After the EliteTek RG-14 Football Gloves, we have the Under Armour Nitro Football Gloves as number 4 on our top ten list. Under Armour is a very large player in the sporting goods industry with competitive performance apparel, fan gear and casualwear. Under Armour has made a name for themselves by endorsing some of the top athletes in sports. Everywhere from football, baseball, swimming and even snowboarding – the list is endless, while Under Armor continues to endorse athletes in professional and amateur sports.

Under Armour’s mission started with a simple plan to dominate with a superior t-shirt that not only compressed, but also absorbed perspiration. Today, Under Armour has various gear and clothing products for HeatGear, ColdGear and AllSeasonGear. Under Armour Nitro Football Gloves have been ranked number 1 overall (ranked against all UA Football Gloves only) by customers and reviewers – they are extremely durable, with ultra-breathable woven stretch material that allows optimum mobility and flexibility. Like every other glove, Under Armour has incorporated their patented super-sticky palm, known as GrabTack.

This revolutionary Power-Catch technology ensures and secures thumbs with index fingers to minimize twisting effects. Just as the number one choice, the Cutters C- TACK Revolution Football Glove, the Under Armour Nitro Football Glove has a seamless palm, with allowances of perforation through openings for enhanced cooling ventilation comfort. The palm has been designed to give a suction feeling to the human hand to promote a snug fit. With reflecting features, these gloves are sure to catch the cameras attention.

For safety, the Velcro is very sticky, so it never comes undone, but still allows for enough flexibility. The Under Armour Nitro Football Gloves are guaranteed to give any football player superior ball control and handling. To meet the convenience of all football players, the Under Armour Nitro Football Gloves meet the regulations and specifications of the NFHS (National Federation of State High School Associations), NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) and NOCSAE (National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment) standards.