Close Recently added item(s)
You have no items in your shopping cart.
The Revolution is back!
The new Koho Revolution 587 goal glove is a continuation of the legendary Koho look with a modern Lefevre design.
The 587 catch glove maintains a classic Lefevre feel with an added pro palm, offering additional protection while still maintaining the ability to open and close the glove easily. A fully articulating backhand provides maximum protection from all angles.
The single "T" and webbing allow for consistent catching feel while absorbing puck impact. An internal palm lined with SureGrip material provides maximum grip to the goalie's hand and prevents glove slippage during long ice sessions.
The 587 is offered in both 580 and 590 break styles.
The 580 will feature a more aggressive thumb angle paired with a large pocket to create a glove with a traditional palm break that easily directs pucks into the pocket.
The 590 break will offer a wide open feel to the glove, more oriented towards maximizing surface area for blocking. Compared to the 580 angle, the 590 will have the break moved outwards, closer to the fingers to create a more natural index-to-thumb closure.
Compared to the Koho 585 model glove, the 587 will feature an upgrade in material quality and protection with better wear resistance over time.
If you are a competitive intermediate level goalie looking for a legendary glove feel with maximum protection, look no further than the Koho 587.
|Player Profile||Designed for the goalie looking for a wide-open glove with maximum net coverage and traditional Lefevre feel.|
|Front Face (Material)||1.3 mm Clarino|
|Palm Protection||Senior Pro Palm|
|Catch Angle (Per Manufacturer)||580 (M2), 590 (M1, M3)|
|Break Style||Fingers to Palm (580), Index to Thumb (590)|
|Thumb/Cuff Design||1-piece (M1, M2), 2-piece (M3)|
|Internal Palm (Material)||Grey Nash|
|Thumb Construction||Injection Molded with EPE (Expanded Polyethylene) foam|
|Internal Strapping||1 Velcro on fingers, 1 velcro on back of hand|
|Pocket Lacing||Nylon cord|
|Weight in grams (SR)||1026|
|Weight in ounces (SR)||36.19|
Koho 587 Sr. Glove
|Single T||Single T||Single T|
|Palm Stiffness||Pro Palm||Pro Palm||Pro Palm|
Thanks GM for delivery to Europe in under 2 weeks!Review by Morten (Posted on 12/12/2016)
Coming from a Reebook P4 Pro (580 break, Game Ready palm), this is my opinion.
Pro: + 590 break feels way better than 580. It's easier to stickhandle
+ Broken in right out of the box
+ Feels very comfy
+ Glove is gets sticky when hand sweats, doesnt slip.
+ Design, looks even better in reality
Con: - cheaper materials than Reebok P4 Pro
- palm protection is Game Ready, not Pro (it's called Senior Pro?!)
- velcro and strappings feel cheap, but work
Durability: only time will tell. I expect to get 2 season (Oct - Apr) out of it.
Great glove for any low league goalie, who doesnt need the expensive Pro models. Great value if you got it by the GM discount. 4 Stars because of the "game ready" palm protection. With a serious pro palm it'd be 5 starts easily.
Got this glove from GM, right out of the box is seemd to broken in already,snaps shut with no effort, looks great, very comfortable, hand is able to breath while you play, i can feel air circulating through the glove. Although third time on the ice with it i took a pretty heavy clapper to the crease of the glove, felt that stinger the rest of the game. Overall this is probably the most comfortable glove iv worn in a long time comming from the ccm e flex 2 glove id say i prefer this over the ccm glove just because of the game ready feel fresh out of the box. Ill probably get the pro palm next time.Review by canadianTendy (Posted on 1/20/2016)
I was a goalie at Jr. A level and took a long break. This is the first glove I purchased in thirteen years and love it. I was a Brian's glove guy so I was a bit hesitant but well worth the risk. It's broken in already after wearing it twice. Good padding and looks way better in person than the pictures on here. Oh and my hand is pretty big/long plenty of room in this glove!!Review by Chicago (Posted on 2/2/2015)