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Technically advanced defense

The Keon Deluxe G1 Ortho-Tec glove from Reusch was designed for flexibility, durability and a world-class grip that's as unyielding as you are. Ortho-Tec finger and thumb spines can be removed with an innovative zipper, and are fastened at the top of the fingers so they can float within the glove when a fist is made to punch the ball. AirVent System creates a comfortable fit, DuraGuard maintains glove's durability. This glove is shaped in the catching position so you are always ready and doesn't need much time to be broken in.

PALM: G1 Ultrasoft foam with catch control technology, a memory foam that absorbs the ball's speed and creates a quick mold in the palm on impact. The latex palm offers pure grip and maximum ball control with ProFlex technology.

CLOSURE: Adjustable wrist strap for a secure fit.

BEST FOR: Match play.


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