Choose your destiny

Choose your destiny


With passion for sports Reusch keeps focusing its strengths on the development of professional gloves. As a global acting sports glove supplier with German roots we’re concentrating on different elements interacting with each other.Tradition is one key element of Reusch. Since 1934, for us tradition means transferring knowledge and experience from the past to the present. Tradition is development; it’s the reflection of success! From then till now. Knowledge is our engine of progress.

 Analyzing the market, foreseeing trends, and understanding the customer needs - all this mixed with fresh team spirit ends up in outstanding sports gloves for amateurs and professionals. Guided by tradition and powered by knowledge we focus one direction: forwards! Movement is evolvement! Keeping in mind where we come from, we are sure about where to go. Flexibility and innovation are our companions on the way forward. We adapt to changes, reflect our strengths and open our eyes for what comes next. We keep moving! And so do our products.

While developing and improving glove engineering for decades in 1972 the needs of professional alpine athletes are finally met. Son Gebhard Reusch joins forces and Reusch enters the industry with a collection of specially designed winter gloves and starts expanding activities in the market. Just one year later in a close co-operation with German goalkeeper legend Sepp Maier, Gebhard Reusch develops the first goalkeeper glove in history. A milestone for the world of soccer and Sepp Maier as well, winning the World Cup just one year later.

Since 1974, most of the Soccer World Cup titles have been won with gloves by Reusch. Since 1972 alpine athletes wearing Reusch gloves won app. 75% of all available medals at major skiing competitions such as Ski World Cups and Winter Olympics. After celebrating Reusch´s 70th anniversary in 2004 Reusch takes it back to the roots and concentrates on what we know best, delivering professional alpine and soccer gloves for amateurs and professionals.