LeviTee Gloves Launches Licensing Program for Their Patented Finger Separation Technology to Fit Sport and Non-Sport Applications to Reduce Hand Tension and Fatigue

LeviTee Gloves, for the first time is opening its revolutionary patented glove technology to qualified licensees worldwide who are looking to enhance their users experience in diverse activities such as golf, baseball, softball, cycling, driving, gardening, MotoX, workman gloves and many others.

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“Our revolutionary Finger Separation Technology has been an explosive hit with sports and non sport enthusiasts across the board,” says LeviTee CEO, Corey Kasif.

Woodland Hills, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2013

LeviTee Gloves launches licensing program for their patented Finger Separation Technology (US Patent #8,291,517). The technology is built into the glove to provide users a comfortable experience that increases user performance in a multitude of platforms. The company is looking to engage partners in the fields of golf, baseball, softball, cycling, driving, gardening, MotoX, workman gloves and many others.

“Our revolutionary Finger Separation Technology has been an explosive hit with sports and non sport enthusiasts across the board,” says LeviTee CEO, Corey Kasif. “Where we designed the glove with the intent of reducing hand tension for golfers, we soon discovered from our golf glove wearers who suffer from arthritis; that they were able to play the game without hand pain during the round or after the round. Because of this, the USGA has recognized our glove as an approved glove for competitive play under rule 14-3.”

Deb Richard, five-time winner on the LPGA tour and member of the 1992 Solheim Cup, wishes the LeviTee Glove was available during her 20 year LPGA golf career. “Had the LeviTee Golf Glove been around during my competitive days, I know I would have benefited greatly. My tension level is so low when I am wearing the glove and it helps me produce consistent control of my shots. I love sharing the glove with users of all ages and talent to see their shocked reactions when they hit these amazing shots for the first time. Creating converts is easy!”

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.

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.

Visit http://www.GetTheGlove.com for more information.