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uhlsport FLEX FRAME – ultra flexible finger protection for goalkeeper gloves

The uhlsport FLEX FRAME technology is a particularly flexible construction for goalkeeper gloves with finger protection. The ergonomic design unites a large degree of flexibility with the highest safety factor. This frame technology with finger protection for the index finger, middle finger, ring finger and little finger gives a lot of freedom for catching and gripping movements in the first place and at the same time prevents the fingers from being sprained. Thanks to the combination of innovative materials, goalkeeper gloves with FLEX FRAME finger protection provide the greatest possible support needed for safe goalkeeping.

uhlsport FLEX FRAME CARBON – the barely noticeable fingersave with lightweight construction

The uhlsport FLEX FRAME CARBON finger protection is a further development of the FLEX FRAME and ultra lightweight. The basic construction is similar in both systems and protects all fingers apart from the thumb. The difference is to be found in the material composition, because the FLEX FRAME CARBON is reinforced with carbon fibers. This new finger protection technology is hardly noticeable at all, gives maximum finger stability even with the hardest shots and allows unrestricted catching mobility.

The best finger protection for goalkeeper gloves

Finger protection, fingersave or frame – no matter what you call it, it is important that the hand and fingers are stabilized. Especially with goalkeeper gloves for children, the purchase of finger protection models is sensible to protect the hands from injury. When choosing the right model, it also depends a lot on personal preferences and your own feeling. To give every goalkeeper the individually most comfortable protection, in addition to the uhlsport FLEX FRAME technology, there are two other finger protection models in the uhlsport shop: the uhlsport BIONIKFRAME product line and the uhlsport SUPPORTFRAME range – both with extra options for four or five finger spines per hand.