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The most elaborate OCR glove on the market.
Through our long experience and knowledge in the OCR we have made OMPU OCR & outdoor glove. Specially designed for sports and activities that require good grip and protection in various types of environments and weather.
The starting point is the OCR obstacle course racing. One obstacle sport that is challenging in a variety of harsh environments and climate.
The glove base is made of Airprene. Neoprene with air holes. The material makes it possible to keep the heat in wet and cold conditions but also breathe in some warmer conditions. Upper hand is equipped with mesh so that the glove breathes more, and drain water.
The glove has a unique grip surface that is well thought out and world unique. The surface is made of rubber for optimum grip. The rubber is cut open on the basis of anatomy of the hand to make the glove supple. We have also made deep patterns in a so called hexagon pattern for grip in all directions.
The pattern and how we have cut the rubber is important when the glove is wet and muddy.
The glove is tested by the ultimate elite of OCR and outdoor sports with comments like this glove is the best they have been used. They have been tested dry, wet and muddy plain lost OCR obstacles Gymnastic Rings, Monkeybar, rope climbing and water hazards.
Your imagination is really the obstacles on what glove can be used for outdoor activities and sports.
To manufacture a glove is very special.
Materials: The material should be water resistant and not be too heavy when the glove gets wet, yet also have the ability to retain heat during chilly conditions. A cold hand has been hard to grasp good. While drainage is a factor affecting. We use a form of the Neoprene as we have done with small air holes. We call it Airprene. We have also provided the top side with a mesh fabric that allows handsen breathe more and drained faster without conceding as clay.
Grip: The eternal struggle !! The glove must be smooth and tight (ie, not stretched and become "flaccid" when wet). Able to grip when wet, and above all muddy. It requires a rough pattern, and a material that grips. We use a special rubber that we have designed and cut for anatomy. Moreover, we have a pattern (hexagon) that gives a little "edge" in any direction giving the best possible grip in all directions and most obstructions.