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06-10-2015, 11:11 AM

Here's a picture of the glove. I've got fairly large hands and the glove is a Large size.
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06-10-2015, 11:38 AM

That is very unique looking. I just hope the end index finger digit isn't exposed to the shaft when using a loop bridge. I think it looks pretty cool but I am more interested in performance.

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Here's a picture of the glove. I've got fairly large hands and the glove is a Large size.


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Let me know what John says about HAND-washing them. Usually, I use shampoo to hand-wash my Felice Gloves without any noticeable deterioration.

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So I sent a e mail off to John Bertone ( the kamui guy )

This is the reply I got back.

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I would assume so. Lets test it. Only wash it, and then air dry. The machine that damages clothes is the dryer from the extreme heat. Rarely ever the washer.

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I 1st saw this exsact glove with that famous 3 cushion players name on it.
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I 1st saw this exsact glove with that famous 3 cushion players name on it. - 06-10-2015, 04:19 PM

Now, Kamuii has put their name on it. It's ok. But if you want to try a really awesome glove try the new Longoni Sultan Billiard Glove! Now that's an awesome glove. or even the old Longoni Black Fire Glove beats the new Kamuii Glove. They let your hand breath more and are not as flimsy. Looking forward to the new Tiger Glove. Unlike companies like OB, Predator and Kamuii, Tiger Products out of Burbank, Califonia always comes out with the most original and best products. Not lifted from other companies! Have you seen these new OB Plus Shafts? They are Tiger Shafts! Only they don't play as well. MHO.
  
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06-10-2015, 04:42 PM

Looks like a rebranded molinari glove.

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Looks like a rebranded molinari glove.

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Looks very similar to the Kamui glove indeed. I think this website http://www.3cushioncues.com/Molinari...7_9361553.aspx is the official dealer in the US. At $14, it's cheaper than the Kamui glove.
  
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06-10-2015, 11:01 PM

it took me a while to get used to the fingertip-less Kamui glove, but I like it now. Before that, IBS and Felice gloves were my favorite. A few years back I came across a Falcon glove, which I really liked, but can't find it anymore. What makes the difference to me with gloves is the material and how much feel I lose with the cue going through my fingers. With the sureshot, action, and some other brands, I really didn't like how they felt.

what I find intriguing also, is that molinari is made by predator and the molinari gloves are almost exactly the same as the Kamui.


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That's exactly what it is. Lol i felt that way the moment I saw it at the expo. They also both come to you in the same box. Hmmmm lol I would almost guarantee that the same Chinese factory making mollinari is making this. Mollinari is the best glove I've ever used.


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Now, Kamuii has put their name on it. It's ok. But if you want to try a really awesome glove try the new Longoni Sultan Billiard Glove! Now that's an awesome glove. or even the old Longoni Black Fire Glove beats the new Kamuii Glove. They let your hand breath more and are not as flimsy. Looking forward to the new Tiger Glove. Unlike companies like OB, Predator and Kamuii, Tiger Products out of Burbank, Califonia always comes out with the most original and best products. Not lifted from other companies! Have you seen these new OB Plus Shafts? They are Tiger Shafts! Only they don't play as well. MHO.
The Tiger Shaft has developed the 'Tiger X' technology, designed to produce 'radial consistency in the hit of the cue. The natural grain of each strip of wood is carefully placed to face each apex of the other, which reveals a solid 'x' grain throughout its length. Actually a simple construction that was realized by Tiger Products after some lengthy testing and development.

See Here!

In fact, the X2 Cues take the same tech and engineer it to the actual exterior design of the whole cue. This forces the natural aesthetics of the cue to look the way they do. Like 'tetris blocks' instead of points.

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Will this glove work with a closed bridge? It looks from the pics like the fingers have some grippy material on them similar to the palm..
  
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Will this glove work with a closed bridge? It looks from the pics like the fingers have some grippy material on them similar to the palm..
Yes it works; I use a closed bridge 99% of the time. The finger material is very "slippery". The only "grip" is the leather palm piece.

I prefer open fingertips because I usually use a tripod closed bridge and I want my fingertips firmly on the table cloth. It seems like my fingertips could slide/move if there was material between them and the cloth.


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