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Just got an email from TGW about a new line of FJ Gloves in colors. Awesome.
Haven't received the email yet. Definitely cool. It'd be cool if they made them for juniors too. My son would love a green one.
Saw their facebook post. Seems that people's requests for color matching was filled :)
Will be interesting to see one of these in person - looks somewhat like a Stasoft but in color.
I can see Randy rocking a few of those Light Blue Ones - and that Orange looks exciting.
Could not have said it better myself. The orange really stands out and I like that violet as well. I too want to see these in person and to try them on.
Saw them two years ago it Shoe Box and they're finally here... Better pics on FaceBook..
saw on FB too. If they are basically colored StaSof then I'm IN!
Is the backing synthetic or leather? It doesn't matter - the SciFlex has a synthetic back and it's awesome!
Saw these a couple of years ago and I was wondering if they would decide to release them. Great addition to the FJ line. Another example of FJ listening to their customers and adjusting to what is being requested.
Light Blue, Yellow, Red, Lavender.....
Don't jump so fast - my friend - these might come in a box with all colors. Someone might be able to get them for you.
I saw an email at work about these. I will for sure be adding some color to my collection to go along with the new clothing I am ordering. A very good call by FJ to offer this up, as it sets them that much higher above the competition.
Ok with the new colored gloves what is the guideline for matching-- do you color match your shoe color (or accent color in shoes), your shirt? FJ fashionistas what say you?
fredclossIs the backing synthetic or leather? It doesn't matter - the SciFlex has a synthetic back and it's awesome!
I need to order 2 in ea color. I always buy 2 pr of socks at a time just in case a lose one. It can be challenging to always coordinate shirts and shoes. Gloves make it easier to coordinate a smaller piece instead of big pieces.