"This is Euro-style rubber, fast speed , quick attacking and loop drive."
Ratings (out of 12):
This is the latest rubber from Globe. It's a tacky rubber with quite a low throw, making it
(in our opinion) most suitable for blocking, hitting and counter hitting/looping. Rubbers is quite insensitive
to spin for a tacky rubber, and would be suitable for a more defensive and control style game too.
- Speed: 11
- Spin: 9
- Control: 10
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Globe awala from One of a Kind Trading
Globe Awala review:
Review by yogi_bear (published with permission)
I was curious about the Globe awala ava rubber and I bought it just to see
if its of any good. at first look on the topsheet the quality is good
comparable to that of an LKT rubber. The topsheet is smooth with only slight
tackiness with it even in black. The sponge is a soft dirty white cream
sponge with the hardness of 38-40 degrees.
Tthe rubber is bouncy on my first fh to fh drills and even my bh to bh
drills. It doesn't give a dead bounce compared to traditional rubbers from
china. The soft sponge and the slightly grippy top=sheet makes looping a bit
easy. I placed this in my persson powerspeed blade and it was fast enough to
give fast spinny shots but more on the spinny side.. I think this rubber
excels in looping more than smashing.. in smashing this rubber only performs
in a mediocre fashion because its sponge is too soft smashing isn't that
strong. Loop driving is good with this rubber but looping is where this
rubber excels the best. It's not sensitive to incoming spins due to the fact
that it is not super tacky.
All in all this globe rubber is worth more than its price because it gives
value for money.. this is recommended for people who loves slow spinny loops
or regular loops that offers good speed and control.