There are latexes with different names, but the formula for how they work is the same.
The softer the latex, the better the grip on the ball.
The harder the latex, the more durable the lead.
The thicker it is, the more secure the glove.
The thinner it is, the better feel you have for the ball.
Suitable for young goalkeepers. It offers good grip and durability for its price, but with poorer performance than other types of latex.
Giga Grip latex
Professional grade latex offering good grip and cushioning. Performs better when moist. It is suitable for all weather conditions and has improved durability.
See our giga grip latex models here.
Latex specially developed to improve grip on the ball in wet weather. Its presentation in the dry is not so good.
Contact latex offers great grip in dry weather and good grip in wet as long as you don't keep the gloves wet. This is the latex most often used by professional goalkeepers around the world. It wears out faster.
The quartz latex of the goalkeeper's gloves is placed between the gig and contact. It is characterized by good grip and durability.