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STX Men's Assault Lacrosse Gloves

$179.99
STX Men's Assault Lacrosse Gloves - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • 13 IN
  • 12 IN.

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Product Information:

You've never experienced protection like this before. STX ® Men's Assault Lacrosse Gloves are built to stand up to your toughest opponents in the most aggressive match-ups. High-Def  Polymer and impact ribs for fingers and wrists ensure that you're protected. A five-part knuckle design and four-part split thumb allow for maximum flexibility.
FEATURES:

  • Built with High-Def ™ Polymer for lightweight protection
  • Five-part knuckle design and four-part split thumb for increased hand and finger flexibility
  • Four-part cuff for maximum wrist mobility
  • New moisture-wicking inner liner for unmatched comfort
  • Direct inject impact ribs for increased slash protection on fingers, back of hand and wrist
  • Newly designed palm offers the optimal combination of breathability, feel and grip
  • Model: GEASLF13BK
  • STX
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 10886929

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Gloves - - - not bulky. They are really comfortable, flexable not bulky yet protect well. Good air flow so your hands don't get too hot. One son picked them out and the other son wanted them too. They usually won't do matchy matchy stuff. There ends up being an argument of I got it first or I saw it first. But they both really liked the gloves that they talked about and came to the conclusion that it would be okay to have the same gloves. Wouldn't change a thing about the glove itself, just maybe the price. Still cheaper than a trip to the ER though. March 16, 2012
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