomical fit, and there’s one for every budget!

Where do you get the newest Reebok gloves?

InlineWarehouse.com and IceWarehouse.com of course!

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