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PostSubject: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:27 pm

Not sure if it is the product or just my luckiness?? Bought a new pair of FJ gloove (weather proof type) for a game, and walau!!! into the 6 hole only, tear liao...on the top part of the gloove near upper part of thumb.

Anybody with such encounters? Sian liao..now go back to my cheaper Wilson glove....SGD 9.9 only
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:28 pm

Hmmm... strange.. i use FJ Science Flex and have no such problems with it.. you grip too tight Bro?



edited my post... old man can't see too well aly... Razz


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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:31 pm

Duval_S wrote:
Not sure if it is the product or just my luckiness?? Bought a new pair of FJ gloove (weather proof type) for a game, and walau!!! into the 6 hole only, tear liao...on the top part of the gloove near upper part of thumb.

Anybody with such encounters? Sian liao..now go back to my cheaper Wilson glove....SGD 9.9 only

Bro, is that the one which is selling at 2 for $26? I bought this recently and found that they didn't have much of a grip. Ironically, they were quite sturdy so no issues with tearing etc but they were a little too smooth for my liking.

Maybe it was just the one glove which was bad, DS.
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:34 pm

I think the more expensive glove always give more comfort than the less expensive ones.. When buying gloves always check for quality first! Cos you cannot expect the shop to open every single box and check it! I think FJ and Titleist is my favourtie =)
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:35 pm

JL wrote:
I think the more expensive glove always give more comfort than the less expensive ones.. When buying gloves always check for quality first! Cos you cannot expect the shop to open every single box and check it! I think FJ and Titleist is my favourtie =)

I just picked up a Mizuno pair in JB over the weekend. Quite good quality. RM30. Got grip Smile
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:08 pm

sometimes you get lucky and sometime you dun~ (production fault i guess)

but overall FJ gloves are not too bad. I used to use callaway ones but have switched to FJ recently~

Same thing happened to me before and after that incident, i always try on the gloves and check the stitching before buying~
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:41 pm

Lamts18 wrote:
Hmmm... strange.. i use FJ Science Flex and have no such problems with it.. you grip too tight Bro?



edited my post... old man can't see too well aly... Razz

Mr Lamts18, where did u guy yr glove ah? Smile
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:41 pm

Maybe because you pull the glove on your hand using the part above that part of the thumb.. quite common especially if your hand is damp so you pull harder....

You should slide onto fingers first then the stress is not on that part of the seam...

Did that make any sense??????

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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:44 pm

JL wrote:
I think the more expensive glove always give more comfort than the less expensive ones.. When buying gloves always check for quality first! Cos you cannot expect the shop to open every single box and check it! I think FJ and Titleist is my favourtie =)

I check every pc before I buy. They allow that. Infact gd old Sammy taught me...
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:48 pm

Duval_S wrote:
Not sure if it is the product or just my luckiness?? Bought a new pair of FJ gloove (weather proof type) for a game, and walau!!! into the 6 hole only, tear liao...on the top part of the gloove near upper part of thumb.

Anybody with such encounters? Sian liao..now go back to my cheaper Wilson glove....SGD 9.9 only

Bring it back to where you bought from, if it's manufacturing defect they will replace it...
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:55 pm

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Duval_S wrote:
Not sure if it is the product or just my luckiness?? Bought a new pair of FJ gloove (weather proof type) for a game, and walau!!! into the 6 hole only, tear liao...on the top part of the gloove near upper part of thumb.

Anybody with such encounters? Sian liao..now go back to my cheaper Wilson glove....SGD 9.9 only

Bring it back to where you bought from, if it's manufacturing defect they will replace it...

Yeah, bring it back. They should replace it. 6 holes is barely used at all.
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:02 pm

cun imagine 6holes and you ripped it apart..
Unbelievable.. must be the quality of the glove..
I have this $26 for 2 FJ Glove as well... working fine leh.. though wear off quite fast.
I got 8 pieces at home. keke.

If not, you must have hit alot of fat shot in the first 6 holes causing your hand to swell & therefore ripped the glove.

