FP+T- Removable FINGER+ THUMB Protection
INTERNAL GRIP- Internal Silicone Palm secures hand in place
LATEX - Turf Approved German 4mm FLURO Contact Grip
PALM - Hybrid (Roll/Flat/Expanse) 3 in 1 Palm Cut
WRIST- Latex Wrist Strap
BACKHAND - Soft Composite with 3 Flex Points
FIT- Precise to more Snug Fit Design
The Spyder X Daytona Features Wide Internal Anti-Slip Grip, Wrap over Finger Tips for control while tipping the ball, 4mm German Fluro Contact All Weather Latex, Finger and Thumb saves and is built for durability and match play.
Weather: This glove is an All-Weather glove- this latex must be damp for best results (keep a water bottle with you on a dry day), it performs best when slightly damp. It is made for Wet and Dry conditions, however remember to wet it in order to activate the chemicals on the latex.
Grip: This glove features 4mm All-Weather German Fluro Contact Latex. It is excellent in any condition and will require slight wetting of the glove in dry conditions for optimal performance. The inside of the glove has Wide Strip Dynamic Grip, which when warm adheres to your hand to help prevent the glove from moving or shifting.
Design: This Glove is a Hybrid cut, featuring Roll Finger Index and Pinky Fingers with Flat middle fingers. The Glove is designed to sit higher on the wrist while having a disconnected thumb for maximum flexibility. Spyder X has a large percentage of the backhand with Mesh in key places for increased flexibility making this One of our Most flexible gloves we have ever created!
Wrist: Latex wrist strap with double velcro, with Glove ID box to allow you to add Glove Personalization.
Backhand: 3mm Composite any weather backhand with flexibility break points throughout the backhand, also large areas of mesh to create a very lightweight feel to the glove.
Finger Protection: Featuring Guardian Finger and Thumb Protection with a removable pocket to take them out if you do not need them!
Fit:The Spyder X is a snugger fitting glove. It surrounds the hand while providing increased flexibility due to the Mesh in key areas of the backhand.