A quick intro: I'm a student that lives in Chicago and goes to school in Oregon. I play in fairly competitive adult soccer leagues (having previous experience in undergrad). I've begun to play GK more due to bad knees with old age, an ever growing belly, and the fact that nobody else wants to play that position. In both the Chicago-land and Eugene/Portland areas, I've noticed that artificial turf fields are replacing the natural grass, and green spray-painted carpet that I used to play in during my younger years. Personally, I'm not a fan. I've noticed more wear and tear on my clothing and body when sliding, the main sole-to-upper on my cleats and indoors is separating faster (and getting those little black pebbles stuck inside), and most relevant to this post - my goalie gloves are not lasting very long. Anyways, in short, I was wondering if any other keepers out there had suggestions on gloves that can withstand the destructive abrasion of artificial turf. I've been buying mid-priced Reusch's ($45-80) range and they only last a couple games before the entire palm is worn through. Any advice would be awesome. Thanks!