Sold By The Pair
Sizes Available for Adult & Youth Hands
Available In Black Camo & White Camo Designs
Specifically Designed For Cold Weather Conditions. While You Quickly Feel The Cold In Your Finger-Tips With Regular Batting Gloves, These Gloves Prevent That Feel.
Glove Is Built With A Fleece Insert Made To Maximize Warmth & Comfort
Digital Leather Palm Material Allows For Superior Grip & Durability
Dexterous Design Should Allow For Excellent Movement Of Fingers
Great To Consider For Use If You Are A Coach -Or- Pitcher Who May Sit In A Cold Dugout Or Bullpen For Extended Periods Of Time
Frost Gear is here to cure the epidemic that annually affects baseball players in winter and early spring...cold hands!
Fight back against those cold hands with Frost Gear's Polar Flex Batting Gloves! These gloves sold by the pair and designed for use in the batter's box. And while other batting gloves allow your fingertips to get cold while gripping the bat, the Polar Flex gloves will prevent that cold! Due to the proprietary fleece insert your hands will stay warm! But definitely note that these gloves have a tacky Digital Leather Palm + a Dexterous Design that will ensure you perform your best at the plate!
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About the Brand
In 2016, a group of college students banded together to cure one of the scourges of winter and early spring baseball...cold hands. Specifically, they wanted to provide a remedy for the painstaking task of gripping and throwing baseballs in chilly temperatures. Being ballplayers themselves, they knew the perils of not only gripping a cold (and possibly wet) baseball but also the difficulty in trying to throw that same baseball accurately!
The students dove into the research and development of this glove intended for a player's throwing hand. They eventually came out of the research & development with a finished glove product. Frost Gear was officially born.
Their glove was built from a synthetic material similar to what is used to make a wet suit. And to make things even better, this material was inclined to improve one's grip on cowhide (the leather used for a baseball) at the molecular level. The glove was made and then tested by collegiate and professional baseball players alike. All were in agreement that in cold weather, this throwing glove kept the hand warm and allowed them to grip a baseball effectively.
The founders of Frost Gear have continued to develop the product line and now their offerings include items such as batting gloves & cold weather clothing for baseball training and competition! To this day, Frost Gear is actively "re-thinking cold weather baseball" and how they might be able to improve player performance in spite of winter and early spring conditions.
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