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The Pro Protek is a professional match quality glove with finger protection. Cut to mold to hands, the Pro Protek is lightweight and flexible. The fingers and thumb have flexible supportive spines. This version has a flat cut.

PALM: 4 mm Aqua Control Grip latex with 3 mm backing foam for grip in all conditions. Removable, flexible finger spines. Ultra-dry moisture controlling body construction. 5 mm latex backhand. CLOSURE: Exclusive MAS (micro adjustable strap) and 9 cm latex wrist strap with three points on connection for a secure fit.

BEST FOR: Match play.


Los guantes Pro Protek son de calidad profesional e incluyen protección en los dedos. Cortados para ajustarse a tus manos, son ligeros y flexibles. Los dedos y el pulgar vienen con anillos flexibles que brindan soporte. Esta versión viene con corte plano.

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