Purchased these on whim with bunch of other stuff, so glad I did. Good fit and grip and of course protection. If you've only had passing thought about using gloves give these a try before spending more on the"name"brands.
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Wear comfort top - quality flop
I bought the Millenium drummer's gloves because I often had problems with cornea and blisters. The purpose is to protect the gloves wonderfully. The sticks no longer rub on the hands and bubbles remain so.
Visually, the gloves are unfortunately not so beautiful. The white leather discolours itself through the use unsightly and the Netzstoff is indeed light, but does not look good. What is pleasing is that the gloves can be worn comfortably. After wearing, however, the leather becomes relatively hard and inelastic. When re-worn, however, the leather is again soft and comfortable to wear.
In my opinion, the feeling of playing does not suffer when wearing these gloves. This is quite different with Meinl's gloves (with fingers), where the sticks slip easily out of the hand, causing the hand to become stiff when trying to keep control of the sticks. To counteract the slipping, I have to use Wax. The Millenium Gloves have a great grip.
The big drawback is the quality: After just a few months a large crack in the leather occurred and a few months later the leather was partially rubbed on the fingers. Despite the cheap price, this is not very pleasing, especially since the gloves are really good. Because of this I can unfortunately only 2/5 stars.
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