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Get to GRIPPP with HIRZL gloves

February 23, 2014

Swiss glove specialist HIRZL is set to launch into the UK market with its unique range of golf gloves that deliver incredible grip in dry weather and even more grip in the wet.



With its focus solely on providing the best connection between a golfer and their clubs, HIRZL has developed unique technologies that enable the golfer to swing confidently with the lightest of grips, whatever the weather.

Underpinning HIRZL’s glove performance is its trademarked GRIPPP technology. Extensively tanned Kangaroo leather is combined with a 45 degree, pre-curved finger system and a stretch membrane that prevents bunching in the fingers and provides the perfect fit. The resulting traction that can be gained from a HIRZL glove is incredible in the dry, only to be surpassed when the glove gets wet.

Matching the quality of the connection provided by the HIRZL range is its durability with the tanned Kangaroo leather in HIRZL gloves wearing significantly slower than standard gloves. This, combined with the fact that golfers will no longer need a wet weather golf glove, means that Hirzl provides great value for money as well as premium performance.

The first gloves that HIRZL will introduce to the UK market are the HIRZL Trust Control (SRP: £24.99) and the HIRZL Trust Feel (SRP: £24.99). The Trust Control combines GRIPPP technology with a structured leather palm that offers the ultimate in control with the lightest of grips. The Trust Feel offers the same performance benefits as the Control but with a smooth, thinner palm for increased shot feedback as preferred by many lower handicap players.

With these two gloves leading the way for the HIRZL range, golfers have access to golf gloves that offer genuine performance benefits, perform the function of two sets of gloves and last longer than a standard glove. With qualities like these golfers will be asking themselves why it’s taken them so long to get a GRIPPP.

www.hirzl.com

 





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