Our team realized that our patented finger separation technology, which reduces hand tension and fatigue needed to be licensed sports and non-sports industries in order to expand our distribution in the larger and expanding global glove marketplace.
Woodland Hills, CA (PRWEB) October 07, 2013
Revolutionary Patented Gloves by LeviTee, featuring Finger Separation Technology, significantly reduces hand tension and fatigue, seeks distribution and licensing partnerships. (US Patent #8,291,517) LeviTee Gloves is seeking distributors and licensing partnerships, expanding its reach into the global glove marketplaces in industries such as sports (baseball, softball, football, golf, cycling, motox), driving, gardening, safety, labor and workman gloves.
“Our team realized that our patented finger separation technology, which reduces hand tension and fatigue, needed to be licensed by sports and non-sports industries in order to expand our distribution in the larger and expanding global glove marketplace,” said LeviTee CEO, Corey Kasif. “Our team saw by our work and research with avid golfers from around the world that the reduction of hand tension and fatigue was a revolutionary and important achievement in the sport; and could significantly impact many other major sport and non-sport industries. Because of this finding, the USGA has recognized our glove as an approved glove for competitive play under rule 14-3.”
The technology was originally designed to reduce grip tension for golfers to increase clubhead speed, reduce hand, arm and shoulder tension and increase feel. It accomplishes all of these goals. However, as more users share their experiences with the glove; it is becoming clear that the glove has numerous opportunities beyond the game of golf. LeviTee Gloves continues to experiment with various applications where hand fatigue is an issue and it is proving to have universal applications.
Here are some reviews:
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LeviTee Golf Gloves, when used, is said to help reduce grip pressure. A looser grip will promote a quicker club head speed and that should result in more distance, said Bill Corner.
Ready for a new golf glove that will help improve a player's overall game?This golf review on a golf glove that will help eliminate those sore forearms after a round of death gripping a players golf clubs said BunkerParadise.com.
Golfers were really surprised what a difference these gloves made in the way the clubs felt in our hands. After all the analysis and countless hours of practice golf is all about feel, said OrlandosBestGolf.com
The six pads of the LeviTee glove serve the purpose of forcing the fingers apart in a gentle fashion. The company seeks to avoid the “death grip,” said BuffaloGolfer.com.
The first thing players noticed about the LeviTee glove was that they were very comfortable. In fact, they are the most comfortable gloves golfers have ever donned. The tour quality cabretta leather seemed to be thicker than gloves golfers have used in the past. Most importantly, however, is that they felt warm. They were warm even compared to the Fila and Taylor Made 32 degree winter gloves that have been being using, said SeniorFriendlyGolf.com.
When a golfer first put the Levitee glove on, it felt rather strange. But after playing most of a round with it, golfers should notice that the ache that often grows in the ring and small fingers of my left hand was not bothering me as much as usual. Sometimes, that pain had been so bad that my hand ached for days after a round. The Levitee, to my surprise (and delight), appears to lessen it considerably, said TravelGolf.com.
Just got done practicing and wore the glove the whole time!!! Not only does it reduce my grip pressure but the pad on my index finger forces the club into the correct spot in my right hand! BTW I presented today to the golfing body and had to talk about grip pressure...guess who got a plug in the presentation! LeviTee Golf Glove! great product and ingenious design! said GolfBalled.com.
Gripping the club too hard produces lots of tension in the golf swing. As instructors have long advised, golfers should hold the club like a little bird—strong enough that it doesn't fly away, but light enough that they don't crush it, said GolfTipsMag.com.
Sam Snead used to say that one should hold a golf club as though they were holding a bird -- tight enough to keep it from escaping, but not too tight that might injure it. The LeviTee golf glove will help alleviate the death grip that too many novices and other amateurs apply to a club said GolfDigest.com.
The company’s patent-pending golf glove design helps players find the ideal grip pressure. The glove is designed with foam pads between the fingers, which train proper grip pressure, said the GolfTalkLounge.com.
Do a players forearms look like Popeye's after a day of golf? A new glove aims to lighten a grip with special pads stitched between the fingers, said TheSandTrap.com.
The new LeviTee golf glove design, which is targeted toward those players who tend to over-grip their clubs, was unveiled today at the 2011 PGA Expo in Las Vegas. The addition of foam pads inserted between the fingers of the gloves promises up to a 30 percent reduction in grip pressure, said ParStar.com.
I have stressed it many times before but one of the most important aspects of golf is comfort. The game of golf is hard enough when feeling great, so trying to perfect a swing when you're uncomfortable is nearly impossible, said BunkersParadise.com.
LeviTee Gloves is currently seeking licensing and distribution partners capable of leveraging the Finger Separation Technology to the broadest audience of users. Interested parties should contact LeviTee CEO Corey Kasif at Corey(at)GetTheGlove(dot)com or by calling 310-746-7075.
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