I like the mechanic 1 when they get wet they dry and don't hard'n like some gloves 2 they hold up better then other gloves 3 you can throw them in the washing machine to wash out the fish smell 4 they also a all around glove.
I've always wore gloves the to pull line quickly. Only issue is I go through about 2 pair a season but i shoot on avg 2 to 5 times a week. I assume since your from ga u shoot the hill. Need them on any of the lake with grass and clay.
sorry to revive such an old post..but just recently grabbed a PSE wave used...it has the orange finger savers on it...I like them but noticed that as I release and my fingers roll off the rolers it actually twists the line just a bit and the arrow literaly climbs up the wall of the rest..raising it up enough to be an issue...I guess i'll learn to compensate and try to be consistent in my pull off, but wanted to check with you guys and see if i'm doing something wrong with these little roller finger savers?
thanks.. they seem to be tight..I was thinking about working them for a while so they don't grab the string..maybe a drop of silicone down in there as well? I believe they were factory installed..so i didn't know if i was making a false assumption about how they should actually work.
It's OK the
At they grab the string. If they didn't they slide out of position. String twisting is a natural result of shooting fingers. If you used a glove instead your string would still twist. That shouldn't be affecting your arrow at all.