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Copper Tech
Men's Copper Infused Golf Glove

Provides support for muscle stiffness, soreness, and pain · Supports improved circulation in joint

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$21.95
For golfers who are right-handed, a glove is typically worn on the left hand. For golfers who are left handed, a glove is typically worn on the right hand. Some golfers may elect to wear gloves on both hands, but typically a glove is worn on the players non-dominate hand.



The men’s golf glove from Copper Tech is designed to make your hand feel better when you’re swinging on the course. Compression helps boost circulation, which can ease aches and muscle fatigue and the copper infused in the material is thought to relieve joint pain. A non-slip extra-grippy silicone grip means needing less tension to grip your club and form flex technology gives you a custom-fit feeling.

  • Please refer to the size chart to find the proper size glove for you
  • Glove helps prevent strain and fatigue by keeping muscles and joints warm
  • Compression supports improved circulation and oxygenation of working muscles and joints
  • Features non-slip durable diamond grip that allows golfers to grip club with less tension
  • Wicks sweat away from the hands to prevent chafing, rashes, and odor
  • Please note: Right handed golfers need a left hand glove and vice versa
  • Made in Indonesia

Includes:

One glove

Dimensions:

Regular: 8.5" x 3.9" x 0.3"; XL: 8.9" x 4.1" x 0.3"

Weight:

0.3 lb

Materials:

Copper-infused nylon, spandex, polyester

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