Or you may have played in the evening, full moon when you turn into warewolf (how to spell?) and tore the glove.

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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:07 pm

comfortable and nice feeling gloves normally dont last very long... Cos they are meant for feel i think! n normally made of leather!
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:09 pm

jaketang wrote:
Lamts18 wrote:
Hmmm... strange.. i use FJ Science Flex and have no such problems with it.. you grip too tight Bro?



edited my post... old man can't see too well aly... Razz

Mr Lamts18, where did u guy yr glove ah? Smile


TMCC pro shop gets me a box of 12 each time i tell them to... at quite a good price.. can't recall the price off hand though.. sorry...
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:19 pm

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cun imagine 6holes and you ripped it apart..
Unbelievable.. must be the quality of the glove..
I have this $26 for 2 FJ Glove as well... working fine leh.. though wear off quite fast.
I got 8 pieces at home. keke.

If not, you must have hit alot of fat shot in the first 6 holes causing your hand to swell & therefore ripped the glove.

DS is a steady golfer. He doesn't look like the grip it and rip it sort (but maybe he was really upset that day). So, must be the golf. I don't think he really overused the glove in any way.

Roystonnn wrote:
Or you may have played in the evening, full moon when you turn into warewolf (how to spell?) and tore the glove.

geek

ROFLOL!!
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 5:46 pm

Roystonnn wrote:


Or you may have played in the evening, full moon when you turn into warewolf (how to spell?) and tore the glove.

geek


It spell as WEREWOLF aka Roystannnnnnnn

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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 6:49 pm

Aiyoh ..no la...did not take steriods that day.....maybe I am too used to Wilson size 24...and just assume FJ is the same as Wilson. But all in all, will make sure I check the stiching b4 hand.
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:26 pm

hmmm planning on buying the nike drifit tour from lukewa one of these days! anyone tried them out before?
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:55 pm

Duval_S wrote:
Aiyoh ..no la...did not take steriods that day.....maybe I am too used to Wilson size 24...and just assume FJ is the same as Wilson. But all in all, will make sure I check the stiching b4 hand.

Do you know whether the rip was from stretching your hand or from the abrasion against the club? Tearing would be more the seams of the glove whereas the rip would just tear through the material itself.
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:58 pm

Technospaz wrote:
Duval_S wrote:
Aiyoh ..no la...did not take steriods that day.....maybe I am too used to Wilson size 24...and just assume FJ is the same as Wilson. But all in all, will make sure I check the stiching b4 hand.

Do you know whether the rip was from stretching your hand or from the abrasion against the club? Tearing would be more the seams of the glove whereas the rip would just tear through the material itself.

Wah!! bro....it is near the knuckle ....definitely not fm club
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:59 pm

Duval_S wrote:
Technospaz wrote:
Duval_S wrote:
Aiyoh ..no la...did not take steriods that day.....maybe I am too used to Wilson size 24...and just assume FJ is the same as Wilson. But all in all, will make sure I check the stiching b4 hand.

Do you know whether the rip was from stretching your hand or from the abrasion against the club? Tearing would be more the seams of the glove whereas the rip would just tear through the material itself.

Wah!! bro....it is near the knuckle ....definitely not fm club

Means that the particular glove was not sewn well and hence the tearing near the knuckle. So, it proves that you weren't a werewolf.
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 10:01 pm

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[quote="Duval_S

Means that the particular glove was not sewn well and hence the tearing near the knuckle. So, it proves that you weren't a werewolf.

Litmus test will be this coming Mooncake festival.....lets play on that Sat and I tell you at nite what happen to me ...
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PostSubject: Re: FJ Glove   Thu Aug 13, 2009 10:39 pm

Uncle Lau wrote:
Roystonnn wrote:


Or you may have played in the evening, full moon when you turn into warewolf (how to spell?) and tore the glove.

geek


It spell as WEREWOLF aka Roystannnnnnnn

study

It's spelled as Roystonnnnnnnnn aka KJ Choi. Razz
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