If you play football, depending on the position that you play, you may need to learn how to break in football gloves. It takes a little while to break in football gloves, so only use them in a game if you are sure they will help you. Many players have more than one pair of football gloves they use in a game, so they have a backup if one of the gloves accidentally tears.
To break in football gloves you need:
- Throwing partner
- Put on your gloves and loosen them up. When you need to break in football gloves, wearing them a lot is the best thing you can do. Even if you are not on the football field, you can still wear them at home and move your fingers around to help break them in. Don’t pull the gloves too tight or you may tear or stretch them.
- Ask a friend to throw the football around to break in football gloves. This will help you get used to catching the football with your new gloves on. Ask your friend to throw you some passes until you are comfortable using the gloves to catch with.
- Keep opening and closing your hands between passes to break in football gloves faster. Adjust the gloves if they become too loose when you are throwing the ball with your friend. You can also take them off and let them dry a little, then put them back on to help break them in.
- Take care of your gloves when you are not wearing them. Don’t leave them balled up in your gym bag or they may not give you enough grip during a game. When you are trying to break in football gloves, spread them out in the open so they can air dry. Wear them every day even if it’s only for a few minutes, so they stay formed to your hands.
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