Our Glove of the Month are the Checker Gloves! These printed gloves are here to bring all the skater vibes to your cymbal playing! This fun all-over print features black and white checkers. These Checker Gloves Gloves are available in The Cymbal Gloves.Only available while supplies last! (These gloves run a little small and we recommend sizing up)
The Cymbal Gloves At the very basic level, The Cymbal Gloves are a tool. They provide both protection as well as utility. A person playing hand cymbals experiences certain levels of physical pain as well as surface level injuries that are common for performers. Our high performance cymbal gloves help to minimize those effects, in that they provide another layer of “skin” for the player. This helps prevent abrasions and swelling which are natural occurrences when playing the instrument. Another obstacle for performers is the inherent friction and, in some cases, “sticking” of the cymbal strap on the wrist and forearm when trying to execute more advanced visual sequences involving releases and reloads. The Cymbal Gloves help to reduce friction at those very locations, without compromising the look of the player within the ensemble. In short, The Cymbal Gloves help cymbal players maximize their performance, while simultaneously maximizing their ability and preventing injuries.
The Hornline Gloves
The Hornline Gloves are a necessary part of every brass, woodwind, and cymbal players’ rehearsal and performance gear. Unlike other marching band gloves on the market, Seavine Hornline Gloves are made to last longer, fit better, and look cooler.
The spandex material makes them superior to the standard cotton constructed gloves on the market. The elasticity of the fabric make The Hornline Gloves sleek, durable, and formfitting.
While we are still putting together a more accurate sizing chart, here are a few helpful tips in choosing what size is best for the performer. Your size for a pair of The Cymbal Gloves and The Hornline Gloves typically correlates with what size cotton band glove you would wear. The material is elastic so there is some play in size. Generally most cymbal players order mediums unless they are particularly petite or a larger person.
For cleaning and upkeep, The Cymbal Gloves and The Hornline Gloves are safe to machine wash in cold water. Do NOT put in the dryer, hang up for best results.