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Remember Cerberus?

The vicious three-headed dog who guarded the gates of the Greek underworld, Hades. He inspires fear, just like you on your on the line guarding your goal.

PALM: 6 mm Supersoft latex with flex grooves. Cerberus Bionik frame technology is a close imitation of the human hand and finger tendons. It is a lightweight, flexible, impact distribution machine built into the backhand of the glove which, thanks to artificial tendons, stabilizes and supports fingers throughout the game.

CLOSURE: Wrap-around wrist closure system with a longer palm for advanced ball control.

BEST FOR: Match play and advanced training. Imported.


En la antigua mitología griega, Cerbero era un perro de tres cabezas que cuidaba las puertas del inframundo. Y como tú, inspiraba miedo a sus oponentes. PALMA: Látex Supersoft de 6 mm con ondas flexibles. Tecnología Cerberus Bionik que imita la mano y tend

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