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A three step system to improve goalkeeper glove performance and durability.

Comes with a 120 mL bottle of Gloveglu Wash & Prepare,

a 120 mL bottle of glovefresh, and a 120 mL bottle of gloveglu.

Gloveglu Wash & Prepare enhances the performance and durability of the latex palm. It removes dirt using a DirTECH formula which lifts dirt particles away from the latex, improves the surface, and prepares the gloves for enhanced play and a

longer glove life.

Gloveglu enhances your glove's grip in all conditions with one quick spray.

Glovefresh keeps gloves smelling fresh and odor free. Antibacterial. Unlike a perfume-based spray, that simply masks a smell, Glovefresh works directly on the odor producing bacteria eliminating them and the unpleasant smell.


Mejora el rendimiento y durabilidad de tus guantes para portero con este sistema que incluye: una botella de 120 ml de Gloveglu Wash & Prepare, una botella de 120 ml de glovefresh y una botella de 120 ml de gloveglu. Gloveglu Wash & Prepare es un tratamien

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