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What is in a glove?

June 1, 2016

The science behind the humble riding glove, is truly something to behold, long gone are the days when a glove merely protected soft skin from the cold, calluses and enhanced grip. Instead it has become instrumental in improving overall performance and in injury prevention for both professional and recreational riders alike. 

 

 

The new Trident glove offers a level of advancement beyond anticipation, and you when look at the  research, you can see that it goes far beyond comfort and cooling. After studying the soft gel padding on the palm of the glove, it is expected that this accessory will certainly improve riding comfort, but it is after long distances, that these gloves really come into their own. Immediately, as a rider you notice that the inconsistencies on the track, road vibrations or jolts are buffered, and over the course of a ride, physical freedom is vastly improved. In addition, nerve sensitivity and circulatory issues are addressed, diminishing the need to stretch and shake out numb extremities. These factors combine to improve comfort, endurance and in turn, performance. The most impressive aspect of these gloves, is the fact that there appears to be no compromise: the design is attractive, the comfort excellent and materials are a high quality. When it comes to replacing gloves, the Trident is certainly worth considering. Although the price is higher than some of the other options available, this is a great solution for anyone with hand and wrist sensitivity, or those who simply like to enjoy a comfortable journey!

 

After studying the soft gel padding on the palm of the glove, it is expected that this accessory will certainly improve riding comfort, but it is after long distances, that these gloves really come into their own. Immediately, as a rider you notice that the inconsistencies on the track, road vibrations or jolts are buffered, and over the course of a ride, physical freedom is vastly improved. In addition, nerve sensitivity and circulatory issues are addressed, diminishing the need to stretch and shake out numb extremities. These factors combine to improve comfort, endurance and in turn, performance. 

 

The most impressive aspect of these gloves, is the fact that there appears to be no compromise: the design is attractive, the comfort excellent and materials are a high quality. 


When it comes to replacing gloves, the Trident is certainly worth considering. Although the price is higher than some of the other options available, this is a great solution for anyone with hand and wrist sensitivity, or those who simply like to enjoy a comfortable journey!

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