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Technically advanced defense

Step your game up in Reusch's Keon Pro Duo Ortho-Tec gloves. Their optimal fit is due to the Ergonomic Support System, which puts your hands in prime catching position. Ortho-Tec spines are now fastened at the top of the fingers so they can float within the glove when a fist is made to punch the ball. This glove also has ProFlex (for flexibility, AirVentSystem (for ventilation) create a comfortable fit and rolled thumb construction.

PALM: reusch's Duo M1 Mega foam palm puts an additional layer of latex on the inside of the glove for excellent control and grip, and guarantees maximum shock absorption. Ergonomic Palm Embossing adds flexibility. Ortho-Tec finger and thumb spines can be removed via an innovative zipper.

CLOSURE: Latex wrist bandage is adjustable for a secure fit.

BEST FOR: Match play.


La palma de espuma Duo Mega de reusch coloca una capa adicional de látex al interior del guante para un control y agarre excelentes. Anillos intercambiables Ortho-Tec en los dedos y el pulgar con innovador cierre para retirarlos. Los anillos Ortho-Tec ahor

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