Pro-Tec Compound Gloves

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The Compound glove takes wrist support and hand protection to the next level. The main feature is an integrated wrist support system with hook-and-loop adjustments to custom-tune the fit and support needed. Terry thumb panels, air mesh, and corded nylon body keep airflow and durability a top priority while the Lycra stretch panels keep the glove form-fitting.

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