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Item #20201
  1. Protect Yourself
  2. $39.99
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Based on feedback from professional players, The Full90 Premier is ideal for those who play at the highest level of the game. It has a lower profile, a lightweight four-strap secure fit construction and includes a moisture-managing fabric. This lets the Premier better conform to the shape of the head and improves the feel of the ball as it makes contact.

For sizing measure the circumference of the head. Sizing: S/M: 19"-22" and L 21 7/8"- 24"

Does not come with extra pads.


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