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Does anyone know what kind of gloves Simon Mignolet wears?

Ive tried to find them online but i can't. Does anyone know what they are or am i just being a bit dense.
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Realtek. I don't know if he uses them anymore, because I've seen him wear sells in some photos.

Anyways, link to the manufacturer's site http://www.realtec.be/home.html
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Many thanks, i had always wondered. Last time i was at a Sunderland game he was still wearing them so i'm not sure if he has changed or not that was only last month.
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Just looked at Sunderlands weekend pics. Still in Real. By all means a good brand.
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I dont think I like the look of the gloves they make....
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Mignolet still uses a flat palm which is quite unusual now in the top leagues. I don't really like the look of them either. They look quite cheap and kind of like what Sondico look like now.
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Yes, I agree, they look cheap and nasty, but if the goalkeeper of my favourite team wears them, they must be good haha.
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View Postsafcjason, on 05 October 2011 - 11:12 AM, said:

Mignolet still uses a flat palm which is quite unusual now in the top leagues. I don't really like the look of them either. They look quite cheap and kind of like what Sondico look like now.


For a small brand, they are not cheap at all (even though you may think they look cheap). Most goalkeepers in the Belgian top division use this (Belgian) brand. They look overpriced to me. I'd sooner go for DH-one or Alert or some other small British brand after all the great reviews I've read on this forum.
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He's good..... if you took the Premier league keepers to the BBVA liga (Spain) there wouldn't be scores like 5-0 in every single match!!!!
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I am sorry but them gloves look Shit. I fucking hope the piss poor glove design is just a front for how amazing the glove is.
In all honesty the grip must be amazing as I cannot find another reason 2 like em lol.
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those gloves do look dated and i wouldn't want to wear flat palms.
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View Postits_only_a_game, on 05 March 2012 - 10:40 PM, said:

those gloves do look dated and i wouldn't want to wear flat palms.


Does lead me to wonder what he gets out of it...
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View PostShuyin, on 05 March 2012 - 10:51 PM, said:

Does lead me to wonder what he gets out of it...


more like 'how much' he gets out of it
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I had a pair of Real's when i was about 11 - they didn't have a wrist strap on!

Mark Beeney from Leeds used to wear them!
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View PostMattie280702, on 06 March 2012 - 02:20 PM, said:

I had a pair of Real's when i was about 11 - they didn't have a wrist strap on!

Mark Beeney from Leeds used to wear them!


I had Real gloves when i was 13, they had elasticated wrists, no wrist strap.
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View Postits_only_a_game, on 06 March 2012 - 03:17 PM, said:

I had Real gloves when i was 13, they had elasticated wrists, no wrist strap.



did they have a blue palm? cause mine did!

The old elasticated wrist - you would never find a pair like that now!
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View PostMattie280702, on 06 March 2012 - 03:30 PM, said:

did they have a blue palm? cause mine did!

The old elasticated wrist - you would never find a pair like that now!


they did have a blue palm. i thought they were mutts nutts at the time. my friend got a pair as well of real gloves, but his did have a strap but were pink and purple. got them when i was on holiday
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View Postits_only_a_game, on 06 March 2012 - 03:40 PM, said:

they did have a blue palm. i thought they were mutts nutts at the time. my friend got a pair as well of real gloves, but his did have a strap but were pink and purple. got them when i was on holiday



me too think they cost my mam and dad a tenner! They were bought from a local sportsshop too!
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View PostMattie280702, on 06 March 2012 - 04:04 PM, said:

me too think they cost my mam and dad a tenner! They were bought from a local sportsshop too!


yeah local sports shop, i cant recall the price, i think £12.
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They can't have the money to pay him what big brands will though...
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