Thoughts On Gamer Gloves EPG

Whether its PC and console gaming, sports, or life, there are those that play, and those that play to win. Gamers play to win.

For a gamer who enjoys high level play, nothing's more important than having grip: having a grip on the rules of the game, all the tricks and the most efficient strategies, and of course, having a grip on weapons of choice. There's a reason pro fighting game players bring their own arcade sticks to tourneys with them. There's a reason top rated marksmen and women have rifles custom made. Having a direct, tactile feedback with tools that are comfortable with is an important part of being a gamer, whether its gripping an Xbox controller or a hockey stick.

The right tool is half of that equation, and being able to use it properly is the other half.

Unfortunately, nothing gets palms sweating like intense play, nothing ruins performance quite like cold joints, and nothing, and nothing spoils gaming like poor grip. That's what Gamer Gloves are for.

It's about performance, and it's about confidence. Anyone who's ever played shooters at a competitive level or crashed a dirt bike thanks to sweaty palms can tell you that worrying about losing grip can be as harmful as actually losing it.

The thumb grip allows video gamers to make more precise movements, to be more in control of the game, while the gloves will keep hands warm whether mountain biking or coming in from the cold for a game on Xbox Live.

Gamer Gloves cannot make a pro out of a scrub. Most gamers know that nothing but the hard work of practice, dedication and sweat can do that, but for those who take their game seriously, Gamer Gloves is here to help.

Joey Hamburger