PLEASE NOTE: UNFORTUANTELY THE MANUFACTURER OF THIS ITEM IS OUT OF BUSINESS AND WE ONLY HAVE STOCK ON LEFT HAND GLOVES.
The Original Ga-Ga Glove, designed with a unique knuckle protection system, prevents scrapes and bruises also knows as "gaga knuckle." The molded rubber design allows for flexibility, while the four-way mesh and suede palm has maximum breath-ability and moisture control. The unique finger design enables the player to have improved feel and ball control when playing their favorite summer-time game. The glove comes in two different sizes, Youth and Teen, for children from Ages 6 to 15. You can choose from one of four colors - black, blue, green, pink or red to match your camp colors or color war team
Ga-ga is played in a large octagon or hexagon called the Ga-ga pit. Ga-ga begins with someone throwing the gaga ball up into the air. When it bounces the players say “Ga” each bounce for the first three bounces. After three bounces the ball is in play and the game starts. A player cannot hit the ball twice in a row unless it bounces off a wall or another person. When a player is hit, he leaves the game. A player who knocks the ball out of the pit is also out. If a player catches the ball in the air, the last person to hit the ball is out.
- You can hit the ball with your hands, but picking up the ball and throwing it at a player is not allowed.
- If the ball touches a player anywhere on or below the knee (in some versions, below the ankle), that player is eliminated from the game.
- A player cannot touch the ball two times sequentially; the ball must hit another player or wall before that player can touch the ball again. If the player violates this rule, it is called a double touch and that player is out. Some versions of the game allow double or even triple touches.
- If a player pops the ball up into the air, another player may catch it and ground it. Some variations do not allow catching at all.
- The player cannot kick the ball. (As this is touching the ball below the knee.)
- If a player hits the ball out of the arena without touching the wall, ground, or another player, the player who hit it is out.