Max Tack Pickleball Glove

Product Description

The Max Tack Gloves were designed by the masterminds at Viking Sports, a highly-esteemed company in the tennis world. You can have peace of mind knowing that this company knows exactly what they are doing with racquet sports. These gloves perform great in cold weather, keeping your fingers nice and toasty. They also have a quite useful grip feature with a slightly-tacky design running from the palm all the way up the fingers. This dramatically increases the ease of keeping a paddle in your hand without fear of slipping. 

The Max Tack Gloves feature a slightly stretchy knitted backing, which was stitched in four ways. Your hand remains warm and cozy thanks to foam insulation. Underneath the tacky design lies high-quality black suede material. The glove’s elastic wristbands ensure that it will not slide off during play and also increases its comfort. They are washable in cold water with an extremely non-intrusive detergent, and should be line dried. Because of the sensitive nature of this material, do not let the gloves touch snow or tough chemicals. 

The Max Tack Gloves are great for all-around play.

Available in S, M, L, XL. Wash in cold water with a very mild detergent and air dry.  Avoid contact with snow or ice melting compounds.

$ 34.99

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