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Technically Advanced

Reusch's Toruk G2 Ortho Tec gloves are stacked with technologies to improve your game. Ergonomic Support System (ESS) uses a pattern that puts fingers in a catching position. Shockshield full SG foam ProFlex zone keep the backhand sturdy and flexible. AirVentSystem keeps the hands cool and comfortable. Thumbflex notch and Pull Loop system ensure gloves stay in place during play.

PALM: G2 ultrasoft foam latex, a premier material that gives keeps great grip in wet and dry conditions. This memory foam is at its best when stopping hard and fast shots. Removable Ortho-Tec finger spines for hyperextension prevention.

CLOSURE: Wide elastic wrist bandage with full strap for better fit and control.

BEST FOR: Match play.


PALMA: Espuma de látex G2 que es ultra suave. Anillos Ortho-Tec en los dedos para evitar torceduras. Componente Thumbflex. Dorso Shockshield hecho completamente de espuma SG. Zona ProFlex en el dorso. Zonas Duraguard para hacer la palma más duradera. CIERR

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