The glove with the backing of science

Designed by a leading orthopedic hand specialist, Bionic technology is totally unique in the marketplace. There is nothing like it. The difference is found in the design based on the anatomy of the hand and the science of ergonomics. Here are a few notable examples:

Bionic Glove Demo

Anatomical Relief Pad System

Relief Pad System Image

The anatomy

The hand has natural peaks and valleys determined by the bones in the hand. The high points of the bone rub against tools and equipment and cause blisters, calluses and hand fatigue.

The ergonomic solution

Strategically-placed pads on the glove eliminate the peaks and valleys and even the surface of the hand.

The advantage

Bionic improves grip strength, without the need to grip harder, and reduces hand fatigue. Plus, friction causing blisters and calluses is virtually eliminated.

Pre-Rotated Finger Design

Pre-Rotated Finger Design Image

The anatomy

Your fingers are “pre-rotated,” which means the forefinger and pinky rotate inward toward the center of your hand when grasping an object.

The ergonomic solution

Unlike conventional gloves, which are designed with a straight cut in the fingers, Bionic gloves feature a pre-rotated design that follows the natural motion of your fingers.

The advantage

Bionic is more comfortable, feeling like a “second skin,” and moves more naturally when gripping.

Web & Motion Zones

Web & Motion Zones Image

The anatomy

The hand features 14 phalanx bones and a large number of tendons and muscles. Combined, they allow for an intricate range of motion and dexterity.

The ergonomic solution

Made of stretchable and breathable Lycra material, Motion Zones are added over the knuckles and Web Zones are added between the fingers.

The advantage

Bionic provides greater flexibility and natural dexterity, while also helping keep hands cool and dry.