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ELITE GLOVE

reusch's Waorani Deluxe Ortho-Tec glove is built with the advanced technology to keep a clean sheet come match time.

This extremely comfortable glove has a premium latex foam palm that is ergonomically shaped with flex points so that it can move a flex with your hands.

In the backhand there are removable, free-floating individual spines that offer protection against hyperextention.

The foam backhand has extra padding for punching power and breathable mesh inserts for ventilation. Stretch fabric further enhances fit and flex.

Expanded fingertips have grip treatment for added ball control and a rolled thumb extends the gripping surface.

CUT: Cual-rolled expanse cut ESS cut. New 3-D Thumb Crotch eliminates bothersome seams between the index finger and thumb.

FINGER SPINES: Removable Ortho-Tec finger spines.

BACKHAND: Foam backhand.

PALM: G2 Ultrasoft foam

CLOSURE: Wrap around wristband with two pull tab designs.

BEST FOR: Match play

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Los guantes Waorani Deluxe Ortho Tec de reusch vienen con doble corte expansivo enrollado, corte ESS y anillos en los dedos. Dorso de espuma con varas flotantes en los dedos para mayor estabilidad, flexibilidad y soporte. La tecnología 3-D Thumb Crotch eli

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