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Bionic unveils new RelaxGrip caramel palm golf glove
02
Nov '13
Bionic Gloves is providing style and comfort with the new RelaxGrip caramel palm glove. It's a stylish update to female golfers' equipment while also giving them the patented and performance-enhancing Bionic technology they've come to love.

"Golfers who try Bionic gloves quickly become loyalists because of the benefits of our performance-enhancing technology," said director of marketing Cheryl Fink. "Female golfers also like to be stylish. Our new RelaxGrip caramel palm glove gives them a fashion option beyond other brands' standard pink and white gloves that they can coordinate with any outfit while also getting the performance advantage of Bionic technology. "

The Bionic RelaxGrip model provides a better grip and more comfort and durability than a standard premium leather glove. Its patented pad technology makes it 2X more durable, and it also retains gripping power over a longer period of time. The leather palm, synthetic back and strategically placed pad system in areas prone to wear and tear enhance the longevity of the glove.

The new RelaxGrip glove with a caramel palm has all the same features as the original white palm model, equipped with a patented pad system that evens out the surface of the hand for a lighter, more relaxed grip on the golf club. A double-row finger-grip system also acts to promote a lighter, more stable grip, and the pre-rotated finger design complements the natural closure of the hand and helps reduce fatigue. The glove features Lycra motion and web zone gussets to provide a better range of motion and a more comfortable fit.

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