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Stopping Power

Keep the shutout secure with the Nike GK Premier SGT, featuring a tough foam layer to deflect the rockets that come your way and a high-tech grip surface for a mistake-free performance.

Nike GK Premier SGT 13 PALM: Laser-etched sipe grip technology for ultimate grip in all directions. Contact foam palm absorbs shot impact and enhances grip.

Pre-curved bio-align technology positions hands in catch-ready position and Nike touch tactile nodes for slip-free fit.

Mesh panel at back of hand for breathability.

Nike GK Premier SGT 13 CLOSURE: Wrap-around wrist for a secure fit.

Nike GK Premier SGT 13 BEST FOR: Match play.


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