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|by jay808||Date Added: Friday 01 February, 2013|
I bought this for my daughter who is 11 years old. She is currently the starting point guard for her team. I bought this to help improve her dribbling and vision of the court. My daughter could dribble good before but I noticed she panicked when a lot of people was playing defense on her. I knew it was because she could not see the whole court due to the fact she was concentrating on her dribbling in traffic. After training with these on for a week, her dribbling skills increased dramatically. She has been using them for a month now and she loves it. She is excited because she noticed her dribbling has gotten good after using for a short time. She asks me could you imagine if i trained with these for a couple of years i laughed and said you probably wont need them by than. Great product.
|by Angi Wallace||Date Added: Monday 28 January, 2013|
My son plays freshman basketball and wanted these to hone his dribbling skills and feel for the ball. Seem to be doing exactly what we expected, and are durable and fit well.
|by ben||Date Added: Saturday 19 January, 2013|
Was shipped on time, product as described, was what I wanted. A great experience. Thanks. Would be happy to purchase from this vendor again.
|by Dean Marvin||Date Added: Friday 18 January, 2013|
I'm so happy the style changed; these are very ergonomical and fit anyone's face. The kids actually like the ball handling drills when I break out the Dribbling Specs!!
|by Phil Stephens||Date Added: Thursday 10 January, 2013|
Great tool for teaching kids the basics of dribbling without looking. However, young kids will tend to bend their necks even further down to look at the ball with the dribble specs on so you have to keep telling them to keep their heads up anyway.
|by Jay||Date Added: Monday 07 January, 2013|
These dribble specs are probably the best thing anyone can do to improve their ball handing. It does exactly what it looks like it does. It prevents you from looking down at the ball while dribbling and forces you to develop at natural feel for the ball. I would say this is a must for any serious point guard! Keeping your eyes on the court will increase your confidence in your game and allow you to see the open man for the sweet dish! Highly recommend!