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Get a bonus pair of Rossano gloves FREE!

It's always good to have a back-up! Buy one pair of Lanzera's Marino gloves and score a pair Lanzera's Rossano (#47431) gloves pair for FREE!

Guard the net with this championship-level glove from Lanzera.

PALM: 4 mm black SuperSoft palm with a latex backhand for all-around grip. Extended palm enlarges the catching surface.

The Marino has five strong, yet flexible finger spines that are removable for customized support.

CLOSURE: Custom wrist strap.

BEST FOR: Match play.

NOTE: Free Rossano glove is package with the Marino gloves in the same size.

Lanzera Rossano

PALM: 3 mm latex palm for with a latex backhand. CLOSURE: Standard wrap around wrist strap. BEST FOR: Training.


Todo portero debe tener un par de guantes de repuesto a la mano. Por eso, al ordenar un par de guantes Marino de Lanzera recibirás GRATIS otro par de guantes Rossano (#47431). Protege tu portería con estos guantes de campeonato hechos por Lanzera. PALMA: L

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