Most golfers are familiar with Bionic golf gloves; they are the padded gloves that were developed by a renowned orthopedic surgeon and have padding in all the right places. They may cost a little more, but since they can last up to three times longer than a standard Cabretta leather glove, they are worth the investment.
Bionic’s newest product is the StableGrip with Natural Fit Glove. It too features the three-dimensional finger pads and a tapered finger design that wearers of Bionic gloves have come to expect. This design conforms to the natural shape and contours of the hand’s anatomy and gives you a better, more comfortable grip.
Lycra gussets have been sewn into the finger webs, eliminating the leather that bunches up on a solid Cabretta leather glove. This gives the StableGrip with Natural Fit Glove a more broken-in fit and feel the moment you put it on and is perfect for golfers that suffer from arthritis in their hands or carpel tunnel syndrome.
The 12 anatomical pads in the Bionic StableGrip with Natural Fit Glove create a very unique “support system” and allow for both a lighter grip and better club control; the latter of which leads to increased swing speeds and greater distance. Confidence is everything in golf and with the improved grip of this glove, you gain confidence. No longer will the club twist at impact.
Along with the 12 anatomical pads, Dr. Kleinert also identified 12 ergonomic motion zones across the knuckles. By using a combination od Lycra and Cabretta leather in these areas, the company has created a custom fit that offers incredible flexibility.
The StableGrip with Natural Fit Glove is available in all sizes for men and women. As far as color selection, men can choose from black or white while women’s models are available in white, pink and all pink in support of breast cancer awareness. They retail for around $27 an are available at all major golf retailers and sporting goods stores.
For more information on Bionic’s StableGrip with Natural Fit Glove or any other Bionic products, visit their website at www.bionicgloves.com.