Gloves Negative and Roll-Negative cut 

It's called a negative cut because it has the seams of the fingers towards inside, for a better contact with the ball. The negative cut is very used by the European goalkeepers, very similar to the flat, but with the difference that here the palm doesn't have seams, for more sensibility and grip of the ball. It's the kind of gloves used by the most experienced goalkeepers because it permits less errors. It's very common in the European game. On the other side, The gloves Roll-negative are characterized by the fact they have an hybrid cut, with the fingers involved by latex, with the end of the seams towards inside. This glove has a larger latex area than the negatives. Because it has less amortization, there is a total contact sensation with the ball. You'll reach a better adjustment than with the RollFinger gloves.

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