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The Bionic Stable Grip Glove has outstanding design characteristics and great durability. The flexibility and the way the glove breathes will keep your hand from sweating and therefore keep the glove dry, which translates into a dry, firm grip on the club. Crafted from top quality cabretta leather, it will last up to 2-3 times longer than traditional leather golf gloves, so it’s a money saver too!
Bionic Stable Grip Glove Technology
The Bionic Stable Grip Glove is the only golf glove designed by an orthopedic hand surgeon. The result is outstanding. Anatomical relief pads help prevent the clubface from twisting at the moment of contact and increase swing speed which translates into improved accuracy and greater distance. Meanwhile, motion zones over the knuckles and web zones between the fingers promote natural movement and help hands ‘breathe’.
This Bionic Stable Grip Glove also features:
This Bionic Stable Grip Golf Glove also features:
Quality cabretta leather
Easy Velcro on/off fastening
Anatomical relief pads promote accuracy and distance
Bionic Stable Grip Glove Design
Anatomical relief pads designed by an orthopedic hand surgeon help prevent the clubface from twisting at the moment of contact and increase swing speed. This gives improved accuracy and greater distance. Then motion zones over the knuckles and web zones between the fingers promote natural movement and help hands ‘breathe’.
Bionic Care Guide
“Refrain from oversaturating your glove with moisture.
Perspiration or salt on the surface of your glove will cause it to break down. Don’t use your cabretta leather glove as a towel.
Air out your glove in between rounds.
After a game, wash the dirt and grit from your glove on a delicate cycle or by hand.
Never dry your glove with a drying machine. Air dry only.
Use leather conditioner after drying to maintain your glove’s flexibility.
If your glove becomes too stiff or uncomfortable – toss it! It’s time for a new glove.”