Look at this beauty.
Goalkeepers who like a bulky glove normally have to put up with a bit of weight, while those who like featherweight models are forced to compromise with thin backhand material. Selsport gets around this by using a lighter, less-dense backhand latex in high groove strips. It provides reassuring bulk (and a great punching platform) to the backhand of the Elite Spirit, but, combined with an Airmesh body construction, keeps the overall weight down.
This is great, but what really matters, of course, is the grip. No worries there, as Selsport uses 3.5 millimeters of its tried and trusted SupaSoft. I've used the glove a half-dozen times in conditions ranging from cold and dry to warm and wet, with lots of miserable spitting drizzle in between (ah, springtime in New York). It grips like a demon. It probably wouldn't be a first-choice glove on a wet winter night - no glove with a mesh construction would be - but the latex is more than up to the task.
There are little touches I like, such as the v-notch between thumb and forefinger and the internal stitching of the two middle fingers (always an issue with rollfinger gloves - I doubt it makes any performance difference whatsoever, but it certainly looks better). My pair of size 9 fit true to size, with the finger fit being on the snug side.
Like any modern glove, it benefits greatly from a thorough prewash. Out of the pack, the latex feels a bit powdery and slick, but a good five minutes squeezing them under the tap takes care of that.