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Reebok Larceny L7 Goalie Catch Glove

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Description

POCKET

Large deep-contoured catching surface.

FINGERS

Articulating hand and finger protection for game ready fit.

WEBBING

Reinforced single T for solid glove closure.

ADJUSTMENT

Finger, hand and wrist adjustments.

Item can be returned for store credit within 14 Days of delivery.

Limited Returns

Items that are purchased under our Limited Return Policy may be exchanged or returned for store credit within 14 days of delivery. Items that are being returned must be in new and unused condition. Additionally all original boxes, bags, packaging and literature must be in new condition and included with the returned product. Consumable products (sports nutrition) may not be returned if the seal has been broken. Please make sure the items you wish to return meet these criteria prior to proceeding. Other restrictions may apply.

Sizing Chart

Goalie catch gloves and blockers should fit comfortably. There should be no restriction between the chest protector and the glove/blocker in order to provide a protective fit. Simply find your height and age in the chart below to find your needed size. Height should take priority over age should they not align.

Size Height Age
Youth 3'0" - 3'11" 3 - 6
Junior 4'0" - 4'11" 7 - 12
Intermediate 5'0" - 5'5" 12 - 14
Senior 5'6"+ 14+

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