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MAXFIT with Thinglove allows the hands to 'breathe'
13
Aug '08
Everyone from industrial workers to delivery people - even gardeners and do-it-yourself home renovators - can appreciate a really comfortable work glove.

But most gloves are bulky, ill-fitting, uncomfortable and lack dexterity, grip and function. Consequently, they're off and you're forced to continue working without them, leaving your hands unprotected.

That's why O'Neill Innovations created MAXFIT with Thinglove construction, a revolutionary new category of work glove. Thinglove technology was developed to achieve the fundamental requirements for a glove's performance - the need for skin protection, comfort, dexterity and touch sensitivity.

"These gloves are unlike anything else on the retail market," said Michael O'Neill, President of O'Neill Innovations. "They are incredible products that provide an engineered solution to the need for a superior level of dexterity, function and comfort. You will forget you're wearing them!"

MAXFIT gloves' advanced proprietary technology offers a skin-friendly alternative that does not contain latex, nitrile or man-made rubber - materials known to cause allergic reactions in some people. They also draw away perspiration and allow the hands to "breathe".

Our coating gives MAXFIT gloves an excellent grip on smooth surfaces, including glass, boxes, furniture and more. The firm grip helps prevent injuries and reduces the likelihood of dropping items.

Thinglove technology's lightweight construction allows precise movement and control for performing even the most delicate tasks and enables the fingertips to maintain a level of touch sensitivity not possible with bulky gloves.

Of course, the proof is in the wearing. "We asked a Braille instructor from a local center for the blind to attempt to read Braille while wearing MAXFIT gloves.

The result was amazing!" said Mark Provenzano, Vice President of Sales.

O'Neill Innovations

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