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PALM: Super sticky 6 m latex foam with extended wrist coverage for an incredible grip.

Equipped with Outlast technology, which keeps hands cool in hot weather and warm in cold weather.

Removable backbone finger protection spines help prevent hyperextension.

Palm is enhanced with Tuff Palm technology for extended durability in high contact areas.

Ventilator lining for moisture control. Rolled finger design. Mesh between fingers. Sweat wipe on the thumb.

CLOSURE: Soft bandage wrist with pull fit technology, which makes putting on the second glove as easy as the first. Double strap design for a secure fit.

BEST FOR: Match play.


PALMA: Espuma de látex de 6 mm súper pegajosa con cubierta hasta la muñeca para un agarre increíble. Vienen con la tecnología Outlast, que mantiene tus manos calientes cuando hace frío y frescas cuando hace calor. Protección removible en los dedos que prev

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